Introducing Prom


We welcome the beautiful art from London’s most exciting new 4 piece band today. Prom’s new single is premiering at Noisey who say:

“Influenced by the likes of Birthday Party, it’s kinda like surf-pop – if the mucus of surf-pop was spat into a blender filled with guts, little remorse. One of the most powerful, instant vocals we’ve heard from a British band so far this year.”

AA side 7″ single coming on 23rd October. Pre-order from here.

Live shows:

6th 100 Club, London (w/ Girl Band)

3rd Patterns, Brighton (w/ Girl Band)
4th Soup Kitchen, Manchester (w/ Girl Band)
5th Nation of Shopkeepers, Leeds (w/ Girl Band)

Warm Brains, aka producer/musician Rory Attwell announces new album ‘Big Wow’ out November 6th


Warm Brains, aka Rory Attwell, ex-Test Icicles, Kasms, RAT:ATT:AGG and producer, engineer extraordinaire (credits include Palma Violets, Yuck, Male Bonding, The Vaccines, Mazes, Let’s Wrestle and countless others) is set to return with his first full album since the release of ‘Old Volcanoes’ back in 2011.

The new album ‘Big Wow’ is going to be released on November 6th through Milk Milk Lemonade Records. ‘Pink Blackpool Rock’ is the first song to be released from the album and is, according to Rory, “about encouraging people to have ideas that could seem ridiculous‎ and/or acting in a way that could seem bizarre, even if the by-product is that most people would regard you as a buffoon or an asshole for thinking and behaving in that way, why let that stop you?”

Hear ‘Pink Blackpool Rock’, the first song to be released from the album at DIY Magazine here:

Sleaford Mods featured on Channel 4 News


Sleaford Mods made a guest appearance on the Channel 4 News on Friday night discussing their music, politics ahead of Labour’s appointment of Jeremy Corbyn as party leader.

The duo played a great set at Bestival this weekend and will next head to Banksy’s Dismaland exhibition this Friday ahead of their Key Markets tour in 2 weeks time.

The band have also shared Matt Allsebrook’s remix of Tarantula Deadly Cargo today that you can stream below. Funky number…

Enter Shikari win ‘Independent Album Of The Year’ at the 2015 AIM Awards

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Congratulations to Enter Shikari for winning ‘Independent Album Of The Year’ at the AIM Independent Music Awards last night. Receiving the trophy for their UK Top Ten album ‘The Mindsweep’, released in January of this year, the band are now poised to release ‘The Mindsweep: Hospilalised’ – the entire album remixed and reshaped by artists on the famed London Drum & Bass label Hospital Records, released October 30th through Ambush Reality and Play It Again Sam Records. Enter Shikari embark on their first ever UK Arena tour in February 2016, hitting seven large venues across the country, finishing up at London’s 10k capacity Alexandra Palace.

Check out the full AIM Awards winners here

Demob Happy score a lead Radar feature in the NME

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Brighton’s Demob Happy are NME‘s New Artist Of The Week with a lead Radar feature and track premiere of the epic ‘Junk DNA’.

Just fresh from their first appearance at Reading & Leeds Festivals, the band are set to release their debut album Dream Soda on October 2nd via SO Recordings, and will embark upon a UK headline tour through December.

Read the full feature here.
Pre-order the album here.

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Division acts play Reading & Leeds festival

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Bringing with them transmorphic ability, acts like Alvvays‘s contagious brand of indie pop managed to transform R&L’s Festival Republic stage into a “cider-fuelled version of Strictly Come Dancing”. DIY also went on to describe Alvvays’s “sugary melodies” as making their set “a joyous, effortless moment from a band right at the top of their game”.

Similarly, Stereoboard play upon metamorphism, hailing both Radkey and Demob Happy as conceiving a “rock ‘n’ roll sound as if they were conceived in a garage owned by Satan”. It appears Demob lived up to the promise they made to Upset to “tear it up, rock the fuck out and show people what we’re made of”.

If Radkey and Demob Happy’s sets didn’t sound menacing enough, NME warn “you shouldn’t fuck with God Damn”. With bloodied hands and faces and destructive stage antics to match their sound, God Damn successfully captured the festival goers attention.