Norway’s Dagny delivers a touch of vibrant pop with her current single ‘Wearing Nothing’. Whilst we’re sure that every guy reading this will get worked up simply by the title and quite frankly Dagny herself, the song delves deeper than ripping one’s clothing off. Upbeat and utterly catchy, you can keep your fantasies locked in your mind whilst grooving to the track. Have a listen. Read more […]
Raised in South London, RHEA makes her debut with a whirling of soulful electronica titled ‘Dreams’. Spacey with Hip-Hop drums bouncing underneath fuzzy synths and RHEA’s echoing vocals, ‘Dreams’ will definitely get your head nodding as you fall into a lovely zone. You can listen to the track below. Enjoy! Read more […]
Poet and singer Sam Frankl draws inspiration from the housing crisis of London, specifically the Heygate Estate, for his latest song ‘Gold Rush’. Writing from the standpoint of a resident soon to lose his home, Frankl delivers a powerful and crafty piece of music, calling a sense of urgency to a matter that affects thousands in the city of London. Touching on ‘Gold Rush’, Sam Frankl stated: “The Heygate Estate was in the process of being demolished. It was once the largest housing estate Read more […]
Leeds band Colour Of Spring have unveiled the second single taken from their self-titled EP entitled ‘Love’. A whistful and airy shoegaze offering, the song cruises like a convertible on the road of a warm summer’s eve, eventually building up with lifting guitars and rumbling drums. The single is released via House of Love Records. Regarding ‘Love’, Shane Hunter of Colour Of Spring mentioned: “Love is about the initial prospect of being in love, where everything is confusing, awkward and Read more […]
Electronic producer Emika raised the levels with the release of her orchestral album ‘Melanfonie’. Now she will perform her the LP live on June 30th during the Zsolnay Light Festiva at Kodaly Centre in Hungary. The show will include 3D mapped visuals along with guests which include the MÁV Symphony Orchestra, singer Marie Fajtova and Conductor Miriam Němcová.
Making their debut a few months back with the song ‘Shine’, Montreal band CHANCES return with a new single titled ‘Leave The Light On’. To call this track epic or magical would an understatement as the expansive production reaches multiple heights whilst the flowing of angelic vocals add the final beauty. ‘Leave The Light On’ is an example CHANCES confidently ready to take things to the next level. Have a listen. Read more […]
We have mentioned previously that Suffolk singer Eloïse is definitely an artist to keep watch on. Her latest single ‘California’ solidifies that statement. A wonderland of springing pop, Eloïse’s bold and confident delivery mixed with cinematic production backing makes this her best song yet, and to think she is only three tracks in. Have a listen down below. Read more […]
Brooklyn-based duo Early Riser have unveiled their latest tune ‘Find Me For the Waltz’. Taken from their forthcoming LP ‘Currents’, the song is a comforting slice of indie folk that dances (no pun intended) in an organic manner, provoking nothing but a feel-good impression. Below is a stream of ‘Find Me For the Waltz’. Check it out.
The Kills have announced the release of their new EP ‘Echo Home – Non-Electric’. Schduled to land June 2. Recorded at Electric Lady Studios, the record celebrates the 15 years since the band’s ‘Black Rooster’ EP. Aside from a digital release, there will also be limited edition 10″ vinyls available for purchase on August 18th. Included on the EP is an acoustic cover version of Rihanna’s ‘Desperado’, which was shared via an acoustic performance video.
Birmingham band Pleasure House is a name should get familiar with. Dropping their ‘Show Your Colours’ last year, the group have been definitely ringing bells in the Midlands. Gearing up for the release of their new ‘Sentient’ EP, out on the 26th of May, the group have shared their new track ‘Father’s Son’. A well-crafiting of alternative, the tune follows their recently shared cut ‘Mind Control’.