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 //
Tunisian musician Emel (Emel Mathlouthi) gained world-wide recognition when her music provided a backdrop for the Tunisian Revolution, which lead her to perform at the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony in 2015. Since then she has not rested on her laurels, her fusion of Arabic sounds and left field electronica seeing her unique sound demolish cultural and musical boundaries, as you can hear on the subtly stirring Kaddesh.
Andy Harry formed electro-punk duo Cobra Man with his friend Sarah Rayne on the back of being asked to write a score for a skateboard video, which may in part explain their wild electro punk sound. Have a listen to their new single, the firey Toxic Planet.
Moscow Youth Cult (Jon Dix and Dan O’Donnell-Smith) are actually from London, but new track Hospice is sure to have a universal appeal due to its seamless ability to fuse anthemic rock with darker electronic tones.
Ohio is not known for its predilection for the dark side of music, but Child of Night are set to put that right with the release of Sirens from their recent What Remains EP.
Norwegian/English duo TGC (The Green Children) are best known for their single Dreamers, but the ambient euphoria of their latest release ECG is sure to surpass the former’s reception.
CYM is the most recent output from Irish singer/songwriter/producer Margaret O’Sullivan, better known as Femmepop.
Norwegian musician Featherfin (Knut B. Lindbjør) cites shoegaze, psychedelic music, krautrock, post punk and more as the main influences on his hazy contemplative sound. Check out the sunshine infused ambrosia that his new single, Keep on Walking.
Californians Chelsey and the Noise have received a great reception for their dark blend of noir electro and rock on their recent Blank Frames EP, which is no great surprise when you listen to one of the highlights, Depth Denying (Underwater).
Eliza Hull’s previous work has seen her music get featured on shows like Awkward, Teen Wolf and Saving Hope – on hearing Rewind you’ll understand why her intimate lyrics and soundscapes are in such demand.
Dallas trio Pleasure Crisis have self-released a new, eponymous album. Featuring nine tracks and one remix, one of the highlights for us is the aptly named Drive – check it out below!