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 //
Hannah Scott and creative partner Stefano Della Casa combine to experiment with a genre made popular by the likes of Purity Ring and CHVRCHES, but they imbue it with a more personal, intimate personality.
Based in the eclectic electronic music hub that is Toronto, KYLO takes an experimental approach to pop music, as you can hear on her most recent track Sometimes.
The last eighteen months or so has seen Manchester based artist Grabyourface establish a real presence on the alternative electronic scene, with her industrialised take on darkwave and synthwave chilling and thrilling listeners in equal measure. As she releases a video for the title track from the Philophobia EP, we though we’d find out more about what has lead her to make such an impression in such a short time.
Tel Aviv based Silona takes the essence of dreampop and 60s girl pop and delivers a light, tasty confection on Learning How to Fly. Check it out below.
Leeds based electro post-punk quintet FEHM have debuted a new track Scarborough Warning in the runup to a series of festival dates and a UK tour. Check out the song below.
When I was in my very early teens in Ireland, I discovered the dubious joy of listening to radio programmes on Medium Wave that were broadcast from what then seemed like distant lands. Glasgow and London were as exotic to me as were places like Paris or Helsinki. Names on a map and not much more.
Harleylikesmusic is the solo musical and artistic project of Sheffield’s Harley Raine. Though the music takes inspiration from and fuses together everything from early lo-fi game soundtracks to rock music, and in the case of new EP Steel City Zone, bassline, the medium of expression is always retro games consoles, in particular the Nintendo DS. We decided to catch up with Harley to find out more about him and his music.
Dutch musician, composer and producer Jeroen Dirrix professes a deep love for both the piano and electronic sounds – a combination which works well on the contemplative Take The Air (I).
Moscow’s IVATU take a novel but successful approach to darkwave, incorporating more leftfield, trip-hop and classical elements. Check out the trio’s video for latest single I’m Her below.
American duo Nightseason came together via Spotify of all things, when drummer-turned-producer Patrick Zeinali discovered vocalist Jordan Caiola via the platform. The two quickly started working together via email, which resulted in an EP in quick fashion, from which Strangers is the first single.