Ikkarus, Mexico’s Answer The To Funk-Filled Metal Genre

  Hailing from Mexico, and with a thirst for tasty, funky melodies and great tunes, Ikkarus are here, with brand new album 'Stains and Echoes'. Drawing inspiration from acts such as Linkin Park, Pearl Jam and Red Hot Chili Peppers,┬áthe members of Ikkarus have been slaving away, as well as balancing their work lives, all... Continue Reading →


Review: Hunter Is ‘So Gay’ With Brand New Track

    Fun, energetic and filled with life, Hunter's brand new track 'So Gay' is a statement of pride, and if you don't like it, tough! This greatly constructed tune is brought to us by singer-songwriter Hunter, a Tanzanian-born artist who's thirst for bold and bright led him to make this opus. The track itself... Continue Reading →

Merry Biffmas!

Ahead of Christmas we've added several new items to the Biffy store, including a Mon The Biff Jumper, Hat, Bauble and Biffy shot glass. Order by 18th Dec (UK) and 14th Dec (Europe) to make sure orders arrive for Christmas.  

‘International Blue’, The First Single From Manic Street Preachers’ New Album ‘Resistance Is Futile’ Is Available To Listen To Now

  "I'd been digesting the lyric for five years, since being in Nice and finally joining the dots between Yves Klein's International Klein Blue and the vast open blue of the Mediterranean Sea. It was a moment of connection that felt perfectly natural - not forced or intellectualised. A different kind of enrichment that feels... Continue Reading →

Welcome to the World of Pink Milk

Hailing from Sweden, Pink Milk is a dark rock band drenched in tons of reverb, making occult cinematic music, filled with unnerving soundscapes. The feedback-loving duo, consisting of Maria (vocals and drums) and Edward (guitars and bass), started out releasing an acclaimed interpretation of Foreigner's classic ballad "I Want to Know What Love Is" in... Continue Reading →

Julia Mascetti Flourishes in Tokyo

Can there be a more challenging role for a musician than as a freelance Brit harpist in Tokyo? It is under such an umbrella that Julia Mascetti plies her trade, having moved there two years ago. Her music has proved fascinating for the Japanese audiences, melding her dark-indie songwriting with traditional Japanese musicians and instruments.... Continue Reading →

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