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 //
Atlanta based singer/songwriter Kinisi (aka Speros Kokenes) is back after six years with a new EP in the works, from which he’s released a taster in the form of Highly Motivated Slacker – check it out below.
With a personal background that includes Ethiopian, Senegalese and American heritage, it’s no surprise that Saba Abraha has rich, open, cultured and global sound. She made a real impression with 2016’s How Things Fly EP and following on from recent single Pathways that’s something that is sure to continue with new track Do’s & Dont’s.
As the 1970’s drew to a close, the by-then familiar sound of analogue synthesizers was starting to become accompanied by something new and a little strange. Join me, Matt Wild, as I explore some of the finest examples of 80s sampler-driven pop in my collection.
Now well into their second decade, Oi Va Voi still manage to delight and surprise fans and critics with their constant musical reinvention and freshness. Conceived in London, the sextet continues to break new ground, with the band’s triumphant new single Vanished World being a prime example.
We’re big fans of San Francisco based Steph Wells (better known as SUMif) and her fresh, fun take on electropop. Her prodigious creativity sees her release music on an almost monthly basis at present, with the latest instalment on a busy release schedule being the sublime Body.
With a life that has been lived out in two of the world’s most vibrant and often chaotic metropolises – London and Lagos – you might expect Tony Njoku’s sound to be gritty and urban. But his music is something else – beautiful, special and transcendent. Check out the Max Jedwab directed video for As We Danced below.
London based singer/songwriter/producer Sølv styles her music as ‘alternative ambient pop with a dark edge’, and that is a fair summation of her superior take on an RNB infused sound, as exemplified on All to You. Check out the self-directed 80s art house influenced video for the track below.
Music is an art form that revels in reinvention, fusion and demolishing boundaries. Scot Martha Hill delivers on that more eclectic side of things with her new track Spiders, which sees the Newcastle-based long-time musician releasing what is surprisingly her debut single alongside co-conspirator Ceitidh Mac.
As a warmup for her forthcoming EP, rising Australian singer Eliott has dropped a new single in the form of quiet stormer Calling. Collaborating with Jack Grace again, who co-wrote and produced the song, she’s displayed an assured, deft quality that belies her youth. You can check out the Maddy King directed video, which was filmed in a newly built greenhouse, below.
We recently featured For U by Sweden’s Uma E. Fernqvist and at the time we marvelled as the track’s sense of movement and life. The essence has been expertly and vividly captured in the video for the track, which you can check out below.