Below you can find some of the releases we think you should definitely have a listen to! 

Gilla Band – Most Normal

For their first album as the Gilla Band (previously known as Girl band), the foursome redesigned their own paradigm. Like nothing you’ve heard before, ‘Most Normal’ is a kaleidoscopic spectrum of noise in the service of broken pop songs, effects-shot avant-punk rollercoaster rides and passages of futuristic dancefloor nihilism. This third album from the band is self-produced and recorded & mixed by bassist Daniel Fox in their rehearsal room, at Sonic Studios. (Rough Trade Records)

Sorry – Anywhere but here

Composed of best friends, Sorry have been making music together since their teens. They stem from Brixton’s Windmill scene, where they played together with Shame, Goat Girl and Black Midi. Sorry has created its own musical world – a world that brings together a shared passion for lo-fi sounds of grunge, trap and shoegaze. London plays a prominent role on the album. Overheard conversations, text messages, underground recorded speech; the discarded words of the city are incorporated into the lyrics that map the experience of city life on a young and frustrated generation. (Domino)



Oakman – SCP

The French pop/rock trio, OAKMAN released ‘SCP’ last week. ‘SCP’, an acronym for “sugar-coated pill”, is the band’s third EP following their second EP, ‘Plastic World’, which was released in 2018. The EP shines a light on the trio’s growth by adding 80’s style synths, punchy drums and a groovy bass, all while retaining their core pop-punk energetic guitars. (Rude Records)

A. Johanson – Who Are We Fooling

If it would have been an option, he would have taken you to Scandinavia for a road trip through an autumnal landscape. Where there is enough time in the car for elongated, roots-like songs. Or for a little folk song in a hut on the heath, to dream away melancholy by the fire. That’s songwriter A. Johanson from Utrecht. From just guitar and vocals, to soundscapes drowning in the reverberation. (own management)

Dayglow – People In Motion

From start to finish, this album was written, performed and produced by Sloan Struble – wonderfully pure, hyper-melodic manifestations of Struble’s desire to avoid conflict or drama and offer someone something to love. ‘People in Motion’ is not just sunshine and rainbows. There’s depth to Dayglow, a real sense that Struble has overcome his own obstacles and chose to rise above them. That is the undeniable conclusion of ‘People in Motion’: a record about finding something you love. (V2/AWAL)