Africa Express is a collective of Malian musicians, with involvement from the likes of Damon Albarn, Brian Eno and the Yeah Yeah Yeah's Nick Zinner.Profile »
Transgressive Records are thrilled to announce the first re-release campaign in the label's nine-year history, with two classic albums from one of the world's most influential bands, At The Drive-In.
Becoming Real is the moniker of ethereal artist and producer, Toby Ridler. A somewhat elusive entity, who takes influence from the stark sonic palette of grime, footwork and European techno.Profile »
Blaenavon are a young band with a very bright future. The music produced by Ben Gregory, Frank Wright and Harris McMillan, all just 17, has a maturity that impressively belies their youth.Profile »
Circa Waves formed in Liverpool six months ago and released their debut single on Transgressive in December 2013.Profile »
Another exceptional new group signed to Transgressive Publishing, Dry The River are a band we've been waiting for for some time. Inclusive, inspirational and utterly thrilling.Profile »
Sydney-based, 21-year-old Flume announces the UK release of his self-titled debut on February 18th through Transgressive Records. Flume's pigeonhole-free, beat-driven debut has already reached #1 in the Australian iTunes album charts whilst his singles have topped The Hype Machine and Music Robot charts.Profile »
Formed from the ashes of The Ed Fitz, Foals re-invigorated and re-invented a genre with their unique blend of minimal and post hardcore mathletics.Profile »
Jodie Marie is that rarest of things: a refreshingly pure talent with a collection of deeply personal songs that manage to genuinely affect the listener.Profile »
The story: Toby moved into a flat with Transgressive Records signing Jeremy Warmsley, who in turn introduced him to fellow prospective flat-sharer, Johnny.Profile »
Marika's music channels something very different to the happy-clappy nature of recent folk hers is a far more potent vision in the lineage of Syd Barrett, but presented by an enigmatic beauty with a striking vocal delivery more akin to that of Cat Power deftly exploring an unsmiling bereft landscape.
Ensconced by their 13-minute epics and mad desire for adventure within music, we signed one of our favourite ever bands to a one-off single, the inimitable 'Zoo Time'/'Lizzy's Lion' package, before waving them off to pastures new....Profile »
Neon Indian is the brainchild of Alan Palomo, who's musical project has assisted the forming of a genre that, though known by a few names now (hypnagogic pop, glo-fi, chillwave), summoned a very unique and specific electro-mangled sound.Profile »
On a label rammed with great live acts, the Noisettes are always the band that no other band wants to follow.Profile »
Having subverted the mainstream since 2008, these soft handed punks have been causing quite a stir with their manic art-punk convulsion.Profile »
Darby Cicci, multi-instrumentalist and producer of critically acclaimed band The Antlers, is set for the debut of his solo project School of Night. The group's self-titled EP is out October 15 in the U.S. via Minus Green Records and October 14 in the rest of the world on Transgressive Records.
"It's a record about moving forward," says Peter Silberman. "Hospice was kind of all-encompassing for a while and Burst Apart feels like us moving on from it. Not to abandon it, but to keep it in its place and figure out what's next."Profile »
Theme Park are one of the most exciting new songwriting forces in our midst today, managing to attain that rare balance of feeling comfortingly familiar and yet not sounding like anyone else.Profile »
THUMPERS are comprised of long time friends Marcus Pepperell and John Hamson Jr. - their colourful, exuberant pop celebrates their innate musical kinship and shared memories from their childhood.
Two Door Cinema Club are one of the most exciting new bands we've stumbled along in a long while.
Gaggle is a spectacular all girl alt-choir that sing songs to strip the skin from your bones and scare the bejeezus out of you.Profile »
You know you're on to something when you settle down to describe an artist who attempts to meld the lyrical folk of Elliot Smith, with the violent outbursts of Lightning Bolt and the jam stylings of the Grateful Dead.Profile »