Listen to our second soundtrack to the season Camus liked to call 'the second spring'.
Hoops will share a selection of unheard early recordings alongside a new music video.
The band's new video is a fusion of European pop and culture.
Beefheart-inspired musicians congrigate to celebrate the counter-cultural hero.
Follow us as we take you on a sonic journey through the acts to see at Liverpool Music Week.
The eighth edition of the biennial festival features homegrown newcomers and classic talent.
Read our review of Michael Head's much anticipated new album and listen exclusively to 'American Kid'
Jamie Lee shares a poetic paean to impossible love.
Jay Som presents a music video for her latest runaway hit.
The art rock band announce their Krautrock and summer pop inspired album.
Seamus Fogarty delivers a surreal video for his latest single.
Chastity brings haywire riffs and brooding verse on a new track.
The Coral's keyboardist premieres the latest track from his album 'Caravan'
Cloher explores gender identity and the power of the matriarchy on her latest track.
The up-and-coming Yorkshire punks fill their debut EP with thrashing guitar.
The noise pop duo take an alternative electro approach in latest musical experiment.
The Australian trio share a simple, intimate video for their latest single.
The Moonlandingz enlist Yoko Ono for a new version of an old track.
The band stage a low-budget murder mystery for their latest video.
The ex-Stereolab member follows up on her acclaimed EP release.
From big coats to Danish clocks, here are some things we like this week, featuring Pyrenex, Fjallraven and Arne Jacobsen.
The Canadian techno duo's latest single expresses relationship heartache.
The Swedish indie-pop songsmith returns with his ode to 'Line of Duty.'
The band's latest track explores the sound of ‘70s and ‘80s Australia.
The new Captured Tracks act on their writing process, sci-fi and Curtis Mayfield.
Previous editions have included Doug Aitken, John Akomfrah and Yoko Ono.
Listen on as we soundtrack the season Camus liked to call 'the second spring'.
Barnett and Vile bring fans into their personal lives through intimate home footage.
The band harvest their bodily fluids for the mass market in new video.
The new release sees the band collaborate with a lineup of electronic producers.
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