Celebrating the art of creativity, labels Milk! Records and Bedroom Suck have come together for the release of ‘Split Singles Club’, a collection of 7″ singles featuring 12 Australian artists. One of those would be Melbourne singer Courtney Barnett, whose song ‘How To Boil An Egg’ is a catchy and dreamy soundtrack to hard luck. Whilst the content may be a bit melancholic, the indie folk tune is truly a pleasurable work from one of music’s modern marvels. Have a listen.
Swedish band INVSN bring forth a hard-hitting dose of post-punk with their latest track ‘This Constant War’. Fiery with a sense of urgency the track is a sort of call to action during these turbulent times of politics. Hitting like a blow to the face, power-packed with lashing guitar riffs and double vocals, ‘This Constant War’ is like the inserting of new batteries in a machine, throttling with full power.
Brighton band White Room first stepped into the scene with their psych/punk/alternative cut ‘You’ll See’, the lead-off bit to their debut EP ‘Fizzy Liquid’. Since then, the group have gone on to release more shoegaze oriented tunes that have been no less stellar. Returning with their new double AA side record which includes the song ‘Stole The I.V’, White Room have shared their second some from the release entitled ‘Take Me Away’. The wind soaring track is sprinkled with bits of 90s alternative with a twist of modern psychedelic. White Room is surely a band who should be on your radar. Have a listen.
London’s Ghostpoet recently unveiled his latest single ‘Immigrant Boogie’, which in our opinion is one his best best recordings yet. The haunting post-punk inspired track now gets the visual treatment courtesy of Zhang + Knight. The video features a guy running from a perceived danger which isn’t necessarily apparent yet the apocalyptic environment suggests something of a brutal nature. With the song taking not only a nod at the recent crisis in Syria, but those around the globe who have put Read more […]
L.A.-based artist Bobby Saint is gearing up for the release of his ‘Unholy’ EP, out May 19th via Shoot To Kill Music. Giving fans a taste of what to expect, Saint has unveiled his soul meets funk rock single ‘Sexy’. Definitely not slacking on the production front, the Barbados-born singer delivers in epic proportions, making it easy to understand why he is rapidly becoming the talk among the media and music lovers alike.
Cristobal and the Sea will release their new album ‘Exitoca’ on Sept. 22nd via the City Slang imprint. Bringing forth the video to their song ‘Goat Flokk’ which is featured on the new album, the visuals consist of a guy and girl dressed in a full-body red costume whilst bouncing on medicine balls, a group of hooded men on a roof top and a masked guy dancing frantically before shooting a small dart at a woman. Directed by Elliott Arndt, it is a definitely on the trippier side of things.
L.A. band have announced the release of their second LP ‘Albeit Living’. Out July 4th, the ten song album follows their debut record ‘A Thousand Hands’. One of the songs featured on the upcoming work is the dark and heavy cut ‘One of These’. Shining the light on the subject of addiction, musically the track glides between revving post-punk and new wave. Loaded with raging guitar lines and thundering drums, this tune will surely raise a few pulses. You can stream ‘One of These’ below.
Launching her debut with the impressive single ‘Hell’, Little Rêd makes her return with her next offering ‘What Love Is’. A warm and bubbling pop treat exploring the question of love, the single is packed with charm and spirit, making it a strong comeback for the Bath-based singer and musician. Have a listen. Read more […]
A solid fixture in the Polish music scene, Piotr Bejnar has released his new LP simply titled ‘Album’. Comprised of twelve tracks, Bejnar creates a gumbo blend of experimental electronica, bass, dance, smokey jazz and more. Like a scientist in the lab, there is a high level of alchemy with his production as songs weave between unorthodox orchestrations to more semi-traditional pieces that embed classical down to bossa.
Tel Aviv aritst Noga Erez brings forth more impressive visuals with her latest video ‘Off The Radar’. Filmed in a basketball gym, strange beings judge even weirder participants in various sporting events. Stylishly shot, Erez continues to push the levels of thought and creativity across the board. ‘Off The Radar’ is the title track taken from her forthcoming debut LP out June 2nd via City Slang. Touching on the video, Noga Erez wrote: “The video takes place at a bizarre sports event where Read more […]