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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 //

New Music: Flyinglow – Clockwork

Swedish electronica artist Flyinglow recently debuted Clockwork, the first single from his forthcoming self-titled album. The song draws inspiration from two very different strands of Swedish electronica as you can tell from the amazing improvised video clip that accompanies the track.

By |May 1st, 2017|

New Music: Starling – In The Dark

Left-field pop artist Starling caught our interest with her latest release In The Dark. It’s a challenging song, reflecting her experience of having a drink spiked. Starling’s voice has a rounded blues/soul quality to it, which works well with the chilled, gothic trip-hop ambience of the song.

By |April 30th, 2017|

New Music: Kan Wakan – Still Feathers

Not so long ago we featured Los Angeles producer Kan Wakan and his track Still Feathers. There’s now a beautiful video with some really cool 3D visual effects to accompany the song, which you can view below.

By |April 30th, 2017|

The Weekly Roundup 30.04.17

Work has got in the way of fun this week, but I did manage to catch one gig at least. I enjoyed it, even if I was one of the unknown quantities of any live audience: the person who is there to see the support band! We’ve all done it and when one of your favourite acts is in town opening for a band you’re not majorly into that’s not going to stop you going!  It’s important to recognise and respect others though – bands and fellow gig goers are there for a different reason to you and theirs is equally as valid. I did feel a slight twinge of guilt as I saw people standing outside hoping for last minute tickets to the sold out show though. But whatever my reasons for being there I followed the unwritten rules of being a support band fan; I stayed for the headliner, I listened to them, I listened to them with an open mind and I broadened my musical horizons a bit . Oh, and I had fun! And now, on with the show.

By |April 30th, 2017|

New Music: Frida Sundemo – It’s OK

Swedish singer and all round musical genius Frida Sundemo captured our hearts once again with her new track It’s OK. It has a sweeping ballad-style quality to it, with her trademarked sweet and vulnerable vocal style, lush strings and brooding synths. Simultaneously majestic and heart-tugging, it certainly gets the pulse racing. Check it out.

By |April 29th, 2017|

New Music: Kinobe – Firebird

Kinobe is a name that some may remember, but you’ll definitely know their most famous track Slip Into Something More Comfortable; a pioneering track which was one of the biggest chillout club hits of the early noughties. The London based band are back with some new material and the first track to be aired is Firebird.

By |April 28th, 2017|

New Music: Silent Riders – I See You

Copenhagen-based trio Silent Riders released their eponymous album not so long ago and have now dropped a video for one the strongest tracks on the album, I See You – check out the video below!

By |April 27th, 2017|

New Music: Moderns – Jarre

Jarre is the latest release from Los Angeles band MODERNS – featuring singer/lyricist Rosie Okumura and production maestro Christopher Fudurich.

By |April 24th, 2017|

The Weekly Roundup 23.04.17

Well that week has flown by! I celebrated surviving a festival weekend by going to a few gigs to keep my fix of live music topped up. Luckily work didn’t get in the way of getting to the gigs early, so I managed to catch the support bands. And then I got thinking; who would envy the lot of the opening act, especially on a big tour or sell out gig? They’ll obviously have their own fan base to get the tour slot, but it can be a tough proposition for them. Most people will be there to see the headline band and may turn up late, chill out in another part of the venue or (for me the greatest sin of all) stand right in front of the stage, chatting through the entire set! It’s all part of the downside of being a support band but obviously they do get to travel, have an opportunity to make new fans and see new places but it can still be hard for a band, as much as they love what they are doing. We will never will like every support band but it’s important to remember that they are part of the experience of going to a live event and for some people it’s an opportunity to see a band that otherwise might never come to their town or city. Oh, and bands members are people too, even the drummers so be nice!

By |April 23rd, 2017|

New Music: Das Mörtal feat. French Fox – Midnight Rendez-Vous

Das Mörtal is the project of Canadian producer Cristobal Cortes. Previously known as Elektro-boy, the Montreal native blends techno, alternative dance and synthwave on his latest single Midnight Rendez-Vous which features French Fox.

By |April 22nd, 2017|
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