Toronto-based producer Kayobe has shared his hypnotic track ‘Sun Don’t Shine’ featuring the vocals of Olive B. According to Kayobe, the song was written on a rainy day. Whilst that may be the case, the fusion of ethereal ambience and ear-grabbing Hip-Hop undertones are as soothing as the warmth of the sun’s rays on a brisk morning. With Olive B. providing a high dose of sultry shimmer, there is everything to love about this single. Have a listen. Read more […]
Delivering music that is a head-on reflection of the social conditions of today’s world, London band Moderate Rebels have released their anticipated debut LP ‘The Sound of Security’. Comprised of thirteen tracks, the record uses the art of minimal vocals combined with post-punk and indie sonics to spark a sense or urgency to these chaotic times.
Having launched their short fashion film series ‘The Postman Dreams 2’ last month, the team at Prada now bring forth the second episode entitled ‘The Troublemaker’. The video features Sasha Frolova and Elijah Wood (who plays the postman) in a sort of cat and mouse chase. With Frolova constantly ducking and dodging him, Wood eventually catches up to her only to present her with a lovely Prada bag. ‘The Troublemaker’ is directed by Autumn de Wilde. Read more […]
Bristol artist Fenne Lily returns with a tender offering titled ‘For A While’. Scaling back with simply delicate acoustics and her angel-like vocals, the song is an airy and beautiful indie folk piece that yet again finds Lily at the top of her craft.
Fenne Lily is also gearing up for a few shows beginning the 17th of January at the Eurosonic Festival in Groningen. Check the listings below for dates and venues.
When it comes to pumping out recordings, the Godfather of grime himself Wiley, has always had a work rate that has been unmatched. Even though his critically acclaimed ‘Godfather’ album dropped in January of this year, the East London-raised artist is already slated to drop his new LP ‘Godfather II’ in March of 2018.
Having already given fans a taste of the forthcoming album with his single ‘Call The Shots’, Wiley now unleashes another track called ‘Bar’, which features the likes of D Double E and fellow Roll Deep comrade Scratchy. Pounding with deep bass hits and fuzzy synths, ‘Bar’ is premium Wiley, completely driving down his lane, which at this point might as well be the certified named road. Have a listen.
UKG legends Original Dodger fka Artful Dodgers keep the glorious sounds of UK Garage alive with their latest single ‘Find Space’. Enlisting the charismatic singer Shakka to provide the vocals, the soulful cut harks back to the classic sound of garage at it’s purest with a milky groove that is just enough for the dance floor. The song was premiered recently by BBC Radio 1 Presenter Mistajam. Check it out. Read more […]
Harriette Pilbeam better known as Hatchie, has been a fave among critics stemming back to her track ‘Try’. Bringing forth her second single ‘Sure’ a few weeks back, she unveils the video for the track. Directed by Joe Agius, Hatchie performs the song with her band on a set decorated with flickering television sets. Yellow lighting help to create an atmosphere that matches her dreamy sound. Have a look. Read more […]
London band Indigo Husk have shared their latest video ‘Waste of a Year’. Whilst the boys describe the track itself as a break up song, the lead companion in the video is well, a mannequin. Now as strange as many people may think that is, what’s really the difference between a stiff mannequin and an ex who is soulless and hollow inside? We’re just posing the question. ‘Waste of a Year’ is directed by Andy King. Read more […]
With Luke and Lucie Meier stepping forth with their new collection for Jil Sander, director Wim Wenders has captured the attire in a new series of short fashion films. Shot in Berlin, episode one features a man who patiently waits for a woman to join him at a location as they immediately begin to undress seconds after her arrival. Considering that the film ends there, the mystery looms as to how far they go. Read more […]
Australian singer ILUKA taps into the lifting spirit of Motown-esque soul with her latest single ‘Sympathy’. One of those jump out of your seat tracks, full of lively energy, marching drums and blazing horns are all led by ILUKA’s sharp and soaring voice. ‘Sympathy’ is one of those feel-good tunes that can raise the dead from their grave and force them to start dancing with joy.