London trio Dream Wife are a group of rockers that we have been championing since their ‘EP1’ release. Fusing the sounds of punk and pop, the band have gained a huge following around the world, earning a number of fans in the music biz who are heavyweights in their own right.
Judging from all of the tracks that Ghostpoet has shared taken from his new LP ‘Dark Days & Canapés’, we’re definitely in for a pleasurable ride. Whilst his lead single ‘Immigrant Boogie’ found the South London native tapping into a post-punk sound, his latest song ‘Dopamine If I Do’ is a jazzy and gorgeously constructed piece flowing with lush strings and piano play that reflects Ghostpoet’s continued growth as a well-rounded artist.
Nashville band The By Gods have uneviled their new single ‘Wait Up’, which is taken from their forthcoming album Move On, out October 20th. Way starts off as a feel-good helping of alternative, explodes with streaking guitar riffs, lending to a heavier rock sound.
Bootblacks have brought forth a cutting slice of post-punk and cold wave with their latest track ‘Hold & Dissolve’. Dark with an intense driving of shifting synths, yet maintaining 4×4 drums to provide a dance element, the track takes a nod at the early work of Depeche Mode, yet fitting for the present day.
Carmen Villain and experimental art-pop star Jenny Hval have come together for the haunting track ‘Borders’. Dark in production, the mood of the song brilliantly coincides with the climate of these modern times in which Villian touches on – racism, fear and the idea of border patrols. Ghostly vocals float around the tune as Hval adds her magic to the chorus, making this nothing short of a brilliant piece of work.
Swedish artist Summer Heart has shared his latest single titled ‘Follow’. Taken from his forthcoming LP ‘101’, the track is a chilled and soothing pop piece with a bit of an upbeat spark that again is flows with a cool brisk like the autumn season.
With their self-titled debut LP forthcoming September on 8th Suicide Squeeze Records, punk band L.A. Witch have shared another track taken from the LP. Their latest cut ‘Drive Your Car’ is a smoked-out and hazy dash of garage rock and punk, equipped with reverb-splashed vocals and sun-filled guitars, something that fans have grown to expect from the Los Angeles-based trio. Touching on the song, “‘Drive Your Car’ was written about power and being in control. I borrowed my ex boyfriend’s Read more […]
If Chicago’s DJ Pierre never created another record in his life, he can rest easy knowing that he played a hugely important role in house music. Pioneering the sound of acid as a member of Phuture, the sound went on to spread worldwide, with many producers currently still trying to push the style of house. With a debut album finally forthcoming, DJ Pierre has revisited his classic 1991 cut ‘Generate Power’, giving it an updated makeover. Joining forces yet again with the Get Physical imprint Read more […]
Back in 2015 Canadian band Sc Mira dropped their killer record ‘Waiting Room Baby’ which whipped around the sounds of indie, alternative and a sort of folk-like styling which the band have dubbed death pop. Gaining traction, the next couple years found the band back in the studio working on new songs which would manifest itself into the forthcoming ‘Keep Crawling’ EP. Set to land September 22nd, the group have shared the lead-off track entitled ‘Mexico’. Slightly peppier stylistically with a Read more […]
London band Wolf Alice have shared the video for their single ‘Don’t Delete the Kisses’. What you have here are two lovers who practically are using every moment whilst riding the train to kiss one another uncontrollably. It gets so bad that riders next to them have to move. Now for anyone who has more than enough experience riding London transport knows that it’s not always the most pleasurable experience, let alone having to deal with two people jumping on each other like horny rabbits. But then again, maybe we should all adopt that loving attitude.