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 //
Hot on the heels of her debut single Get Up, BIIANCO (multi-instrumentalist and producer, Gabby Bianco) has delivered wonderfully evocative if not erotic love sensation in the form of her new track, Rice Crispies.
Based in Denver, Colorado, electronic duo chitchat pithily described their music as ‘Electronic pop but like not gross pop.’ Want to know what that sounds like? Then watch the video for new song Right Here.
Queer Pittsburgh two-piece Dinosoul are Donny Donovan and Carolyn Hilliard, who take a brash, buzzy but intriguing and indvidiaulistic approach to post-punk. Watch the video for recent release Let Me Go below and you’ll find out what we mean.
London quartet The Hannah Barberas are Damien (guitar and vocals), Lucy (vocals), Doug (bass) and Matthew (drums and vocals). Their new track It’s Not Over for the Heartache echoes the C86 sound, but does something new with the genre.
Moon Panda are Californian Maddy Myers and Dane Gustav Moltke, who cite the likes of Portishead and Men I Trust as influences. That sonic duality is very much at the heart of On The Attack which comes from their Pastel Pools EP.
Electronic music with a 70s, sometimes Teutonic twist, Alice Hubble is the solo project of Alice Hubley (Mass Datura, Cosines, Arthur and Martha). She’s described her music as being the ‘product of one lady locked at home with her enormous collection of synthesisers’, and that description alone made us want to chat to her.
Los Angeles based David and Claire are spill tab, who cite acts such as Japanese House, Steve Lacy, and ELIZA as influences. The duo are on to their third release of 2019 with the dreamy exploration of mortality that is decompose.
As summer draws to a close we see the first single of the year from Los Angeles queer pop duo TWINKIDS. Eighteen feels like the perfect accompaniment to that time when the year becomes as much about looking back, as it does looking to the future.
American based duo SOFI TUKKER (Soph and Tuck) and known for their ‘four to the floor’ party anthems which often have a message in the lyrics. That’s something that is very much to the fore on new track Purple Hat.
It’s been a decade since New Zealander Miriam Clancy released her Magnetic album, but the wait for new music has been broken with considerable élan on The Sound.