Theon Cross at The New York Times


Theon Cross featured at The New York Times.

Most likely, you’ll go into a Sons of Kemet show looking forward to Shabaka Hutchings’s tenor saxophone, and you’ll leave buzzing about Theon Cross’s tuba.
— The New York Times

Fur at Wonderland


Fur - feature at Wonderland.

You’ve probably heard enough declarations of love today, but here’s one with a slight twist. Brighton newcomers FUR have concocted a visual love letter to their beloved hometown.
— Wonderland

Hajk at The 405


Hajk - favourite films feature at The 405.

From a Norwegian classic to the “brutal and humorous” Fargo, Hajk have some gems for you to check out this weekend.
— The 405

Theon Cross at Pitchfork


Theon Cross album ‘Fyah’ reviewed at Pitchfork.

A player in Shabaka Hutchings’ Sons of Kemet and a key figure in London’s vital jazz scene, Cross brings new energy to the tuba, an instrument long neglected in jazz and its offshoots.
— Pitchfork

Larry ‘Ratso’ Sloman at NME


Larry ‘Ratso’ Sloman ft. Nick Cave at NME.

Listen to ‘Our Lady Of Light’, Nick Cave’s new collaboration with New York author Larry ‘Ratso’ Sloman.

Sistertalk at DIY


Sistertalk debut single feature at DIY.

The sharp-dressed Londoners have today released debut single ‘Vitriol’.

Fontaines DC at NME


Fontaines D.C. debut album announced at NME.

Set for release on April 12, the debut album sees the Dublin punks on ferocious form after being included as one of NME’s 100 essential acts for 2019.

Theon Cross at NPR


Theon Cross - First Listen of album ‘Fyah’ at NPR.

Fyah is the first full-length album by Cross, featuring the same core trio that appeared on his 2015 EP, Aspirations.

Charly Bliss at The 405


Charly Bliss new single review at The 405.

Charly Bliss fully embrace their pop proclivities on ‘Capacity’, the first single from their new album.
— The 405

Guided By Voices at The Line Of Best Fit


Guided By Voices album review at The Line Of Best Fit.

Sounding as looming and gargantuan as its title, Zeppelin Over China gladly takes the opportunity to delve deep into frontman and rock scholar Robert Pollard’s long-held “four Ps” theory - the notion that the key pillars of rock and roll are pop, punk, prog and psychedelia.
— The Line Of Best Fit

Spielbergs at NPR Music


Spielbergs - ‘Albums You Need To Hear Now’ at NPR Music.

Spielbergs, a group from Oslo, Norway, that makes its US debut with a fantastic squeal of feedback on ‘This is Not the End’.
— NPR Music

Field Medic at The 405


Field Medic new album news at The 405.

Field Medic tackles crippling indecision on ‘henna tattoo’, the first single from his new album.
— The 405

Lene Lovich at BBC Radio 6 Music


Lene Lovich interview with Marc Riley on BBC Radio 6 Music.

She first gained attention in 1979 with the release of her hit single “Lucky Number”, which peaked at number 3 on the UK Singles Chart and made her a leading figure of the new wave music scene...
— BBC Radio 6 Music

Press Club at Kerrang!


Press Club - one of the bands you need to know in 2019 at Kerrang!

A splendidly punky quartet with lots of depth and heart.
— Kerrang!

Crows at The Line Of Best Fit


Crows announce debut record at The Line Of Best Fit.

London’s Crows have signed to Balley Records, run by IDLES’ Joe Talbot. To coincide with the signing they’ve also brought news of their long-awaited debut album, and the lead single “Chain of Being”.
— The Line Of Best Fit



FUR share new track ‘Him & Her’ at DIY.

Brighton indie-poppers FUR have shared another track from their upcoming self-titled EP.



IDLES talk about the Brit Award Nomination and more at NME.

IDLES frontman Joe Talbot has spoken of the “magical” and “fucking stunning” surprise of being nominated for a BRIT Award, as well as progress on their upcoming third album.