Margaret Glaspy – ‘Killing What Keeps Us Alive’


Margaret Glaspy has shared the Alex Chaloff-directed video for ‘Killing What Keeps Us Alive’ and announced UK tour dates ahead of the release of new album ‘Devotion’ on 27 March (ATO Records). Her first record since 2016’s ‘Emotions and Math’, ‘Devotion’ is described as ‘a collection on 12 love songs, reflecting the phases of romance…

Strange Bones Napalm Uber Alles

Strange Bones – ‘Napalm Uber Alles’


Strange Bones have shared the video for ‘Napalm Uber Alles’ ahead of the release of new EP ‘Blitz Part 2’ on 28 February. Mixing big electronica beats with views on the state of the nation and ‘our relicance on algorithmic happiness’ (‘somebody turn the lights on!’ being yelled with raw intensity on more than one…

Torres – ‘Good Scare’


Torres has shared new single ‘Good Scare’ ahead of the release of new album ‘Silver Tongue’ (pre-order here) on 31 January and a run of tour dates across the UK and Europe. The single opens with art pop atmospherics drenched in electronica as Mackenzie Scott opens up about just how scary falling in love can…

Tomberlin ‘At Weddings’ album review


Released on 10 August via the ever-reliable Saddle Creek Records, Sarah-Beth Tomberlin’s debut album ‘At Weddings’ is one you’ll want to hold dear. It’s a transcendant and poignant record about learning to love oneself, even when everything seems to be caving in on you. The gentle folk of ‘Any Other Way’ opens the record with…

LUMP – ‘LUMP’ album review


Comprising of Laura Marling and Mike Lindsay of Tunng, LUMP release their debut album via the always-special Dead Oceans Records. The seven-song folktronica-infused album combines moog synths, spaced-out guitars, flutes and Laura’s special voice and has been influenced by everything from 20th century surrealism and absurdist poetry¬†to Mike’s time living and working as a producer…