‘I Shouldn’t Have Said That’ is the spiky new single from The Lovely Eggs. The song is a reminder that the duo has been in the studio recording their next album, working with Flaming Lips producer Dave Fridmann.
Normanton Street expertly blend multiple styles from hip-hop, soul, disco and garage to form a natural sound that will be hard to ignore, even for the most loyal rock fans. It’s Been A While sees the band go even further beyond those styles.
‘Citizen’ is the latest single from jazz-funk maestros Late TV. With an intro that sounds like the opening music to a low budget, high octane American detective TV show; it is difficult to take seriously at first. But, luckily the tackiness of those dramas isn’t reflected throughout Late TV’s music. The song is an unusual blend of jazz-funk and art-rock, which presents some complex and flamboyant …
New Zealand quartet Yumi Zouma return with their enchanting second album Willowbank. The record is the follow-up to 2016’s debut Yoncalla, and it promises to further raise the band’s profile. The members of the band are spread out across the globe, but, during the Christmas holidays, Yumi Zouma returned to their native Christchurch to graft …
If you’re in need of a summer chill out track that can also make you dance, then look no further. Duane Forrest’s latest track ‘Oceans’ has an infectious beat, partly due to the remix by Rhythm Slaves.
The Vex have treated us to the video for their latest single ‘Education Kills’. From the outset it has clear similarities to ‘London Calling’ by The Clash.
Since November are a futuristic electro-pop band from Helsinki. They are at the start of their journey, with ‘Star System’ being their debut single. The band use all types of art, from aural to visionary, to inspire them.
In June, The Fin. released their latest single ‘Pale Blue,’ but now the band are treating us to a remix of their song ‘Afterglow’. If you haven’t already heard last month’s release, ‘Pale Blue’ is perfect for any summer playlist, and ‘Afterglow’ is on the same wave length.
Wake Child is a band that demonstrates serious potential. The band’s members trained at the famous Berklee College of Music, but Wake Child’s roots are solely improvisational. So far, the band have said they will only be releasing singles. But hopefully, that will change soon. Because if the rest of their music is as exciting …
Orange Soul brings us a dose of pop-infused folk in the form of new single ‘The Haze’. The Brighton-based duo is brothers Henry and John Tydeman, The epic nature of the composition gives the song a movie soundtrack quality. But, despite their young age, the pair has mastered the ability to create eerie vocal harmonies.