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NZCA LINES new EP 'Universal Heartbreak' - out now

NZCA LINES returns with his fantastic new EP, Universal Heartbreak. Featuring the infectious recent singles, ‘Push Reset’ and ‘Universal Heartbreak’, alongside two more new tracks. The EP is available to purchase via Bandcamp and stream on all of the usual platforms:

Spotify | Apple Music | Amazon Music | Tidal | Deezer

Be sure to check out the video for the title track below:


Rozi Plain new EP 'Bonus Prize' - out now

Following her widely praised new album Prize, Rozi Plain unveils Bonus Prize, a collection of remixes and reworks from friends from around the world. The EP features contributions from the likes of MF Tomlinson, United Freedom Collective, Maria Uzor, sir Was, Photay and Metronomy’s Anna Prior, all of whom put their own distinctive twist on album favourites.

Bonus Prize is available to purchase via Bandcamp and stream in all the usual places:

Spotify | Apple Music | Amazon Music | Tidal | Deezer

Rozi has also announced a couple of shows to close the year out in style. She’ll be playing on the 16th December at Strange Brew in Bristol and on the 17th at Moth Club in London. More information and tickets available here!


NZCA LINES returns with new single "Universal Heartbreak" - pre-order the upcoming EP now

NZCA LINES is back with the second single from his upcoming EP, “Universal Heartbreak”. Check out the video for the new single below:

Also available for listening on the following streaming services:

Spotify/Apple Music/Tidal/Deezer

“Universal Heartbreak” is the second track to be released from NZCA’s upcoming EP of the same name, to be released on 22nd September. Pre-order the EP on Bandcamp here.



Baba Ali announces new album "Laugh Like A Bomb" - first single "Burn Me Out" out now

Anglo-American duo Baba Ali return with the announcement of their second album Laugh Like A Bomb, set for release on Friday 21st April via Memphis Industries. Following the release of their debut ‘Memory Device’ in 2020 and 18 months of touring across Europe and the US, Baba Ali have created an incendiary follow up with one foot firmly placed on the dance floor, the other in a state of constant frenzy.

With the news, the pair have shared lead single ‘Burn Me Out’, a documentation of their creative ethos and the societal urge to overindulge to the point of exhaustion.

Watch the video for “Burn Me Out” below:

also available for listening on the following streaming services:

Spotify | Apple Music | Amazon Music | Tidal | Deezer

The record’s title is a phrase borrowed from a passage of the early 20th Century radical art manifesto BLAST! that Baba had encountered by chance on one sleepless night on tour. “The moment I saw the phrase ‘Laugh Like A Bomb’, I was immediately struck by how accurate it described what I was feeling at a time when we were touring hard and constantly working to earn just enough to get by.” 

“Laugh Like A Bomb” is available to pre-order/pre-save from the following stores:

Official Store

Jumbo Records


Rough Trade


Baba Ali’s 2023 UK live dates are as follows:

27 January – YES Basement, Manchester, UK – tickets

3 February – The Middlesbrough Empire, Middlesbrough, UK – tickets

25 March – Ritual Union 2023, Bristol, UK – tickets



Rozi Plain new album "Prize" - out now

Rozi Plain returns with new album Prize, out now on Memphis Industries. On her fifth studio album, Rozi has assembled her widest cast of players to create an album that not only preserves the intimacy of her signature guitar-and-vocal sound, but accentuates these moments of calm, and explosive emotion, midst a soaring, collective spirit.

From the blissful vocals of This Is The Kit’s Kate Stables on ‘Agreeing For Two’, to the call-and response vocals on ‘Prove Your Good’; from the expansive instrumentation and ornately co-ordinated arrangements of ‘Help’ and ‘Sore’, to the sublime synth celebration explorations of ‘Painted The Room’, and the woozy jazz-inflected ‘Spot Thirteen’; there’s a sense of togetherness, and the very process of coming together, that permeates throughout the album’s ten tracks.

Watch the video for ‘Painted the Room’ here:

Listen to “Prize” here:

Spotify | Apple Music | Amazon Music | Tidal | Deezer

“Prize” is available to order now via the links below:

Artist Store


Rough Trade


Piccadilly Records 


Balades Sonores 

Banquet Records

Jumbo Records

Rozi’s tour dates are as follows:

19 January – Rough Trade East, London, UK – tickets

28 January – St Mary’s Centre, Chester, UK – tickets

29 January – Drygate, Glasgow, UK – tickets

31 January – The Crescent, York, UK – tickets

1 February – The Adelphi / New Adelphi, Hull, UK – tickets

2 February – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff, UK – tickets

3 February – The Cornish Bank, Falmouth, UK – tickets

4 February – St Mary’s Parish Church, Totnes, UK – tickets

10 February – La Bulle Café, Lille, France – tickets

11 February – Le Hasard Ludique, Paris, France – tickets

12 February – Le VIP, Saint-Nazaire, France – tickets

14 February – Des Pies Chicaillent, Rennes, France – tickets

15 February – Blonde Venus, Bordeaux, France – tickets

28 February – YES (The Pink Room), Manchester, UK – tickets

1 March – The Workman’s Club, Dublin, Ireland – tickets

2 March – The Court House, Bangor, County Down – tickets

3 March – Phil Grimes Bar, Waterford, Ireland – tickets

4 March – Levis Corner House, Ballydehob, Ireland – tickets

5 March – Cleere’s Theatre Bar, Kilkenny, Ireland – tickets

7 March – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds, UK – tickets

8 March – Pianodrome at the Wee Hub, Edinburgh, UK – tickets

9 March – Star & Shadow, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK – tickets

10 March – Portland Arms, Cambridge, UK – tickets

11 March – Olby’s Soul Cafe and Music Rooms, Margate, UK – tickets

12 March – The Hope and Ruin, Brighton, UK – tickets

14 March – Studio 9294, London, UK – tickets

25 March – Ritual Union 2023, Bristol, UK – tickets

10 June – Brighten The Corners 2023, Ipswich, London, UK – tickets

28 July – Deer Shed Festival 2023, Thirsk, UK – tickets

Some tasty reviews:

Guardian – 4/5 “mirage-like lyrics gently warped folk and nomadic jazz“

Uncut – 8/10 “Entrancing fifth from the cooperatively inclined songwriter”

Mojo – 4/5 “off-balance poetics that resonate in ever more artful, affecting ways”