'Crazy Again' means that after a mere eleven years, it's time to fall in love with Gossip again.

The latest single from After London registers on the Saffir–Simpson scale.

Rekindle all your Avril Lavigne angst with the new double single from King Princess.

Platypus Complex' debut single writhes around your noggin, which is exactly what we'd hoped to hear from these desert-driven psychedelic instrumentalists.

Southend meets Salerno, or is it Portsmouth meets Puglia, who knows? Wherever you are this summer the ride is relentless.

New single 'Yout' from God Damn cements their status as onomatopoeic. You really will say, 'God fucking damn.'

This incredible protest song, a collective single, is out today. All proceeds will go to Women's Aid

OMG! Crunchy new Beach Riot! Debut album! OMG!

Our Belarus-based favourites, Molchat Doma have released another single from their latest album, Monument.

We're big fans of JEEN's nostalgic guitar-driven scuzz. We're also consistently stumped as to why the Canadian grunge-peddlar isn't absolutely massive.

Lucid Express kick off releases from their debut album with the sneakily defiant 'Wellwave'.

DIY evangelists, The Effens announced this third EP with title track, 'Eventually'.

Today (well yesterday actually) we are welcomed back into the world of Dead Horse.

Birmingham's scrappiest scrubbers are back with their latest single, 'Generation Doom', complete with an upliftingly accurate music video.

Originally making a name with grunge trio, Tigercub, NANCY parades warped, warbling riffs and smooth, swinging vocals in what very much feels like a candid exploration of self.

Charlie Sundown releases his first solo material and it's smokey as hell.

Gold Baby's latest release is a much-needed romantic dream-pop romp. We asked them a few burning questions to get inside that big sexy gold baby brain.

In their latest release, Arxx shift towards nostalgic indie pop and take a huge leap forward creatively. 'Call Me Crazy' sounds like a song you already adore.

Multi-lingual rage-induced-post-pop from Newcastle-based trio, ‘Vultures’ is out today.

Brand new alt shoe-gazers Dead Zoo managed to get a few shows under their belt before London went into lockdown, but are now ready to release their debut single from house arrest.

An ode to Berlin’s wild and hedonistic lifestyle, 'Rat' is the second offering from Mone's upcoming debut album.


Like a reimagining of the Super Mario underground zone, Barringtone's 'The New New' is wonky, nostalgia-heavy and keytar-tastic.

Pure unadulterated joy from Fantasy Non Fiction on their latest single, indie-crunch love song 'Strange Effect'.

The latest single from Stephen EvEns, 'Dustbin Man' is a janky tale of respect for the many currently keeping the world ticking over.

Ease yourself into the weekend with this storytelling ballad from New Yorker and troubadour, Rosa Tu.

Hear it here first, the second single from Ester's new album, Turn Around. Out 27.03.20 via Midwest Action.

Velvet-voiced key-tickler Rufus Wainwright has announced new album Unfollow The Rules with the release of 'Damsel In Distress'.

Quality Living's latest single, 'Marathon' is a carefree romp through the Casio bossa nova setting.

Ever-imaginative Strange Cages just put out a new single, complete with muscle-laden (sort of) video.

Power couple and analogue purists Sex Cells have released a new music video for their beautifully brutal single 'Love Is The Exit'.

Good In The Dark have released a video for their cover of Talking Heads' 1980 track, 'Born Under Punches' and invented electro-feminism in the process.

Hurtling announce their new single ‘Summer’ ahead of the release of their debut album, Future From Here.

Mallory Knox are officially a triple threat with a UK headline tour this Autumn, a self-titled new album out 16/08/19, and their new single ‘White Lies’ out now.

Wellity wellity wellity. Pulled Apart By Horses are punching the road for the first full tour since 2017 The Haze era. Tickets go on sale Friday (THAT'S TOMORROW) at 10am.

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets are the psych-rock band to be excited about right now, and they’re back as of last month with the thunderously hefty strut that is Bill’s Mandolin.

Garage rock four piece The Widows navigate our current political climate while dicussing their upcoming Camden Rocks gig at The Monarch.

Liverpudlian crooners Trudy and the Romance premiere zany video for new single, ‘The Original Doo-Wop Spacemen’.

The first person to guess what this song is about gets to watch the video before anyone else, right here.

If you know Raw Meat at all, you'll know we like our coffee black, our kittens fluffy, and our hip hop? Well we like that old school.

Ex-Allusondrugs guitarist Damian Hughes is Hypnosister. Watch his latest video for space indie-pop banger, 'I'm Going To Die'.

The B-side of their recent scorcher of a single, 'Vent' was filmed at Hermitage Works Studios by John Clay AKA Clark Kent's Rock n Roll Revue.

We're addicted to this sneakily little funky number. And we definitely want to get high with all our mothers.

Those pesky Table Scraps have written a slacker anthem, and created a visual prayer to the beloved loser gods to go along with it.

Stranges Cages' new dictionary-grabbing single is out 16/02/18 on Vallance Records.

The obesely talented Big & The Fat have dished out a premiere of their latest track, 'Crack Crack' ahead of a limited edition vinyl release in March.

Our favourite psych slackers, Worst Place are back with another dreampop delight, a sumptuous cover of Jane Wieldin's eighties banger 'Rush Hour'.

This brooding, melody-driven single will send shivers down your spine.

Season 2 Episode 6 of an experimental session that we couldn't ignore. Filmed at Hermitage Works Studios by John Clay AKA Clark Kent's Rock n Roll Revue.

The Go! Team are back (did they ever go?) and they're making us feel a strange and long-forgotten sensation. Is... is this happiness?

Dancehall are heroes of modern punk. Water-tight drum fills, sucker-punch basslines and guilloutine guitar riffs all clamour for the drawled vocals' attention.

Weaves have released a new track with that Inuk throat singer that we like and it's brilliantly unhinged.

Scab Hand have an EP coming out in November and we've got the first track n' vid from it.

Even if you wouldn't call yourself a blues fan, this trio's brand of blues is so filthy, dark and underground-dirty that it can't help but leave a film on your teeth.

To anyone out there still searching for their angsty summer anthem of 2017; look no further than Bloody Knees’ banging new single ‘Not Done’.

Now this is a Wolf Alice we can get behind.

Lomelda, who supported Pinegrove earlier this year, has released 'Out There' the second single from her upcoming album, Thx.

Danish dreamboats, Baby In Vain, have announed a UK headline tour and an EU tour with A Place To Bury Strangers. We're stoked.

St. Vincent has shared an intimate and sorry song. Tickets for her recently announced ‘Fear The Future Tour’ go on sale today.

The Appelsap crew has tried to capture its Universal Family through a One Love film series, bringing it together and to life on four continents.

Girl Ray have announced their first ever headline tour and have dished out a brand new vocal-range-rollercoaster track, 'Don't Go Back At Ten' to wash it down with.

Kali Uchis has always written music for sunny days, so stick a flamingo in the ground and listen to her latest single, 'Tyrant', featuring Jorja Smith.

Our good man Height Keech is releasing a group album with his pals. They go by Shark Tank, and we've got the chill af video for 'Dans House (Shouts To Hell Rell)'.

L.A. Witch share the reverb-heavy, garage-punk, imaginatively titled new single 'Untitled'. Debut album out 08/09/17 via Suicide Squeeze.

Las Kellies are playing in Europe and the UK (are we still in Europe?) through June and July, bringing garage, echoey Argentinian energy.

Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile have announced a US tour this Autumn in support of a collaboration LP. And we are unbelievably excited.

The Cribs have shared a brand new track, 'In Your Palace’ as well as announcing a few Summer festival dates in the UK and US.

Musicians come together to pledge support to the NHS via Twitter account.

Here's the simple part - Horsey are Jerkcurb, Theo McCabe, Jack Marshall (King Krule's brother) and George Bass (King Krule's drummer).

Scab Hand are a new garage punk three-piece from Brighton. Hear their single 'Howl' here first.

Dream Wife have released the perfect song.

We'd take a trip with Aye Nako any day. This Brooklyn-based bunch of neerdowell's second full-length, Silver Haze is out 07/04/17 on Don Giovanni Records.

Most musicians are now aware of how corrupt the music industry is. Major record companies are corporate media conglomerates that behave like loan sharks, but with less ethics.

CHILDCARE’s urgent and addictive single ‘Kiss?’ has now got an equally charming visual accompaniment. It's art-pop played by punks.

Tempers' EP Fundamental Fantasy will be out 24/02/17 on The Vinyl Factory.

Inspired by the infamous Calvin Klien campaign, Evvol's video for 'Comfort Fit' intends to confront how each of us understands and embodies comfort.

The soothing seventies melodies and beautifully sequinned shirts of Tennis’ ‘In The Morning I’ll Be Better’ video reminds us that everything, actually, will be alright.

Virgin Kids album Greasewheel is out now via Burger Records in the US and London favourites Fluffer Records in the UK.

Robbing Millions are a jazz improv psych band from Belgium. Their self-titled debut album is out now on [PIAS].

The DAs are new. So new, in fact, that their first ever gig was only a few weeks ago, and they're already pumping out an acidic single.

Eagulls are at it again: see their exquisite new music video for 'Velvet' to remind yourself just how excellent this five-piece truly are.

Little Grim are back with a brand new video for their latest single 'Sparks' and are bigger, better and bolder than before. 

With modern day Stone Roses vibes and a beachy super eight video to match, SULK are the band prepping our ears for Summer.

A music video is rarely surprising nowadays; almost every single has a video to accompany it, and the vast majority of artists issue a four-minute film that lacks any actual purpose.

After a small hiatus from frantically making music, Fat White Family are back. This time with shaved heads, hypnotic vocals, and camouflage for days.

‘The Noisy Days Are Over’ is the warming, infectious new single from Sunderland’s indie-rockers,

London-based psych rock trio, Desert Mountain Tribe, release video to accompany intriguing album taster track ‘Runway’.

Flourishing from three separate parts of America; Shannon and the Clams come together to create a treat for the eyes and ears with new single ‘It’s Too Late’.

Loaded with 90’s influences and a defiant edge to their sound; Wardance are turning heads for all the right reasons.

Grunge foursome, Dilly Dally, share surreal video for electrifying new single ‘Desire’.

October Drift reveal video for haunting track 'Lost', B-side to their second single 'You Are, You Are'.

South London talents Phobophobes have created a beautiful concoction of trippy psychedelia and salient rock in newest release 'Make A Person'.

'Little Fun' is an awesome, catchy, autobiographical sample of what it is to be Theo Altieri. 

London four piece Loaded have released a video for the first single of their upcoming EP, Solitude.

Paying tribute to the death of Emmett Till, a victim of extreme racism in the 1950's; Melody Gardot's soulful blues track acts as a timely reminder of the realities of prejudice.

Set in a school effected by the Cherbynol bombing, we follow one man coping in the aftermath. The desolation married with Fractures' haunting voice makes for an emotional experience.

The Travelling Band's new track is the kind of song you'd blare out of your car stereo after a beach day with your friends.

Latest release from the evilly cute Taffy sums them up pretty perfectly in its title, 'Suicidal Bunny'. Nasty, snarly, and fuzzy, but with a sweet little fluffy tail.