week 32 2018
Liverpudlian psych-pop pioneers The Vryll Society curate our playlist with the sounds that inspired their latest ethereal masterpiece, their debut album.
Meet Gently Tender, a reluctantly proclaimed indie-supergroup full of scrappy melancholy and psychedelic sensibilities from the ashes of Palma Violets.
San Fran tech start-up Audius have announced a blockchain-based streaming service that hopes to ensure artists are paid fairly from their music streams.
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.
Want to learn more about monetising digital content? Attend the next Westminster Media Forum seminar to explore next steps for online content, revenue models and value exchange.
'I like to be the underdog': Berlin-based musical polymath Jules Buckley on his leftfield New York-inspired Prom and why he's happy to be an outsider...
Following a mammoth release last month, effervescent pop-duo AYA have unveiled the official video for latest single Higher Love.
Bristol grunge outfit No Violet light a slow burning fuse and build to explosive crescendos of filthy guitars and hypnotic, exasperated vocals.
A recent study into the importance of music in youth culture has revealed that an overwhelming majority of the younger generation regard music to be an essential part of life.
'People are getting bored of soulless computer sounds - they want real life experiences and solid musicianship' Brownswood Recordings' Ruby Savage on where it's at in 2018...