Month: October 2021

Eva Westphal Shares Beautiful & Defiant New Single ‘Things Don’t Fit’

New York singer-songwriter Eva Westphal shares the beautiful, Folk infused Indie-Pop track ‘Things Don’t Fit’. Capturing an essence of the recent Aaron Dessner produced, genre bending Taylor Swift albums which saw the Pop-Star find depth in emotion and an experimental edge, Eva has also tapped into a well of inspiration that see’s her produce a …

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Weekly Roundup: Kan Wakan, Nana Razaia, Pearl & more

Kan Wakan – No Sweat Off My Back Capturing an essence of 4AD alumni SOHN, Kan Wakan’s new single ‘No Sweat Off My Back’ is a stunning, melancholic beauty. Modulated synths, gentle yet pulsing beats, dappled arpeggiators and thoughtful guitar lines build an atmospheric, Thom Yorke-esque soundscape under Kan’s pinpoint, breathy falsetto vocals as they …

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London Rockers The Howlers Team Up With Chalkpit Cassette Club For Exclusive Cassette Release

London based desert rockers, The Howlers have teamed up with Isle of Wight Indie Record Label Chalkpit Cassette Club for a limited edition physical cassette of their latest EP ‘The Sum Of Fears’. A six track release which includes the unreleased bonus track ‘Im An Animal’, the cassettes are released as an exclusive 150 copy …

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Album Review: Ian Huschle – Had a Vision Once

Sitting somewhere between Bon Iver, Sufjan Stevens and Smashing Pumpkins, Ian Huschle’s new album ‘Had a Vision Once’ is delicate, smudgy and messy – packed with heart, warmth and is an absolute joy to listen to. It’s a deeply personal collection of tracks, close, like you’re rattling around in Ian’s mind whilst listening to these …

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Norwegian Singer-Songwriter HM Johnsen Shares Moving New Single ‘Alone’

Norwegian singer-songwriter HM Johnsen has undergone a musical transformation in recent years: from making blues, to rock, to his  moving into experimental indie. Now back with the new electronic and indie infused ballad ‘Alone’, Johnsen is once again evolving his style further.  Opening with soft piano under his warming vocals, ‘Alone’ instantly sets a vulnerable …

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Weekly Roundup: The Silver Bars, Dragonfruit, Miko & More…

The Silver Bars – The Morning The Silver Bars capture an element of 2,000’s indie on their new single ‘The Morning’. There’s a great sense of humour that permeates the track, from the eery intro to the upbeat chorus which is contrasted with the earworm vocal line as the words ‘I won’t bullshit you I …

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