London-based Bryde has a musical weapon for a couple years now. Delivering everything from alt-pop to fiery rock, her forthcoming debut LP ‘Like An Island’ is definitely one of the highlights of this year. Her latest single ‘Peace’ finds the heroine yet again in optimal form, firing off a no-frills alternative sound that is electric and completely engaging. ‘Like An Island’ is out April 13th via Seahorse Music. Check it out.
The country of Norway may not be known to the rest of the world as a go to spot for reggae, but Ellen Sofie Mosebekk better known as Ellis is combining a bit of Nordic style with the sounds of Jamaica for her debut track ‘Ja Ja’, a cover of Johnny Osbourne’s ‘Jah Promise’. Produced by Snasen, Ellis sings in Norwegian over the sun-soaked dub reggae rework. With a voice that is smooth as honey, we’re excited to see that Ellis has coming in the near future. Have a listen.
NYC-based band Balún have announced the release of their forthcoming LP ‘Prisma Tropical’, landing this year via Good Child Music. They have also unveiled their latest single ‘El Espanto’. A sonic collage of sound, what starts off as a sunny flow of breezy electronica morphs into a drum and bass-powered piece of joyous pop. Have a listen.
Black Moth Super Rainbow have shared their new single ‘Baby’s in the Void’, which is taken from their upcoming album ‘Panic Blooms’, out May 4th on Rad Cult. Further experimenting with the sounds of pop and twisted electronica, this unorthodox and mind-spinning piece is a leap into the cosmos, built around shuttering synths and glitchy drum programming. We have a stream of ‘Baby’s in the Void’ down at the bottom.
Rising singer Caitlyn Scarlett brings forth the video to her single ‘Ornaments’. Shot on film, the visuals capture a day in the life of the singer whilst navigating in almost a lonley manner. With the song itself produced by Raf Riley , the track will be featured onhe r upcoming project ‘Red Tape, Vol. 2’.
Attaque delivers the official video for his ethereal track ‘Don’t Leave Me’. Filmed at night, here we have clips of two dancers unleashing some of their finest moves around the city. The track follows Attaque’s previously shared song ‘Over Not Yet’, which will all be featured on a forthcoming new album. Check it out. Read more […]
L.A. producer TOKiMONSTA has announced the release of her new ‘Lune Rouge Remixed’ album, landing April 6th on her label Young Art Records. The LP is a reworked version of her album ‘Lune Rouge’, which was released back in 2017. Producers who are featured on ‘Lune Rouge Remixed’ include Dâm-Funk, Sofi Tukker, Sam von Horn & Justin Jay, Hugo Massien, Plastic Plates and more.
London’s Esther Joy is definitely one of the more exciting acts out today, treading on the darker side of electronica. Having announced the release of forthcoming debut EP ‘The Acid Caves Vol 1.’, she returns with a futuritsic meeting of electronica, dance and hard-hitting trap. And while musically the track itself is a heavy-hitter for the raves, the content actually revolves around a story in which Esther Joy states:
London-based band Bamboo Smoke will release their new EP ‘Two Human’ this month. One of the songs featured on the record is this dreamy cut titled ‘Bailiff Love’. Using a serene soundscape as the foundation accompanied by the lush vocals of singer Lou, the track offers an complete musical peace throughout it’s almost two and a half minute duration.
Building a name for himself as the singer for the London band Dry the River, Peter Liddle steps out as a solo artist under the moniker P.D. Liddle. His first offering comes in the form of this incredibly touching song titled ‘You Shouldn’t Have Called’. Whilst an air of melancholy swarms around the tender acoustics under-layered with gentle strings and Liddle’s gripping vocals, ‘You Shouldn’t Have Called’ is an emotive and impacting tune that is truly a work of art. Have a listen. Read more […]