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Holding Patterns share ‘Centered at Zero’ ahead of ‘Endless’ album release


Holding Patterns (a band featuring members of previous Big Scary Monsters/Topshelf Records favourites Crash of Rhinos) have shared new single ‘Centered at Zero’ ahead of the release of their new album ‘Endless’ via Vested Interest Records on 17 May (pre-order here). With lyrics referencing extracts of American poet Emily Dickinson’s poem ‘I Saw No Way…

Port Noir Champagne stream

Port Noir – ‘Champagne’


Port Noir have shared new single ‘Champagne’ ahead of the release of new album ‘The New Routine’ (out on 10 May via InsideOutMusic – pre-order here) – and it’s one you’ll want to raise a glass to. The album marks a brave new sound for the Swedish alt-rockers and ‘Champagne’ gives a taster of what…

The Twilight Sad – ‘VTr’


  The Twilight Sad have unveiled another new song from their eagerly awaited fifth album ‘It Won/t Be Like This All the Time’ (out on 18 January on Rock Action Records). The band have described ‘VTr’ as one of the record’s ‘most important’ moments and you can hear this from the moment it kicks off…

Foxing Nearer My God album review

Foxing – ‘Nearer My God’ album review


Foxing’s third album, ‘Nearer My God’, has been three years in the making. It will be released ahead of a UK tour with Pianos Become the Teeth and an eagerly anticipated performance at this year’s ArcTanGent Festival. Produced by Chris Walla (Death Cab for Cutie) and Foxing’s own Eric Hudson, with help from Joe Reinhart,…

Joe Booley MOvements EP

Joe Booley – ‘Movements’ live in session


Joe Booley has streamed a video of a live performance of his recent release, ‘Movements’. This EP found Joe tackling important issues of heartbreak and anxiety and can be ordered from Beth Shalom Records here. The session shows what an accomplished performer Joe has become and how his heartfelt songs take on extra resonance in…

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Top 5 Influences: Toundra


Ahead of their fifth album ‘Vortex’ (out via Superball Music on 27 April), Alberto from instrumental Spanish post-/math-rockers Toundra talked us through five songs that have had an influence on him and his music.   Baroness – ‘Board Up The House‘ Pretty obvious one. I always saw Baroness as a band oriented to people who…