Singles

Flatworms – ‘Melt the Arms’

Punk is back and punk is alive! LA-based trio Flatworms are making more noise and more mess than ever before. With their new single ‘Melt the Arms’, they take over the forgotten yet groovy garage rock and bring it on. The song grabs the...

Tom Rosenthal – ‘Lights Are On’

Tom Rosenthal’s music could be the soundtrack to anyone’s life. His collection of five albums and four EPs, spanning just five years, touches on every imaginable human emotion and stage of life. Recently though, Tom has been focusing on putting...

Part Time tease new album with second sultry single

Part Time, contender for the world’s most unsearchable band name, is the musical project of David Speck and has been quietly releasing their unhinged take on the sultrier sounds of the 1980s across the best part of this decade. This single follows...

Tyler, the Creator – ‘OKRA’

4/5 stars Tyler, the Creator has made the modern hip-hop scene his playground with his whacky lyricism and devil-may-care attitude. Despite being a departure from some of the soft, gorgeous melodies of Flower Boy (2017), his new single ‘OKRA’ is...

Courtney Barnett’s Nameless, Faceless

Rating: 3/5 Fresh off a triumphant collaboration with Kurt Vile on 2017’s Lotta Sea Lice, Aussie indie rocker Courtney Barnett returns with her first solo material since her 2015 debut album Sometimes I Sit and Think, Sometimes I Just Sit. This...

Nasari’s Afterglow

Edinburgh’s favourite shoegaze quartet have been constantly on the rise over the last two years since their 2016 formation, however, only recently have they released their anticipated debut single ‘Afterglow’. The four-minute cut manages to...

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