In 2005, The Delgados got fed up with being a band more respected than listened to and decided to put an end to a decade of bittersweet indie, of lyrical devastation, melodic preciosity and guitars that fought against angels. We understood the decision, but it hurt us to be left without the woven vocals of Emma Pollock and Alun Woodward, without those songs that were both painful and comforting. Fortunately for us, the quartet has decided to make a comeback and begin to reap the rewards of a cult following that has now put them where they deserve to be, at the top of the Glasgow music community.
Patrick Wolf is an English singer-songwriter from South London. Patrick utilises a wide variety of instruments in his music, most commonly the ukulele, piano and viola. He is known for combining electronic sampling with classical instruments and his loyal fanbase, the Wolfpack. Wolf’s styles range from Electronic Pop to Baroque Chamber music.
Back in November, Patrick Wolf returned with his first new music in a decade, a single called “Enter The Day,” which is set to appear on an EP called The Night Safari, arriving April 14. Today, Wolf is back with another song from the EP called “Nowhere Game.”
2019 saw Cub Sport undergo a transformation from local indie band to global pop powerhouse. With sell out dates across 4 continents, and a community and message that is impacting lives worldwide, the prolific independent Brisbane group are forging their own path to global acclaim. The energy around Cub Sport is fearless and captures the uniquely vulnerable writing and vocal delivery that saw the group reach new heights on their 2019, self-titled album Cub Sport.
Set for release on 7th April, they have announced their new album ‘Jesus At The Gay Bar’, sharing new single ‘Keep Me Safe’.
Steve Lacy is a guitarist, bassist, singer-songwriter, and record producer from Compton, California, the US, and his meteoric rise to stardom is the stuff of legend.
Lacy started making music from a young age, producing beats using his iPhone. He got more serious with music production when he met fellow band members of the band The Internet.
The singer-songwriter from Compton, California, produces alternative R&B and soul music laced with pop, funk, and indie rock. Steve Lacy’s first chart-topping solo hit, “Bad Habit,” was released in 2022 from his third studio album Gemini Rights.
Primarily a storyteller, MF Tomlinson negotiates styles as varied as acid folk, soul, alt country & chamber pop to create a singular presence. He achieves this genre fluidity with the help of a close-knit group of collaborators he calls “the MFs, because they’re all very talented motherfuckers.”
MF Tomlinson has shared new song ‘The End Of The Road’. The London based songwriter will release his new album early next year, with ‘We Are Still Wild Horses’ set to land on February 17th via PRAH Recordings.
Supergrass leader Gaz Coombes has a new solo album on the way called Turn The Car Around, which is out in January It’s the follow-up to 2018’s World’s Strongest Man, and he announced it in September with “Don’t Say It’s Over.” Coombes is back with another single, “Long Live The Strange,” which in a press release he says was inspired by going to see the English singer-songwriter Cavetown with his daughter in 2020.
Based around a swirling, art-rock groove, the elegantly constructed song sees Coombes recalling the heady first night he met his future wife. As a taster of the masterfully written and recorded songs contained within ‘Turn The Car Around’, it is a perfect reminder of exactly why Coombes remains one of the country’s most enduring and loved songwriters who continues to hone and develop this craft.
Since their debut album in 2015, Sŵnami (pronounced “tsunami”) has been bringing Welsh-language music to the mainstream without compromising their policy of writing and performing mostly in Welsh. Their blend of shimmering guitars, indie sensibilities, and pure pop melodies has been winning over fans and critics regardless of their understanding of the Welsh language. The band has recorded a BBC Maida Vale session and won the Welsh Language Album of the Year award.
“Paradis Disparu” is the latest single from Indie-pop group SŴNAMI, promsingin the first glimpse of the band’s long-awaited second album SŴNAMI which is set to be released this summer.