Streams


Listen: Jamie Isaac – I Will Be Cold Soon EP

It seems fitting that Jamie Isaac should release his new EP just as the grey skies return to London. The 18 year old singer/producer will showcase the sombre record at London’s Servant Jazz Quarters this Wednesday 26tth June, and you can stream I Will Be Cold Soon in it’s entirety below:

Listen: Arctic Monkeys – Do I Wanna Know?

If you’ve seen the Arctic Monkeys live recently you should have already heard their new track ‘Do I Wanna Know’, as they’ve been opening their sets with it.

Listen: Glass Animals – Exxuss

Oxfordshire quartet Glass Animals have unveiled one half of their new AA-sided single ‘Black Mambo/Exxus’, out July 1st on Paul Epworth’s new Wolf Tone label.

Listen: King Khan & The Shrines – Born To Die

After a week of trying to restore the site, we’re finally back and can present you with a new track from King Khan & The Shrines

Listen: PINS – Stay True

It will be released alongside another new song, ‘Get With Me’, as a double a-side single on July 22nd via Bella Union.

Listen: Crushed Beaks – Tropes

Our favourite noise-pop duo Crushed Beaks have unveiled the title track of their fortchoming debut EP Tropes.

Listen: All We Are – Utmost Good

It’s hard to top All We Are’s own description of their music: ‘the Bee Gees on diazepam’. As you’d expect it has has a neo-soul vibe similar to The Child of Lov, but without the potentially divisive vocal styling.

Listen: Spectrals – A Heartbeat Behind

Spectrals has unveiled another track from his forthcoming album Sob Story, released on June 3rd through Wichita Recordings.

Listen: Savages Stream Debut Album ‘Silence Yourself’

London Savages are streaming their debut album Silence Yourself, before it’s released next Monday (6 May) via Matador Records / Pop Noire.

Listen: Pure X – Thousand Year Old Child

‘Thousand Year Old Child’ by Texan three-piece Pure X is the perfect way to ease yourself into the fledgling summer.