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 //
California raised but Detroit-based vocalist and producer Alyssa Midcalf has branched out from being half of Parts to record solo under the name Primer. TVI (The Void Inside) is the latest taster for her upcoming Novelty album which is due for release on 1st March via YHS Records.
I’ll say this for Tuscon’s The Gem Show and Trouble – their music is as uncompromising as their avoidance of social media – nothing besides a Bandcamp page exists: ‘we are plain text only, no HTML’ it states. With music this raw and vibrant though, I guess you can let it speak for itself.
When both your parents are opera singers as is the case with Josin (German composer and producer Arabella Rauch), I guess you’re destined to follow them into music, and also to create a sound that can come across as high art. Check out new track Healing.
Amille is a Stockholm-based artist and songwriter who has dropped the sparse but captivating White Lies as a precursor to her debut Deep Sea EP – out 31st May.
Inside The Rose is a moody and magnificent taster for the upcoming album of the same name by Berlin/London based masters of electronica These New Puritans (once again made up of original duo, brothers Jack and George Barnett). Check out the slightly NSFW video below.
I’m a sucker for any vocalist that bears a passing resemblance to Stevie Nicks or Susanne Sundfør, so when I come across a singer like machineheart’s Stevie Scott, who combines the rock shapes of the former with the other-worldly folksiness of the latter, well … have a listen to Altar for yourself.
Amsterdam duo Cut_ (Cut underscore) have teamed up with home town compatriots Klangstof on the intoxicatingly rich and decadently divine Fever – have a listen to some naughty but ever so nice mellow beats below.
Voices by Israeli singer-songwriter BAVAT is a curious little gem of a song – inside its superficially frothy electropop surface is an affecting tale of heartache, which her voice sells to great effect.
There’s nothing quite like The Tiger Lillies, as their sumptuous and slinky take on Weimar-infused Chicago/New Orleans Brechtian blues serves to entertain and occasionally scandalise the listener – just like on Devil’s Fairground.
Sofi Tukker can always be relied on to entertain and occasionally scandalise with their blend of pop, pulsating basslines and joyful celebration of sex and sexuality. They’ve somehow upped the ante on their new track Mi Rumba which is out now and is a collaboration with the always inventive, always up for it, ZHU.