Arborist’s third album ‘An Endless Sequence of Dead Zeros’ produced by Matthew E. White and featuring the house band of Spacebomb studio is out now to much critical acclaim including 4**** in MOJO (click on header to see more). Catch Arborist on his full band April-May 2023 tour.
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Arborist (aka Belfast native Mark McCambridge) returns with his third album 'An Endless Sequence of Dead Zeros' (21 April 2023, Kirkinriola Records), produced by Matthew E. White at Spacebomb Studio and featuring the Spacebomb house band.
Someone’s (aka composer, producer & visual artist Tessa Rose Jackson’s) cinematic psych-pop album ‘Owls’ is out now on Tiny Tiger Records, with glowing write-ups in Aesthetica, Electronic Sounds, Clash, The Arts Desk, The Forty-Five etc.
Fifteen Questions interview Dutch/British musician/visual artist SOMEONE (aka Tessa Rose Jackson) about her creative processes - from the imagery in her lyrics, the influence of film, her production work, and on having no rules when it comes to writing songs. Stream her debut album 'Shapeshifter' (out now on Tiny Tiger Records) and read the piece in full here.
Pepe Deluxé talk Music Radar through some of the weirdest instruments recorded on their new album ‘Phantom Cabinet Vol. 1’ (out now on Catskills Records), including a human skull drum, the world's largest cowbell and a synth made for group sex. Read the interview in full here.
SuepLord (aka Georgie Stott) from new band SUEP shares her 'Five Favorourites' with Get In Her Ears, a list of five songs and artists that have inspired her wonderfully quirky sound.
On the eve of Pepe Deluxé dropping their new masterpiece ‘Phantom Cabinet Vol 1,’ Bandcamp Daily go deep into the mind-blowing record feat. the world’s largest cowbell, Alexander Graham Bell’s human ear Phonautograph and a synth built for group sex (among a myriad of other world oddities).
SUEP, a indie-supergroup led by members of Porridge Radio and UK Top Model, premiered the video for their eccentric, playful debut single 'Domesticated Dream' via Clash here
Some wonderful reviews coming in for singulr, outsider folk artist Jinnwoo’s spellbinding and confessional second album ‘dreamcreatures’ (out now on Square Leg Records), including a review in The Guardian’s folk column here.
Roxanne de Bastion’s wonderful life-affirming new album ‘You & Me, We Are The Same’ (out now via Nomad Songs) received glowing reviews (below) including The Observer (readable via The Guardian website) who called it “an ambitions second outing."