Manchester’s pugilistic pop band Well Done You are releasing a string of brand new singles through different labels and outlets.
“I Don’t Know Why” is a raucous post-punk anthem indebted to the great unsung heroes of British rock: Reuben, Yourcodenameis:Milo, ThisGIRL, you name it. Blistering, unhinged blitzkrieg pop with tongue firmly in cheek, it pinballs with the anarchic energy of summer anthems gone by.
Well Done You
Well Done You was born in 2015 from the restless mind of producer/writer Mike Lawetto: a taut combination of catchy Californian vocal hooks, indie punk rock attitude and the occasional recorder solo. Their currently untitled debut album is due later this year, following five singles on different labels.
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Warped-pop duo Strange Ghost release their debut EP, a rolling cloud of synths, dragging beats and zestful melodies.
‘Outremer’ is the debut release from the West-Midlands based producer Ebenezer.
This epoch-defining album from Benjamin Blower and the Army of the Broken Hearted comes with liner notes so expansive, they’ve become a book in their own right. 11 blisteringly politicised junk-folk songs from the streets of Birmingham with a 100-page manifesto, written for everyday people stuck in the coma of British cultural life.
Josiah Gillespie‘s first release on Minor Artists is a cross-section of life, frozen in time; family, friendships and fallouts laid beside one another in all their hopefulness and loss.
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