Fire Records 2022 Roundup

We've had an amazing year with releases by The Lemonheads (Rough Trade's Reissue Of The Year), Black Lips (Rough Trade's Albums Of The Year), Marina Allen (Rough Trade's Albums Of The Year), Hater (Rough Trade's Albums Of The Year), Pictish Trail, The Dream Syndicate, Jane Weaver's side project Fenella, Air Waves, Yosa Peit, Immaterial Possession, Lucy Gooch, Kristin Hersh's side project 50 Foot Wave and Modern Studies

Marta Del Grandi reveals new single ‘Stay’

New track ‘Stay’ is a shimmering snapshot, a requiem of desire and commitment; a blurred memory about the moment when you open your eyes and realize you don’t even know why you suffered so much and for so long. “It’s basically about the end of a healing process and the beginning of a new chapter.” adds Marta

Yosa Peit’s new album ‘Phyton (Expanded Edition)’ is out now

Think Laurie Anderson playing chess with Bjork, while a soulful Lorraine Ellison aches and alien messages flutter through an old cathode tube. Think Prince arm-wrestling with Arthur Russell overlapped with the hum of Blue Velvet, its ambience and jarring sound effects splintered like Aphex Twin

Melbourne duo CS + Kreme new album ‘Orange’ is out now

Melbourne duo CS + Kreme (Conrad Standish and Sam Karmel) announce new album 'Orange' out now via the Trilogy Tapes. Following the success of their 2020 debut LP 'Snoopy', CS + Kreme morph into jazz electronica with tinges of Detroit beatdown, dub arrhythmia and syncopated vox effects

Nightshift sign to Fire Songs

Nightshift is the latest addition to our Fire Songs publishing roster. The ensemble from Glasgow, formed in 2019, continue the city’s rich history of blurring the lines between DIY, Post-Punk and Experimental Pop and features artist Eothen Stearn, Chris White, Andrew Doig aka Robert Sotelo and Georgia Harris

Marina Allen’s new album ‘Centrifics’ is out now

Marina Allen's new album 'Centrifics', the anticipated follow-up to her acclaimed album, 'Candlepower' is out now. Full of surprising melodies and hooks, contemplative, and startling, it was written during a self-imposed six-month seclusion in quieter Northern California