Bleach Lab band Flood stream

Bleach Lab – ‘Flood’


Bleach Lab follow up ‘Never Be’ and Old Ways’ with new single ‘Flood’ – the final song to be released ahead of their debut EP ‘A Calm Sense of Surrounding (out on 19 March). Jenna Kyle says ”Flood’ is one long metaphor for being completely overwhelmed and overcome by someone and losing all sense of…

Squid – ‘Narrator’


Squid have announced details of their debut album ‘Bright Green Field’ (out on 7 May via Warp Records) and shared a video for its lead single ‘Narrator’. The eight-minute behometh of a song features guest vocals from Martha Skye Murphy, while its captivating video was directed by Felix Geen, who says ‘I had wanted to…

Vasudeva Skeletal Lightning

Vasudeva – ‘Generator’ album review


New Jersey trio Vasudeva release their new record ‘Generator’ via Skeletal Lightning on 10 April and it’s an album that sees the already genre-hopping instrumentalists delve into more new sounds than ever before – from their traditional post/math-rock sound to ambience and sounds that will get you dancing in your living room during these strange…

Floral This Year

Floral – ‘This Year’


Hailing from the San Francisco Bay area, math rock duo Floral have shared ‘This Year’ – their first new single in half a decade – ahead of the release of their new self-titled LP on 15 February (pre-order via Bandcamp here). Recorded and produced by Jack Shirley (Deafheaven, Jeff Rosenstock), ‘This Year’ is a twisting,…

The Appleseed Cast – ‘Time the Destroyer’


After almost five years away, The Appleseed Cast have returned with new single ‘Time the Destroyer’. It will appear on the emo legends’ new album ‘The Fleeting Light of Impermanence’ (out via Graveface Records on 28 June). There’s an experimental and industrial edge to the first half of the song, with its synthy stabs and…

Long Distance Calling

Long Distance Calling – ‘Out There’ video stream


Long Distance Calling have unveiled the video for ‘Out There’, the first song from their widely anticipated sixth album ‘Boundless’ (released on 2 February). It’s a 9-and-a-quarter-minute beast of a song that veers into so many different directions that bring to mind both Mogwai and Maybeshewill. It opens with huge-sounding walls of guitar and chunky…