Author: CR Staff

Blondie ‘Long Time’ Video

As music legends Blondie gear up for the release of their new album ‘Pollinator’, they have shared the video for their latest single ‘Long Time’. Still maintaining their undeniably cool factor, the band perform the track in sometimes stark black and white clips whilst other scenes feature shots of NYC. ‘Long Time’ is directed by Dikayl Rimmasch. Check it out.

Gurr ‘Ode to Oatmeal’ Video

We are lovers of oatmeal just as much as anyone else, however Berlin-based duo Gurr have taken it to the next level with their video ‘Ode to Oatmeal’. Directed by Luis Krummenacher, the ladies perform the song whilst relishing in the fact that oatmeal is basically falling down on them like rain. Of course the next reasonable thing to do would be to take a bath in a tub of milk, which is exactly what happens. Now in regards to the monkey puppet that pops up in the video, we can’ quite comment Read more […]

Aniya ‘Demon’ Video

After recently sharing her debut single ‘Demon’, London singer Aniya now unveils the video for the track. The dark visuals features Aniya and a dancer fighting themselves as various words such as pain and doubt are written across their bodies. In a press statement regarding the video, Aniya wrote: “I wanted to show the constant battle people face when having these self-doubting and destructive thoughts, and the impact it can have on someone. You can’t numb the demon, but you can learn Read more […]

Mozart’s Sister ‘Bump’ Video

Caila Thompson-Hannant, known by her moniker Mozart’s Sister, brings forth a sparkling dose of electronic pop with her latest track ‘Bump’. Whilst the song itself is definitely on the experimental side of the genre, the video for the tune is a weird animation which features jumping bizarre looking animals, button-pushing fingers and more. It’s sort of like going through a three minute trip through wonderland…literally.

Ghostpoet Returns with ‘Immigrant Boogie’

It’s been two years since Mercury-nominated artist Ghostpoet released his critically acclaimed album ‘Shedding Skin’. Having consistently taken his sound in various directions, the magical question was, where would Ghostpoet sonically venture with a new release? His new single ‘Immigrant Boogie’ finds the South London native treading the waters of darker, post-punk-driven production. Touching on the delicate topic of men and women crossing borders for a better life, the haunting soundscape provides the perfect backing for Ghostpoet’s narrative which coincides brilliantly with the current political climate.

Stream Colour of Spring’s New Shoegaze Cut ‘Echoes’

Having dropped a number of records over the past two years, Leeds band Colour of Spring return with another hazy shoegaze cut titled ‘Echoes’. Taken from their self-titled EP landing April 21 on House of Love Records, the tune, stacked with fuzzy guitar riffs and the serene vocals of Shane Hunter, is perfectly fitting for a mellow summer day in the sun as the content revolves around stepping out of the blissful moments as a child and now transitioning into adulthood, and everything that comes with it.

EMA Shares Her Powerful Single ‘Aryan Nation’

Never one to shy away from important political or sociological topics, Portland-based artist Erika M. Anderson aka EMA makes her return with another slice of commentary with her new track ‘Aryan Nation’. Placing a spotlight on places in Middle America where anger towards others has been manifested through hard times resulting in a twisted form of patriotism, the song is taken from EMA’s forthcoming LP ‘Exile In The Outer Ring’, out August 25 via City Slang Records. Below is a lyric video of the track which was created by Aaron Anderson and Eric Timothy Carlson.

Listen to CHILDCARE’s Latest Indie Track ‘Dust’

Dealing with the subject of the end of all mankind isn’t necessarily the first topic of conversation at the dinner table. However, in their latest single ‘Dust’, CHILDCARE’s take on the gloomy issue for some reason has a positive side. If you never achieve certain goals in life such as bring wealthy, physically looking a certain way or what have you, the London band’s message is, have no fear, soon will reach their demise. Whilst on the surface it doesn’t appear to be the most optimistic, the stripped back indie cut sways with an undeniable groove that almost makes you look forward to the coming occurrence.

Cherée Shares Her Dazzling Cut ‘For Me’

London vocalist Cherée follows-up her silky track ‘I Will Be There’ with a future forward splash of electronica and soul entitled ‘For Me’. Bouncy drums, a deep shifting bass line and lightly spread synths are the back palette as Cherée’s soulful voice guides the track like a Captain comfortably controlling a ship through the night. Her best song yet, ‘For Me’ is peppy and insanely melodic treat from the rising star. Touching on the track Cherée wrote: “‘For Me’ was about me trusting Read more […]

Stream Sharkmuffin’s ‘Scully Is A Sharkmuffin’

When it comes to music on the heavier sound of punk, drone and more, NYC punk duo Sharkmuffin have no problem delivering it to the fullest. With their new album ‘Tsuki’ landing May 5th via Little Dickman Records, the Brooklyn band have shared a new song entitled ‘Scully Is A Sharkmuffin’. A powering blast of sludge-thundering rock, streaking guitars and echoing screams help drive this haunting bit that hits you like a blow to the chest. Below is a stream of ‘Scully Is A Sharkmuffin’. Have a listen.