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 //
R + (pronounced R Plus) is a bit of a mystery to us. There’s not a lot of information out there as yet, and a very limited media profile. However, you’ll agree there’s something very special about the song, and those vocals.
You don’t often come across deliriously dissonant disco like Zem’s Everyday very often. That is a positive thing in some ways as it might take away from the refreshing blend of innocence and heartache on display here.
Brazilian duo Aldo, aka siblings Andre and Mura Faria, say that their new track Papermaze was inspired by their lives in their home town of Sao Paolo. It must be one psychedelic and creative place, judging by the accompanying video!
Palm Springs sees Los Angeles’ indie-pop musician Ariel Beesley team up with Justin Warfield from She Wants Revenge on production duties. You can hear his influence for sure, but the sound is all Beesley!
Sydneysider Hollie Col recently had a sold-out Australian tour of her own earlier this year, adding to performances with The Rubens, Kodaline and Dan Sultan. Her blend of confessional lyrics and pop hooks works well with those acts, as you can hear on Unholy.
Coming from very different musical backgrounds, Australian trio Forrest Run (Hip-hop producer Judah, electro-folk instrumentalist Jayke, and indie pop vocalist Ayla) manage to make that work to their advantage in the eclectic and electric Summer.
Amyl and The Sniffers are one of the most exciting bands on the planet right now, with the Australian’s raucous brand of pub-fuelled agit-punk striking a very apt tone in these fractured times. Get a load of the video for Some Mutts (Can’t Be Muzzled) for a flavour of what the commotion is all about.
Hailing from Laois in the Irish midlands, Host calls herself ‘musician by day, musician by night’. On hearing Crying for Days your first reaction is to believe she really is living her life through her art. Check out the video for the track to find out more.
We bought tickets for Drab Majesty’s Manchester gig as soon as it was announced, and were quite lucky to get them. As a cult band that hovers around but ultimately avoids the mainstream, their popularity is very much on their own terms, as you can tell from Out of Sequence.
The Pagans Shepherds of Humanity aka ‘The Pagans’ are a four-piece band hailing from West Bromwich, England. Formed in July 2016, they describe themselves as being on a’ Pagan voyage’, fusing elements of hip hop/punk/funk/jazz/metal/reggae to create their own unique sound. On the back of their recent Pagan Pilgrimage single, they’re bring their music to Manchester on July 16th as part of Manchester International Festival, so what better time to catch up with the band? Want to find out more? Then read on.