ba14_noframe_rgb

Introducing: Boy Azooga

Over the past few years Heavenly Recordings have played host to the weirder and wonkier side of indie bands. King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Hooton Tennis Club and The Orielles all live among the Heavenly...
dom-robinson

Introducing: Dom Robinson

Dom Robinson’s definitely one to watch; BBC Radio 1 have already pegged him as a pretty exciting up and comer. So far the Leeds based lad has released 5 EPs, gigged in Europe and Japan but has even bigger ambit...
21586740_492066331169339_459185248010579849_o

Introducing: Fanshore

There's a lot of would be electronic producers knocking about these days. All over the world there's an army of Souncloud warriors making mixes in their grubby bedrooms, but Suffolk born lad Tyler Darrington,...
21319135_1057742614362138_3710686356801759246_o

Introducing: Superorganism

There's something endearing about a band who shroud themselves in mystery and intrigue. All you'll get when you search for art pop outfit Superorganism on social media is a statement that reads: "WE ARE SUPEROR...
Weirds

Introducing: Weirds

  A true testament to the statement 'more is more'- Weirds are a sludgy, voracious psych grunge four-piece armed with chaotic synths and scuzzy distortion . Their hometown of Leeds is built upon no-t...
brooders-lp

Introducing: Brooders

The Leeds scene is essentially built upon a good guitar-thrashing, and Brooders make no qualms about channelling that heritage. The trio label themselves purveyors of pysch grunge, kicking up dust clouds on the...
overcoats-2

Introducing: Overcoats

It's tried and tested fact now: NYC never disappoints. As Overcoats, Hannah Elion  and JJ Mitchell are the latest offering from the big city. Though they've got little material knocking about online, their debu...