Poppy and the Jezebels

Loitering on the back seat of the coolest school bus in pop, Poppy and the Jezebels are heading up the new crop currently making waves in the “underage” scene.

You Say Party! We Say Die!

You Say Party! We Say Die! is a five-piece new-wave punk-pop band. Their second album Lose All Time reveals a new depth and musical variety.

Findlay Brown

The release of Findlay Brown’s debut album, Separated by the Sea, has heralded a renewed appreciation for the traditional craft of song writing.


iLiKETRAiNS attempt to address global issues in their own eccentric style, using the deeds of history to explore problems still facing society.

Thurston Moore

Thurston Moore is a very busy man. A founding member of Sonic Youth, one of the most engaging bands ever to grace the alternative rock scene.

Built to Spill

With the latest lineup of Martsch, Scott Plouf, Jim Roth, Brett Nelson, and Brett Netson, this is the most experienced group that Built to Spill has ever seen.

Jesse Malin

New Yorker Jesse Malin released his third solo album Glitter in the Gutter in July 2007. This is an up-tempo, powerful manifesto for survival and defiance.


Ash return with their re-energised fifth and possibly last studio LP Twilight of the Innocents, mixing classic pop lyrics and punk influenced melody.

Maxïmo Park

With a world tour well underway and their latest album receiving critical and popular acclaim, Maximo Park are battling to keep their feet on the ground.

Lisa Lindley-Jones

While the music world becomes ever more dependant on its sampler and keyboard for kicks, Lisa Lindley-Jones has decided to step away from electro-pop.

Sonic Youth

Widely regarded as one of the most influential bands of their time, Sonic Youth takes one more lunge at it with their new release, Rather Ripped.