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With three storming EPs under their belts, STOCKSNSKINS are set to drop their first full length album this September.
With the Modus album soon to see the light of day, the synth wizards that are Nature of Wires really know how to get our juices flowing with the singles Madame Serena and Harry’s House. Read on for more info.
Failure is Inevitable, the most recent album from spiky sound smiths Spray is pop perfection. The album saw Ricardo Autobahn and Jenny McLaren on the top of their game, its glossy beats and cutting lyrics pleasing fans old and new.
At times, history has an inherent gravity, a sense of direction, some indescribable force that can mean that things will reach eventually their natural conclusion, regardless of the timescale involved. The often-inescapable process is at the heart of Modus: the new/classic album from Nature of Wires.
Voted (by me) as the North West’s top attraction, even above Blackpool Tower and Leo’s Fish Bar, the devilish duo that are Spray always make sure their music and videos are dripping with dry wit and self-deprecating humour. Check it out below.
Chroma + Chromatic are the much-anticipated follow-ups to Charlotte, North Carolina electronica project IIOIOIOII’s 2016 Post Brimstone album. Ahead of their release, the band have shared the haunting track There’s Nothing.
Though their first release Form.Follows.Function. was as recent as January 2015, ded.pixel (sometimes truncated as ded.pxl) founder Rhys Pixel had been conceptualising the band’s sound for years if not decades. Stream their new track below.
As fierce, flighty and fearsome as ever, St Lucifer are laying the ground for the vinyl arrival of Music is Violence by deconstructing and reimagining some of their favourite tracks on a new EP.
Vieon return in 2019 with a time-travelling look back at one of the most unusual and rare albums ever to be released.
British synth band and self-styled indiepop chameleons Spray have announced their fifth studio album, Failure Is Inevitable, for 2019.