“[Killing Moon has] curated another new music essential” – DIY

“Wonderful stuff from hugely-respected indie label Killing Moon” – Shortlist

“Essential for getting ahead on the new music curb and for maxing out your playlist” – Drunken Werewolf

“Killing Moon is a family of artists and new music lovers and pushers who seem to care about one thing; good music” – The 405

“Full of emerging music makers…it is an art form” – Amazing Radio

“One good song can launch an artist’s career if it reaches the right ears, and making sure it does is what [Killing Moon] aims to do” – Music Week

‘This compilation once again proves how vital Killing Moon are to the new music spectrum’ – When The Gramophone Rings

‘The heads behind Killing Moon don’t hold back [to] add bulk to anyone’s playlist’ – TMRW Magazine


Killing Moon are thrilled to announce the release of New Moons: Volume IX on Monday  8th January 2018 as a digital album!


The ‘New Moons’ series it’s approaching its 10th birthday, with the ninth compilation in a row –  still providing new great music to its fans with twenty-two fresh tracks.

2017 sees Killing Moon celebrate its sixth year of existence. Starting off as a nearly-award-winning blog in 2012 (which itself has been cited as launching the careers of Foxes, Alt J, Royal Blood and many more), Killing Moon has since expanded into a successful record label, artist management company, and live promoter.

Killing Moon has in its lifespan received press plaudits ranging from Music Week and Billboard to London In Stereo and When The Gramophone Rings, as well as praise from radio remits such as Radio 1, Radio X, 6Music and Amazing Radio for its ability to be the first to detect new musical brilliance across a range of genres and develop those artists.

The ideals and tenacity of Killing Moon, as well as the tendency to punch above its own weight, find themselves embodied in the highly successful New Moons compilation series. Artists appearing on previous Volumes include Slaves, Fickle Friends, Laurel, Racing Glaciers, Carnival Kids, Magic Man, Fatherson, Tall Ships, HUNTAR, SYKES, Ecca Vandal, The Hearts, Pale Honey, Model Aeroplanes, WØLFFE, Draper, Puppy, Salt Ashes, VITAMIN, Tora, Nadine Shah, Meadowlark and many more.


1.     SHE “Body Talk”

2.     Bad Pop “Linda Ronstadt”

3.     Fizzy Blood “ADHD”

4.     ZoZo “I Won’t Leave Your Bed Tonight”

5.     Beach Riot “She’s a Hurricane”

6.     Bat and Ball “It Goes In”

7.     Moses “Wake Up”

8.     Annabel Allum “Spit”

9.     Parker “Doubles”

10. Draper “Worst of Us”

11. Pale Honey “Golden”

12. Beasts “Creature”

13. Mantra “Hypochondria”

14. Johnny Kills “My Shirt Guy is High”

15. Ifi Ude “Love is Stronger”

16. Alluri “Endukala”

17. The Solars “Goddess of the Suburbs”

18. Heavy Heart “Fruit Fly”

19. Harley Alexander “Tiny Bricks”

20. Lucy “Taste of Soap”

21. Annie Hart “Hard to be Still”

22. Chris Lee + The Wreck House “Misery”