Marina Allen reveals new song and video ‘Deep Fake’ from upcoming album ‘Eight Pointed Star’

The Los Angeles-based singer and songwriter, unveils a new single/video, 'Deep Fake' from her upcoming third studio album, 'Eight Pointed Star'. Following the album’s release, Allen will play record release shows in Los Angeles, New York City and London before supporting Ben Howard for a run of European dates

MEMORIALS (Verity Susman from Electrelane & Matthew Simms from Wire) sign to Fire Records

Consisting of Verity Susman (Electrelane) & Matthew Simms (Wire), MEMORIALS channel the spirit of free jazz to create cosmic journeys through the garden shed into psychedelic rock, far out folk and wild analogue electronics. 2024 will see them release their official debut album, with new music coming down the slide very soon

Throwback to our 40th Anniversary celebrations

On Saturday the whim-induced Giant Syndicate, a band led by legendary Fire Records Alumni Howe Gelb (Giant Sand), Kristin Hersh (Throwing Muses) and Steve Wynn (The Dream Syndicate), tore down the Earth Theatre in Hackney to celebrate 40 years of Fire Records, and bring down the curtain on a 10 hour, multi-act, psychedelic extravaganza, hosted by Stewart Lee and curated by the label boss James Nicholls

Marta Del Grandi reveals new song ‘The Best Sea’, watch video out now

Following the release of her acclaimed album 'Selva', Italian singer songwriter Marta Del Grandi releases new single, ‘The Best Sea’ out today ahead of her upcoming UK and EU Spring tour. A powerful new track that deals with themes of sisterhood; it reflects on the evolution of our close relationships and how they help us to become stronger and overcome our demons

Jane Weaver’s new album ‘Love In Constant Spectacle’ is out now

Jane Weaver broadens her sonic palette with new album ‘Love In Constant Spectacle’ her most open-hearted, direct and intimate collection of material yet. “Taking in acid folk, space rock, eerie, drifting electronic experimentation, hypnotic, vaguely krautrock-y instrumentals and full-on pop… Jane Weaver never makes the same album twice” The Guardian