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 //
Mari Sianio takes elements of electronic and classical music and merges them into a style that is both relaxing and cinematic, as you can hear on her recently released Mountains.
Houston’s Ruiners take inspiration from the punk and post-punk genres, but there’s also an edgy, arty and political side to their sound as you can hear on Outside. Check out the video for the song below.
Some may remember Lose Sight, the wonderful collaboration Andrew Bayer did with Ane Brun back in 2013. Well, the two reunite on his new album with the bittersweet track Your Eyes.
Portuguese alt electro-rock quartet ARY refine their high-octane fusion of rock and club beats on their latest single Dead To Me – check out the accompanying video for the single below.
Los Angeles based dark pop artists Zosia handles a very personal and delicate issue with dignity and sensitivity on the sweeping, weeping ballad that is Overthrown – check out the video below. The content may be upsetting to some.
Hailing from Lyon, French producer Yann Sella has produced a moody and majestic four minutes of ambient pop with Turning Circles – a track that sees him team up with Manchester Rain.
Sweden’s Be The Bear brings a delightfully fresh and vibrant feel to indie pop with her new single I Don’t Want To – check out this slice of perfect pop below.
Circuit3 (aka Peter Fitzpatrick) says his music in primarily influenced by the classic era of British synthpop, circa 1978-82. Moody synths and sharp but emotive lyrics perfectly evoke the era’s rewriting of the rules of what popular music was, and could be, without sounding stuck in the past. Add in a bit of sociology, psychology and some personal observations and you get his most recent album Siliconchipsuperstar. Want to find out more? Then read on!
Ever wonder what it would be like to have a feminist or female James Bond? Well, the new video for Novaa’s Club Paradise will give you a flavour of what that prospect could look like.
With a sound that is a perfect fit with bands like Saint Etienne and Stereolab, Manchester’s Whyte Horses take guitar pop to some rich and unexpected places with Never Took the Time.