Tigercub announce details of new album ‘As Blue As Indigo’ and share video for ‘Stop Beating On My Heart (Like a Bass Drum)’


Tigercub have made a welcome return with the announcement of second album ‘As Blue As Indigo’ (out via Blame Recordings on 18 June – pre-order here). Written over two years, the album was inspired by a video lecture frontman Jamie Stephen Hall watched that discussed how the notion of colour can be subjective, depending on…

Katy Kirby – ‘Cool Dry Place’ album review


Texas-based singer-songwriter Katy Kirby was born, raised and homeschooled by two ex-cheerleaders in small-town Texas and started singing in an evangelical church. Her new album, ‘Cool Dry Place’ (released via Keeled Scales), finds her dismantling her past: ‘I can hear myself fighting that deeply internalized impulse to make things that are super pleasant or approachable’.…

Claud – ‘Guard Down’


Claud, the first signing to Phoebe Bridgers’ Saddest Factory (a new label imprint with Dead Oceans), has shared the video for ‘Guard Down’ ahead of the release of new album ‘Super Monster’ on 12 February. Co-written with Cameron Hale and Mary Weitz, the emo-tinged pop song finds the singer-songwriter heading to New York City –…

Remember Sports – ‘Pinky Ring’


Philadelphia-based Remember Sports have shared the video for ‘Pinky Ring’, the opener of their upcoming fourth album ‘Like a Stone’ – released via Big Scary Monsters and Father/Daughter Records on 23 April. The record finds the band members trading instruments throughout, while the new single is a smart slice of indie-pop that would happily slot…

Walk Home Drunk – ‘Time Flies’ EP review


Signed to Hidden Bay Records, Walk Home Drunk is the name of Toulouse-based comic book artist and Docks guitarist Daniel Selig’s solo project. Written, recorded and produced over the course of several years, ‘Time Flies’ (order via Bandcamp) has a fitting title and a wide range of influences are incorporated into its mellow and mesmerising…