North London-based singer-songwriter Katharsis may just prove to a name to keep a eye out for this year, if the soloist’s debut single ‘Come With Me’ is anything to go by. With vocals reminiscent of Meadowlark’s Kate McGill and a delicately layered electro infusion which draws comparisons to the likes of Amber Bain of The Japanese …
After catching our attention with one of the most unforgettable releases of 2017 in ‘Birthday’, Liverpudlian quartet We Were Glue have firmly put their stamp on 2018, with ’Stuck In Love’.
Enchanting synths and atmospheric shimmers into Brisbane native Yoste’s new musical offering. ‘Arc’ is an expansive electronic track that’s dripping with tropical pop influences without the cliché mainstream filter.
Written by lead singer James Newbigging about his once unborn neice Freya, Marsicans’ new single ‘Wake Up Freya’ heart-warmingly tiptoes alluringly and delicately around the promise and potential of a new life, a new story.
Kadija Kamara has just dropped her latest single ‘Nothing Left to Lose’, the title track on her brand new EP. The single is beautifully crafted, with Kadija’s powerful and soulful vocals over a stunning rock guitar riff that you just can’t not love.
There’s not much on Stevie Wolf online at the moment, but we’re pretty sure that’s soon to change. What we do know is that Stevie likes doing things a little differently.
Brighton-based Twilight Driving has all the qualities that make a decent indie-pop band. Their latest single ‘Soft & Pink’ tells of the hardships of falling in love. The story comes alive in the lyrics, giving the song a Bruce Springsteen/Brian Fallon feel. Add those powerful vocals to the confident and hook-driven guitars and you’ve got …
Geowulf first garnered some impressive acclaim back in 2016 when they released their debut single ‘Saltwater’. Two years later, (and millions of streams later) the band are gearing up to release their first LP – titled ‘Great Big Blue’.
Prior to their sold-out UK tour in November, Milky Chance dropped the video for fan favourite ‘Bad Things’, lifted off of their second album Blossom. The nu-folk trio has enlisted the help of rising star Izzy Bizu, who released her debut album last year to much critical acclaim.
Aylesbury-based band Blushes experiment and infuse their music with a criss-cross of individually influenced genres, including Pop, RnB and Post-Punk. Blended together seamlessly with male-female driven vocals in their edgy, and possibly their darkest release to date in ‘Honey’.