Exclusive | Stream Cousin’s new album ‘Music To Polish Your Rifle To’

Cousin‘s new album Music To Polish Your Rifle To is visceral, emotional and raw. It’s a great, impending instrumental release that ticks all the boxes. Cousin’s newest record, Music To

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Exclusive | Listen to Orchards’ brand new EP ‘Constantly Moving’

Fast-paced, catchy, complex and clever; Orchards‘ new EP Constantly Moving is math pop at its best. Orchards are really fucking annoying. There – we said it. They’re annoying because they’re

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Exclusive | Stream Death and the Penguin’s debut EP

Listen to Death and the Penguin’s debut EP Accidents Happen right now, in its entirety, only on MM. After the release of their first single ‘Strange Times’ last year, it’s

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Track By Track | LITE – ‘Installation’

Japan’s technical champions LITE come the UK in February for a host of shows with MM favourites The Physics House Band to celebrate the release of their new album Installation

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Exclusive | Stream Cleft’s debut album ‘BOSH!’

We loved their Utter EP, played Whale Bone until our ears bled, and enjoyed their live set so much it hurt… Now, after a heartfelt and thoroughly successful Kickstarter project,

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Exclusive | Stream Oshwa’s debut album ‘Chamomile Crush’

As another aspiring group of musicians from Chicago crash through the barriers of mediocrity; Oshwa’s mixture of powerful lungs and complex melodies make for one of 2013’s most interesting debut

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Exclusive | Stream The Speed Of Sound In Seawater’s debut album

Quickly becoming a memorable name within the US experimental music scene, California’s The Speed Of Sound In Seawater are undoubtedly set to gain fans with the release of their debut

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Track By Track | Crash Of Rhinos – ‘Knots’

We’re only on album number two from Derby’s Crash Of Rhinos but, thanks to the members’ prolific pasts in roughly 30% of all good math rock & emo bands that

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Exclusive | Stream Axes new self-titled mini-album

Axes are not only instrumental, melodic, and predominately alternative in nature, but their surprising ability to create natural, free-flowing and sometimes complex music makes for some beautiful listening… After announcing

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Exclusive | Stream Without Maps’ debut record ‘Capillaries’

Following the release of the tremendous single ‘Naked Light’, Nottingham’s Without Maps have announced the release of their debut album, Capillaries. And we’re streaming the whole thing, right here, at

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