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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: Tenek – Imitation of Life

Superlative British electro band Tenek have launched a ‘Black Mirror’ style video on YouTube and Vimeo to accompany the release of their new EP Imitation of Life, and it’s well worth a watch.

By |November 22nd, 2016|

New Music: Steve Benjamins – Surrender

Indie pop musician and front man of Toronto-based band BamBoo, Steve Benjamins  has been making his own particular brand of hook-laden, downtempo indie electro-pop since 2013. His new track Surrender is the 5th song that he’s released this year and it’s a corker.

By |November 21st, 2016|

New Music: Kaia Kena – Driftwood

Kaia Kena’s Visual Concept Album is her first music & video multi-media collaboration. Working with Massif Media in Denver, Colorado, Kaia is releasing a series of videos which will tell the story of her indie-electronic EP. Here’s the first video of the series, for the track Driftwood. Give it a watch.

By |November 21st, 2016|

New Music: Kauf – Pacify

The project of Ronald Kaufman, Kauf took shape after moving cross country from Florida back to his birthplace of Los Angeles. He self-released his first single in 2011, and today he’s back with new single Pacify, the opening track off his forthcoming debut full-length Regrowth. Check it out.

By |November 21st, 2016|

New Music: The Mystic Underground – Here in My House

Brooklyn based band The Mystic Underground present Here in My House from their new album Protagonist. They describe their music as being pop songs for the disenchanted, disillusioned and disenfranchised. They are songs for the broken-hearted and desperate, songs that celebrate life, love, death and everything in between. Have an earful!

By |November 19th, 2016|

New Music: Shunya – A Nest of Glorious Sound

Alan Keary is a multi instrumentalist and producer, with a strong musical heritage, writing and producing music from the age of fourteen. Now based in Manchester and performing under the alias Shunya, A Nest of Glorious Sound is the 3rd track from his recent EP entitled Mountain Gazer. Give it a listen.

By |November 19th, 2016|

New Music: Zita – Just Me

Zita is a Hungarian violinist and producer who’s been an active musician since age 10. Her unique mix of acoustic and electronic elements really caught our attention. Check out her new track Just Me, available now as a free download.

By |November 17th, 2016|

New Music: LAMIA – Wounded Pride

LAMIA is a 21 year- old female bedroom producer and vocalist from London, based in Leeds, who graduated from the BRIT School in 2014. LAMIA’s debut gig was at the BBC Introducing showcase and her previous works featured on Huw Stevens BBC Radio 1, BBC 1xtra, BBC Introducing, Amazing radio, and Indie Shuffle. Most certainly an artist to watch – check out her debut track.

By |November 14th, 2016|

Introducing: Promenade Cinema

One of Sheffield’s most regarded and up and coming synth bands, Promenade Cinéma, composed of Dorian and Blurred Girl create ‘Cinedramatic Synthpop’ from their adopted home town of Sheffield. We had a chat with the band about their formation, upcoming new album and future gig adventures as part of our Introducing series.

By |November 7th, 2016|

New Music: WANHA – The Wait

WANHA is the solo project of Joni Vanhanen, a producer/ singer/ hip hop artist from Jyväskylä, Finland. This track certainly isn’t traditional hip hop, but you can hear its’ influence in the structure of the song and the tightness of the drum and bass sounds. Give it a listen – I think you’ll like it.

By |November 4th, 2016|
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