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Yelle Return with Their New Single ‘Romeo’

Having dropped the tracks ‘Ici & Maintenant (Here & Now)’ and ‘Interpassion’ throughout the year, pop band Yelle make their return with an upbeat and sultry new single titled ‘Romeo’. A vibrant dash of club and pop, singer Julie Budet gives it that golden French touch, making it incredibly catchy and infectious. Apparently there is a new album forthcoming next year, but for now you can watch a lyric video of ‘Romeo’ below. Read more […]

Stream Hanna Turi’s ‘Four Leaf Clover’

Releasing her debut LP ‘Some Old Tapes’ back in 2011, Hanna Turi has experienced an elevated growth throughout the years. Her 2015 second album ‘Tracks In The Water’ was welcomed with loads of praises among the press. Turi has now returned with her latest offering ‘Four Leaf Clover’. The song is a bouncy yet gentle pop piece dripping with a notch of R&B. A lovely shift in sound, hopefully this is an indication of a new album on the way.

FELIN Unveil Their Latest Cut ’21st Century’

Stockholm’s FELIN have consistently delivered high-quality music and visuals as one solid package for the past couple years now. With the sonics of Elin Blom and combined with the imagery of photographer and director Fredrik Etoall, the result has been the perfect way pop and rock should be presented. With their self-titled EP definitely pushing up the levels, the pair return with an ode to freedom in their new track ’21st Century’. Taking the Scandi-pop sound and adding a bit of edge to it, Read more […]

Högni Steps Forth with His Cinematic Track ‘Crash’

Iceland’s Högni recently unveiled news of the release of his new album ‘Two Trains’, which is scheduled to land October 20th on the Erased Tapes label. To further build the anticipation, he has now shared a new track titled ‘Crash’. An intensity of weighty synths push forward whilst gorgeous, cinematic strings dance around the production creating a balanced and otherwordly soundscape.

Yves Murasca & Rosario Galati Have Dropped Their Single Package ‘The Light’

Although both respective producers in their own right, there is something magical that happens when Yves Murasca and Rosario Galati come together. Their recent collaboration cut ‘From The Stars’ was an uplifitng taste of house and now the pair have returned with a new release titled ‘The Light’. Enlisting Chasing Kurt for vocals, the single is a euphoric feel of deep and tech-layered house music for the soul. The package includes remixes courtesy of Superlover and Keyano. ‘The Light’ is currently out now via Kittball Records.

Lea Porcelain Share the Ruede Hagelstein & Amin Fallaha Remix of ‘Similar Familiar’

Berlin-based duo Lea Porcelain’s ‘Hymns To The Night’ is already in the running for our list of top albums of the year. A flawless presentation of post-punk, the band ar now gearing up for their forthcoming ‘Lea Porcelain Remixed’ EP. Having already shared Scuba’s killer rework of ‘Warsaw Street’, they now unveil the Ruede Hagelstein & Amin Fallaha versionof ‘Similar Familiar’. Keeping the main, huskly synths of the original, they transform the cut into an eerie 4×4 bit that whilst deep and dark, is just as open and spacicous.

Stream Lyves’ Moody Cut ‘Holding Back’

Releasing her debut EP ‘Like Water’ at the top of this year, London singer Lyves returns with the moody and emotive single ‘Holding Back’. The slow, hazey tune whips around a haunting space of soul that is heartfelt and moving. With echoing vocals lifted by melancholic piano play, ‘Holding Back’ is a brilliant comeback for the rising star. Have a listen.

Listen to Outsider’s Spirited Single ‘Míol Mór Mara’

Incorporating English and Gaeilge in his lyrics, Irish artist Outsider has shared his explosive single ‘Míol Mór Mara’. What launches as an emotive beginning quickly transcends into a monumental powerhouse of post-punk and alternative that hit straight to the chest. The song is featured on the FIFA 18 Soundtrack. Regarding ‘Míol Mór Mara’, Outsider stated: “The song is about a child with downs syndrome I worked with when I was suffering from huge heartbreak and it had a profound influence Read more […]

Palm Honey Share Their Two-Part Track ‘Starving Hysterical Naked’

Reading band Palm Honey have shared their new two-part single ‘Starving Hysterical Naked’. An homage to the Allen Ginsberg’s poem ‘HOWL’, the band delve into a deep and dark abyss of heavy post-punk and psychedelic. Flowing with an uncanny intensity, the group hold no punches, leaping into some of the their best work yet. ‘Starving Hysterical Naked’ is out September 29th via Untitled Recs. Have a listen. Read more […]