The AT Blog //
Our blog is curated by the AT team, with a select group of friends and music aficionados also contributing content. Driven by the same passions as the label, we aim to give some much-deserved publicity and promotion to music and artists that can otherwise go uncovered and indeed, undiscovered by the more mainstream, trend driven press.
For us, the blog is a platform to showcase and celebrate the creativity and vision of musicians, artists and bands that we love, whilst giving us another opportunity to support new or emerging bands and artists as much as possible.
We hope you find something you like.
Latest Posts //
Kamikaze Angel by Australian purveyor of avant-garde Industrial and ‘saddest girl in Australia’ Isserley is scary in all the right ways. Think Throbbing Gristle meets Myrkur and you’re in the right area musically, and yet …
Coming across liked a mood book of the greatest pop-rock sounds of the 80s and 90s, One by Natalie Lynn is an not-so-guilty pleasure for those that like their pop sullen yet fun.
The Sounds are one of the most high-profile, original and successful bands from Sweden and a cracking live band to boot. I saw them three times! Maja Ivarsson and Felix Rodriguez from that iconic band are now making music together as Crew of Me&You and whilst there’s hints of the Sounds in the mix, this is a very different, but very enjoyable beast.
The grit of Industrial Berlin meets a neon clad Tokyo on the seamless cultural fusion that is Amenouzume by SEMIOSIS. Check it out below.
Based in in Malmö, Sweden, Victor Öberg works as an urban planner and maybe that’s where the inspiration for Insula came from, as it’s a building term from Roman times.
Hailing from Galway in Ireland, Slyrydes (Mark Raftery – Guitar/Vocals, Eoin Reily – Bass, Mark Comer – Guitar/Vocals and Paul Clarke – Drums) formed as a side project in 2013, but it’s taken them until now to release music to a wider audience. You’ll not have heard much like their debut single Mental Health before.
Quickly following up on their stunning recent return to the fray with Erase, French duo Kap Bambino have served up another slice of divine dissonance on Forever. Catch the track, which is from the upcoming Dust, Fierce, Forever album, below.
When an artist decides to use a clever and creative concept for their video, there’s a danger the song can be overshadowed. But there’s no risk of that with the quietly powerful In a Phase from Brisbane’s Ebony Bowen-Saunders, better known as Aerborn. Check out the Jesse Bowen-Saunders (her brother) directed video below.
London based trio KYOTI is comprised of Ed Burgon (vocals), David Mabbott (keys/synths) and Benji Huntrods (drums). New single Restart The World is political pop with a twist, very catchy and very relevant to today’s cultural and political climate.
Uffie is back with a bang after years of silence with the excellent Tokyo Love Hotel album, from which the skewed dancehall of No Regrets is taken. Check the track out below.