Led by Tame Impala’s bassist Nick Allbrook, the psych-rock group’s eighth release Tasmania was produced by former bandmate Kevin Parker and offers pop melodies over lyrics inspired by the future apocalyptic weather conditions.
Working with Car Seat Headrest’s Will Toledo on her latest album Midnight, the Detroit native blends garage pop and alt-rock and sees her vocals pushed to the forefront, delivering catharsis with an assertion that reflects her confidence as a musician.
After more than a decade since their Mercury Prize nomination, the band continue their beautiful, cinematic and sometimes haunting sounds by drawing on jazz, lush electronica, ambient and classical on new album Memory Streams.
The purveyors of melancholic indie with melodic guitars and forlorn vocals tour in support of new album Life After; a ‘manual to moving on’ with a suitably sombre atmosphere.
Hailing from London via Northern Ireland, the sound of this five-piece is more reminiscent of sunny climates with their gentle, jangly guitars and dreamy vocals that evoke nostalgia.
Blurring the lines between indie, pop and electronic music, the group’s sixth release Metronomy Forever maintains their playful sound through an uncontrollably catchy synergy between synths and guitars.
Having spent the last 40 years being at the forefront of experimental and alternative music, the former Sonic Youth vocalist and guitarist plays a solo matinee show and later performs his new record Spirit Council (separate tickets are needed).
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