Wolf Alice is an alternative rock band from the UK and “Visions of a Life” is their second studio album.
Wow, I am seriously impressed with Wolf Alice on this album. 266 more words
New York duo QTY – who expand to a four-piece live – have dropped an extremely likable, quintessentially East Coast-sounding debut record. It’s an early-noughties indie lovers dream, tipping the scales at a dainty 31 minutes and racing itself from start to finish. 118 more words
Pale Waves have created quite a buzz since their debut single “There’s a Honey” was released in February. Signed to Dirty Hit Records, the Manchester band has since released two other singles – “Television Romance” and “New Year’s Eve” – supported labelmates The 1975 on a huge North American tour in the spring (which included a date at Madison Square Garden, Pale Waves’ first New York show), and after headline dates in the UK and Europe, are headlining their first North American tour. 487 more words
Dirty Hit Records, home to bands like The 1975, Pale Waves, Wolf Alice and The Japanese House, have announced their plans for this year Indie Label Market. 70 more words