Crooked Teeth

“Classic British electronic music with an edge” Louder Than War

“All sharp edges and highly polished metallics – tune in now” Clash

“What Richard Ashcroft might have been getting his chops around had he spent his childhood obsessed with synthesisers” We Close Tonight

“A robust concoction of electronica” Born Music

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Cocoa Futures

‘Upbeat funkadelic pop’ - The Line of Best Fit

‘A joy from beginning to end’ - CMU Approved

‘Organic Grizzly Bear-esque percussion with the deep, permeating riffs of Foals’ - The 405

‘A bit Bowie. A bit Prince. It’s also kinda Talking Heads and kinda Hot Chip’ - Killing Moon

‘Impossibly catchy’ - Louder Than War

‘Drifting, mellowed-out synth pop with a bittersweet taste' - Clash

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Glassmaps

'A thumping return ' Clash
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"Summer Rain", is a bold and brazen track that presents a more psychedelic slant on the classic rock formula' The Line of Best Fit

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CHILDCARE

'Explosive from the off, a jagged guitar riff nailed against an anthemic vocal' Clash
'Dynamic post-Britpop, slacker rock riot' Euphoria
‘A tribute to British awkwardness’ Wonderland Magazine
‘Really fucking good' Indie Shuffle

 

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Bokito

“Perfectly oddball pop” Clash
“Powerful and impressive” Louder Than War
“Fantastic” Indie Shuffle
“Can’t be described but need to be heard, again and again” Right Chord Music

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'Through The Deep’ by The fin. is out now on Lost In The Manor records

We’re proud to announce that the second UK EP by our sumptuous Japanese signees The fin. is out today. The four-piece attracted plenty of love during their UK tour in May and, judging by the press reaction, this new five-track release is set to do likewise. Click below to purchase your copy of ‘Through The Deep’.

BUY ‘Through The Deep’ HERE


Praise for ‘Through The Deep’

“Their xx-meets-Jon Hopkins ambience sees The fin.’s cinematic tendencies take the fore” DIY

“Ethereal dream pop with an oriental sheen” ShortList

“Waves of synths wash across the record, while swirling, reverb-heavy guitars create its undercurrent” CMU Approved

“A five-track journey through the gossamer atmospherics of neo-psychedelia” Clash

 
WATCH the video to 'Through The Deep' 

The fin. return in May with a new EP and UK Tour, plus Great Escape date

The fin. will release their new EP 'Through The Deep' on 3 June. It's the band's second release in the UK on Lost In The Manor and has been picking up some sizzling reviews.

The Japanese group will also be playing a UK tour in May, which includes a gig at The Great Escape Festival in Brighton on Saturday 21st. The fin. are fresh from supporting The Last Shadow Puppets at Alex Turner and Miles Kane's Tokyo show.


See them play in your city in May:
12 Cardiff, UK - Gwdihw
13 London, UK - The Finsbury
14 Southampton, UK - The Alex
15 London, UK - Old Queens Head
19 Reading, UK - The Purple Turtle
21 Brighton, UK - The Great Escape
24 Hull, UK - Sesh @ The Polar Bear
26 London, UK - Tooting Tram & Social
27 Portsmouth, UK - The Edge of The Wedge

About The fin.
“At the end of the day, we just want to be seen as borderless.” Yuto Uchino.
Hailing from the vibrant Japanese port city of Kobe, The fin. are a reputed and singular attraction in their homeland due to their stylish Europhile blend of synth-pop, chillwave and dream-pop, complete with English lyrics addressing universal themes of everyday uncertainties. Often referenced alongside the likes of Beach House, Phoenix, Metronomy and M83, the quartet have, since forming in 2012, performed before thousands of rapturous fans at major Japanese festivals including Fuji Rock, Rising Sun and Viva La Rock. Not content with such acclaim in one country alone, Yuto Uchino (vocals and synths), Ryosuke Odagaki (guitar), Takayasu Taguchi (bass) and Kaoru Nakazawa (drums) set their sights worldwide and in 2015 embarked on a major tour of the US, which included a performance at SXSW, before making their first forays into Britain with a handful of dazzling shows in support of their debut UK EP, ‘Night Time’. Their much-anticipated return to these shores this spring comes in the wake of a second British release and a growing recognition that there’s an act of rare, sophisticated beauty creating a big noise in the East. It’s time to turn your gaze to The fin.  

 

 

Love Nor Money unveil gigs at Latitude Festival

Following the band's first two releases on Lost In The Manor, the buzz continues to grow around Love Nor Money. The group will be showcasing some of their new material on the BBC Introducing stage at Latitude Festival in July. Watch this space for news of further gigs and those hotly anticipated new releases.

 

The fin.

Waves of synths wash across the record, while swirling, reverb-heavy guitars create its undercurrentCMU Approved

Their xx-meets-Jon Hopkins ambience sees The fin.’s cinematic tendencies take the foreDIY

Featuring symphonic arpeggios, minimalist instrumentation and spaced-out vocals, The fin. truly capture a quiet euphoriaEarmilk

A mesmeric ebb and flowLittle Indie Blogs

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Love Nor Money

"Together their influences fuse into something special. New single 'Shake Me' formed part of the band's debut EP, and it's an intoxicating introduction blessed with outrageous levels of energy" Clash

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HOOHAs

"Why would you want to bother yourself with trying to be too clever when something as pure as this can be quite so effective on the earsWe Close Tonight

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