London band Wolf Alice are on the verge of releasing their anticipated sophomore album ‘Visions Of A Life’, which lands September 29th. Having recently shared the video for their song ‘Beautifully Unconventional’, the group now unveil a cut entitled ‘Heavenward’. Mountainous in terms of production which is standard in every bit of Wolf Alice fashion, the song is another lovely precursor to the upcoming LP.
Glasgow-based duo BDY_PRTS have stepped up with a lush, new electro-driven single called ‘Warrior’. Blending an 80s pop sensibility with upbeat drums, post-punk guitars and husky synths, the pair have spawned a sound that leaps into the future whilst simultaneously fostering a nostalgia of the past. ‘Warrior’ is taken from their upcoming album ‘Fly Invisible Hero’, scheduled to get released November 24th on the Aggrocat imprint. Check it out.
London multi-instrumentalist and singer Darwish boasts a CV that includes playing for Sting, Imelda May and more. However, as a solo act, his music explodes with sheer vibrancy. Having presented his jazzy song ‘No Intention To Fall’ last year, Darwish has now shared his latest tune ‘This City’. Whilst embedded with a heavy jazz backing, he pushes the sound into more experimental territory, fusing afro-beat guitar riffs, twisting synths and thick funk bass lines into the mix. The song will be featured on Darwish’s upcoming EP, with his debut album ‘Reclamation’ following next year. You can stream ‘This City’ down at the bottom.
DJ and producer Ortella understands the roots of house music. Having released records on the Rutilance label, as well as Deeply Rooted House, the French act has dropped his latest work ‘Music Is My Shelter’ via Mad Recordings. Diving into the core of soulful New York house with thumping drum kicks and sleek piano stabs that could have easily been made for the infamous NYC nightclub The Shelter. A sure nod to the 90s, ‘Music Is My Shelter’ is not the house recording that you want to hear, but Read more […]
NYC rockers High Waisted definitely know how to party it up. Aside from making our lives look totally stale by comparison, the four piece outfit have been owning the New York underground scene for years now. Their debut LP ‘On Ludlow’ was a masterpiece and the band also delivered a pretty hot playlist for ColoRising Mixes: 26. Now taking their sound to a higher level, High Waisted have released their new 7″ record ‘Free Throw/Firebomb’.
Bassist Jennie Vee spends her time navigating between recording solo material and playing with Eagles of Death Metal. Releasing her debut album ‘Spying’ back in 2015, the Canadian-born artist will not drop her new EP ‘Suffer’ on September 22nd via WaxRomantix Records. ‘Hospital Bed’, the first single from the upcoming record, is a guitar-heavy dealing of shoegaze and garage/punk fitting firmly together in a tight package with Vee’s vocal melodies adding a touch of pop to the tune. We have a stream of ‘Hospital Bed’ which you can check out down at the bottom.
Three years after working on her debut album, singer, musician and composer Sephine Llo will finally unveil her record ‘I, Your Moon’ on October 27th. Dedicated to her late husband, Llo has shared her single ‘Paper Thin’, which will be featured on the forthcoming LP. Experimental yet intricate production fostering a fairy tale-like soundscape often times fluctuating from joyous to melancholic. Factor in Sephine Llo’s angelic vocal delivery and the result is one heart-felt and breath-taking piece of work.
Originally created in 1982 by Dejan Krsic, NEP was a collective from Croatia that used art and music as a way to not only entertain, but to challenge class and history. Whilst many of their past recordings were not the easiest to find, the Fox & His Friends label have given NEP’s 1989 unreleased song ‘Decadance’ the light of day. Driven by the classic Roland 808, the song takes a nod at electronic pioneers Kraftwerk with a sonic palette of futurism. The single pack also includes a remix by German Read more […]
Slothrust will release their forthcoming EP of covers titled ‘Show Me How You Want It To Be’ on November 10th via Dangerbird Records. One of the songs featured on the new record is their hard-rocking version of the Marcy Playground single ‘Sex And Candy’. The cover magnifies the band’s higly diverse palette, with each member actually stemming from a jazz background. However, this Marcy Playground rework, as well as their unique versions of Black Sabbath, Louis Armstrong and even Brittany Spears will let the world know that this trio can practically play any style with ease. Have a listen.
Jessie Ware is set to release her new album ‘Glasshouse’ on October 20th. Having previously shared her incredible single ‘Selfish Love’, the UK vocalist now hits the world with her latest track ‘Alone’. Surely not skimming in terms of production, the grand pop cut is an epic offering, allowing Ware to shine vibrantly, confidently owning her place and space in music. Below is a stream of ‘Alone’.