Listen to Rosie Lowe’s sublime debut EP ‘Right Thing’, out now via 37 Adventures.
Renowned producer Burial has a new EP set for December 16th. Merry Christmas.
Emerging London artist Rosie Lowe’s latest track “Me & Your Ghost” combines Burial and Banks into one haunting mix of indie and pop.
UK producer Four Tet releases a previously unheard collaboration with Burial while spinning on London’s Rinse FM.
Forest Swords finally has a new release coming out for Tri Angle Records, including the newly-released songs “Thor’s Stone” and “The Weight Of Gold”.
Parisian quartet, Bloum, curates a dreamscape of electronic drowsiness that will carry you into a flurry of mesmerising lo-fi music.
Daughn Gibson’s sophomore effort is a rewarding and compelling force of emotion, storytelling and musicianship.
For a 12-minute EP, Craters does a fantastic job of taking its listeners through all of the changes that Nerves Junior has undergone.
In our continuing wrap-up of the best music from 2012, check out our list of the best EPs from 2012.
It’s here! Listen to both tracks on Burial’s monster new single, and revise your best songs of 2012 list.
Burial has announced a new single “One/Two” to be released this month via Hyperdub,
AlunaGeorge are releasing this brilliant new single in October and you should do your ears a favour and check it out. Think of your ears!
Check out our top 100 albums from 1996-2011 as part of Pitchfork’s People’s List, and let us know what you think.
One of our earliest Ones To Watch, Halls, is now about to release his debut album “Ark”. Listen to the first stunning, haunting, beautiful track “White Chalk” now.
Have a wee gander at the new AlunaGeorge video, who’ve only made one of the best EPs of the year.
Whether you want to meticulously deconstruct these songs or simply fill an empty void with some ambient sound, “R.I.P.” can meet your needs. Cunningham’s beats are subtle, and when the beats disappear, he fills the space in with even smarter sonic ideas