Ahead of their set at Green Man Festival, meet Manchester magpies Whyte Horses, who take their songwriting cues from tropicalia, psychedelia, cosmic soundtracks and sixties era Laurel Canyon...
From Johannesburg to Doncaster. Genre-splicing polymath Skinny Pelembe has spent 2018 releasing a volley of gorgeously abstract trip-hop tunes.
Since fate brought them together at the tender age of 12 alt-pop duo ST.MARTiiNS have cracked the formula for intoxicating, contemporary, indie-dreamscapes.
Bristol grunge outfit No Violet light a slow burning fuse and build to explosive crescendos of filthy guitars and hypnotic, exasperated vocals.
Mercurial composer and pianist Electra Perivolaris may be a new name in the contemporary classical world, but she’s already been called out as a ‘star of the future’ by BBC Introducing...
After the demise of Palma Violets, new project Gently Tender emerges with scrappy, melancholic indie-punk energy underpinned by psychedelic sensibilities.
We caught up with sun drenched indie-pop duo KAWALA, masters of lush vocal harmonies and gorgeously hypnotic guitar licks.
Within the suitably bohemian surrounds of a warehouse space in Dalston, sisters AYA have mastered their sweeping, transcendent and cathartic style of pop.
With distinct spoken-word vocals and lush shoegaze guitars, Indie-art-rockers flirting. are on the warpath to ensure guitar music stays captivating.
Frost is French-Swedish sound artist Johanna Bramli (Imitation Electric Piano) and Steve Lewis (Fujiya & Miyagi). Dig their binary electronics and transcendental pop here...