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 //
Formed in Belfast, Northern Ireland in late 2019, post-punk/noise rock quartet Enola Gay help revive the heady moments of the province’s punk heyday on their new song, The Birth Of A Nation.
Have to say, Porcelain are a bit of a mystery, other than their manifesto, which is, they say, “A counterpoint to today’s prevailing celebrity culture… Faceless mannequins and androgynous dolls symbolise our wish not to be defined by labels.” A low profile will be hard to maintain with songs like Last Word, though!
Imagine The La’s jumping in a van with The Coral, hitting the M62, only stopping at Birch Services to pick up The Stooges (who’ve gone acoustic) and The Velvet Underground. Then, heading to Manchester to jam Buzzcocks tunes on the hottest day of the year in a country / rock n roll style outside Central Library, and you’ll get the Cold Water Swimmers vibe!
Hannah Lee Thompson is a live sound engineer out of Baltimore, Maryland. She’s also an accomplished and incredibly inventive musician and songwriter, judging by new track Danny.
Though the track may seem like a collaboration, august park and Cardnl are in fact the same person, 21-year-old Troy McFarland. A move to a new musical project sees his cross over with the release of flashes of light & color.
Liverpudlian artist Jetta is the epitome of the DIY artist. As well as writing and producing her own music from her bedroom studio, she has her own label, and manages her own career. Still, she finds time to create audio-visual gems like I Wanna Know.
Canada’s Fellow Kids (What a great name!) is a pop-rock band hailing from Vancouver. They reference Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Arctic Monkeys as influences, and that indie, funky energy comes through on new song Afterglow.
Siblings Poppy and Finn Billingham had been writing songs for some time before drummer Jonah Winslet, bassist Clem Appleby, and multi-instrumentalist Finn Boxer came their way to form Sunken. A spell at Stereolab drummer Andy Ramsay’s Press Play studio in south London has resulted in the Hometime EP and the delightful Somewhere Not Real.
Tiffy (Tiffany Sammy) dropped Don’t Wanna Talk back in May, and with a vinyl release incoming -you can buy it on Bandcamp – she’s given us a sneak peak of the B-side, Something For Nothing.
Lady B is a UK based singer/songwriter. She works with independent producers & several bands, Nature of Wires and the San Pedro Collective. With more musical projects in the works, we sat down with Lady B to find out more.