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 //
Brighton band Bloom have had their music described as being ‘synth/indie astral space pop’ and whilst that seems quite a mouthful, it’s a good summation of their catchy, left field sound. Watch the video for Ground – their current single and first burst of new music since 2016’s What Is Life.
Manchester’s prime purveyor of soulful synthpop Husk (Alfie Austin) is back with a new single that takes elements of the Scandinavian sounds of Xenomania and turns them in to something lush and relatable. Check out the delightfully decadent Could You Forgive Me and prepare to be led astray by Husk.
Benny Rose and Rich Neon from Ghosts of Eden describe Neon Arcadia as a ’passion project’, and that passion certainly comes through on Desire, which features Megan McDuffee.
With her new album I Bloom on the way, Mieko Shimizu has joined forces with singer William D Drake (The Cardiacs) and director Barry Gene Murphy on the stark but seductive Lazy Light.
Featuring on their most recent album The Pact, L.A. based Slothrust will be releasing the perfect Peach as a single on May 3rd – there’s a super cute Jason Lester directed video for the track out now however.
Hailing from the wilder reaches of Ireland’s west coast, From the Bogs of Aughiska are often labelled black metal, but that belies the complex and experimental leanings their music usually incorporates. Their third album Mineral Bearing Veins is a prime example of their uncompromising, unconventional but rewarding approach, with new single The Devil is An Irish Man a particular highlight of a fine release.
Hailing from the North East of the UK, SLEEPTAPE display an unerring ability to take elements of post-punk, alt rock and stadium anthems and meld them in to something personal yet rousing on the impressive Midnight.
A new name (they were previously known as Daemon & Airdrie) seems to have breathed new life in to Canadian husband/wife duo IRTH (Jesse Thom and Marley Iredale). Those familiar with their sound will notice and appreciate the broader musical palette on Wild Love.
Sheffield’s PUREST apply a punk aesthetic to shoegaze on their latest single Waste My Days, which comes from the EP of the same name. Check out the video below.
Whoami is the title track from the new album by Greek electronica producer SKAUSS. Shrouding themselves in mystery, they let their very fine music do the talking for them.