Author: Simon Lucas-Hughes

Weekly Roundup: Kate Brunotts, Ian Huschle, General Crush, Deva St. John and more

Kate Brunotts – Gemini Opening with Bon Iver-esque vocal samples, Kate Brunotts’ new single ‘Gemini’ quickly builds an experimental Alt-Pop soundscape before her haunting vocals enter the fray. Moving through punching vintage electronic drums and reverby atmospherics, the track builds towards it’s breath-taking instrumental sections. Like a more accessible GRIMES, Kate has a really original, …

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Canadian Rock ‘n’ Roller Rich Chambers Share’s New Single ‘High School Can’t Last Forever’

Canadian Rocker, Rich Chambers takes us on a nostalgia trip with his new single ‘High School Can’t Last Forever’. Conjuring images of both American Pie and back to the future, the track encompasses elements of both Pop-Punk as well as classic Rock ‘n’ Roll with an undeniable sense of energy and enjoyment in the songs …

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Weekly Roundup: Raeya, Emma Danelon, Domo Wilson & More

Raeya – Escape Nashville Electro-Pop artist Raeya exploded onto the scene a few months ago with her single ‘Just Wanna Say’. Now back with the follow up ‘Escape’, she once again delivers on her promise with another etherial, affecting alt-pop tune that stays with you well after the first listen. Reminiscent of Imogen Heap, Raeya’s …

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Norwegian Dream Pop Newcomer Yndling Shares Stunning New Single ‘Out Of My Way’

Showcasing atmospheric dream-pop that’s full of impact an depth and ingenuity, Norway’s Yndling has unleashed the intoxicating new single ‘Out Of My Way’. Despite being only her third single release, the track demonstrates such a complete and thoroughly well thought out sound that it’s hard to believe Yndling is not already a household name. Opening …

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Turtle Tempo Weekly Roundup: Rush Midnight, Marlee Quirarte, The Jacks and more

Rush Midnight – Take The Long Way Having already made waves in music press, LA duo Rush Midnight are no strangers to success. Their unique blend of indie-pop and bass led nu-funk has seen them gain features in the likes of Pitchfork and The Guardian; with such prowess on display on the new single ‘Take …

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Turtle Tempo Weekly Roundup: Joe Traxler, I Am Boleyn, Richard Orofino and more

Here’s a selection of tracks that have made us giddy this week: Joe Traxler – Don’t Dance Opening this week’s roundup is the ultra-cool Joe Traxler with his new Indie-Funk bop ‘Don’t Dance’. Floating in with boxy, slap-back delayed drums before settling into a chilled, bass led groove ‘Don’t Dance’ instantly sets the tone under …

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Turtle Tempo Weekly Roundup: Punk Angel, Orchards, JK The Sage And More

Here’s a selection of some of the best tracks that we’ve discovered this week: Punk Angel – Karma Starting this weeks roundup off with an etherial beauty, Punk Angel’s new single ‘Karma’ is an excellent example of psychedelic Dream-Pop. Opening with echoy layers of vocal harmonies, Punk Angel instantly sets a moody atmospheric tone before …

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Bowling Shoes – DoomScroller Album Review

Alt-Pop 4 piece Bowling Shoes have just released their second album ‘DoomScroller’, a collection of intricate new tracks that showcases some of the bands finest work. Opening with the funk laden ‘Donut Phone’, the 7 track album starts as it means to go on, layering intertwining guitar licks with airy synths, flowing bass and swinging …

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Toronto Singer-Songwriter Chris Grey Shares New Electro-Pop Single ‘I Should Be Happy’

Transcending genres with his knack for fusing massive Electronic-Pop synths, with elements of Indie and swinging electronic beats, Chris Grey’s new single ‘I Should Be Happy’ highlights his ability as a producer as well as a songwriter and potential hit maker. Pairing an ear-worm vocal line with his velvety-smooth vocal tone, “I Should Be Happy” …

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Turtle Tempo Weekly Roundup: Dutch Criminal Record, Hunter James And The Titanic, DIYA And More

Here’s a selection of some of the best tracks that we’ve discovered this week: Dutch Criminal Record – Hey Charlie  Coming just ahead of their new 5 track EP ‘It’s Gonna Be Okay’, Dutch Criminal Record’s latest offering ‘Hey Charlie’ see’s them at their vibrant, uplifting best. With layers of bright, modulation tinted guitars, a …

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