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Mickey 9s
Anyone who knows the Scottish music scene will tell you that Mickey 9s is one of the most exciting bands to see live. The irreverent 4-piece from Glasgow combines elements of dance, punk and hip hop into a blistering, genre-defying groove that regularly sends crowds into a frenzy.

It all started when four young lads went to see Daft Punk at a music festival and subsequently decided that this was the kind of music they wanted to make. Upon returning home the boys ditched their guitars and bought cheap synthesizers - hoping to join the electronic renaissance that was happening in the UK at the time. More...
  • Modern Kunst
Stephen McLaren
Stephen McLaren
Single: My Heart is Wandering To You
Released: 14th May
Errant Media Records

Errant Media presents Stephen McLaren. From his upcoming sophomore LP, "They Don’t Put Any Money in Your Pocket", Edinburgh’s established solo artist Stephen McLaren is ready to release the second single, "My Heart is Wandering To You". More...
  • My Heart is Wandering To You
Cilay Ensemble
Hello my name Mohamad Ichlas leader of Cilay Ensemble from Indonesia. We make ethnic music with a touch of industrial vibes.
  • BATU
Troy Bentley
Headlock is the title track from the debut album which is OUT NOW!. Pulling influences from Nick Cave to Tame Impala the track is a quirky look at depression, portrayed as the black dog prowling for its prey. The recording features electric guitars run through the hot valves of real amps and daubed with the sound of vintage tape delays.
The Second Single 'High Noon (The Queens of Clubs)' Is an Ode to Excess.

TROY BENTLEY is the solo project of Pete Bentley. Hailing from the Northern Mill Town of Blackburn, I have been the guitarist, keyboard player, backing vocalist and saxophonist in many bands and have been fortunate enough to play with and learn from some very talented artists. I worked for many years with my good friend and local legend Ian.H from the band ‘Bradford’ (https://www.facebook.com/BradfordTheBand/) who are soon to release their first album in 30 years with new member and producer Stephen Street. With Ian we self recorded an album as ‘Acoustic Uprising!’ which was my first serious attempt at music production. More...
  • Headlock
Pamela Sue Mann
An accomplished artist, Pamela forged her signature ethereal art-pop style with her self-titled album in 1999. She has since worked with the likes of Suzanne Vega, Gerry Leonard, and David Carbonara. Her recent collaborations with pop music icon Donna Lewis and internationally-recognized composer, producer David Baron (Michael Jackson, Bat For Lashes) are now available here.
  • Break
  • I Want Your Soul
Diabology are a teenage thrash metal band from Los Angeles, CA.

Jesse Bergen (guitar and vocals)
Jack Kleinman (guitar)
Joseph Mazisyuk (bass)
Matthew Morales (drums)
  • The Softest Grave
  • Nobody Believes Me
The Far North
The Far North formed in 2019 as Lee Wylding (Vocals/Guitar) and Andie Packer (Drums).

The band's ethos is "To go back to a traditional way of crafting songs, where every lyric is wrought out, every drum beat and guitar line is played from the heart. In turn making the songs meaningful and of value. We wanted to make an album which can be played in full at once, rather than just cherry picking the best songs and releasing 10 singles. This approach isn't something at the forefront of popular music in 2020."
  • Branches
Chris Pellnat
Chris Pellnat is a musician from Hudson, NY (USA) who does the singer-songwriter thing is own way, with lots of vibraphone, dulcimer and guitars. His music has a playful quality with darker undercurrents lurking below the surface. In addition to his solo work, he plays guitar in the Poughkeepsie, NY-based rock band, The Warp/The Weft, and is half of the duo, Teeniest.
  • Crossing
Say Yes, Do Nothing
Yank rock in London!
  • Lockdown and other songs
Ryan Summers
Undo Influence is the latest release by Marshfield, Wisconsin-based musician and producer Ryan Summers. Written over a period of years, this album captures his experiences deprogramming from an internet cult over a decade ago. Stylistically, it spans from progressive electronic to caustic industrial, and introduces elements of chamber pop throughout. It blends the pop instincts developed through his Midwest Soul Xchange project along with the sound design work found in his solo ambient releases adding a bit of an edge.
  • Undo Influence

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