Swedish rockers MANKIND make their return with a healthy dealing of dark and powerful garage rock. Just a second under four minutes in length, ‘Three Handfuls Of Dirt’ is a slow building drill of electrifying guitar riffs and thunderous drums before exploding into intense climax that would raise the dead. Ironically the track is taken from their forthcoming EP ‘Death’, out May 12.
Parisian duo 3615 Nuits Blances may not have the most conventional band name in music but they definitely know how to create some of the sexiest songs. Having released their debut album ‘About Last Night’, the pair have now shared the second single off the LP entitled ‘Don’t Wanna Dance’. The steamy and glitzy electro pop cut is definitely a sensual soundtrack to any hedonistic night which may or may not include dancing. ‘Don’t Wanna Dance’ will get released on May 5 via L.O.V.E. Ltd. Have a listen.
Bristol drum and bass legend Roni Size continues to prove why he is still one of the top boys in the scene with his incredible remix of Pete Josef’s ‘The Travelling Song’. Taken from Josef’s new ‘Colour Remixed’ out now on Sonar Kollektiv, Roni Size delivers a melodic jazz-fused DnB hybrid that absolutely blossoms with sheer warmth. Like their previous collaborative work in the past, the two continue to release records that fall nothing short of magnificent. Check it out.
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.
Leeds band The Golden Age of TV have already gained support from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens with their track ‘Between Each Brick’. The band now make their return with a whizzing and catchy piece of indie pop. Playful production contrasts the content which deals with the less than stellar times of a past relationship. This is another fantastic release from the up and coming group. Touching on the track, The Golden Age of TV guitarist Ryan Bird stated: “Dust is about someone Read more […]
Whilst Swedish artist Dennis Lyxzén has made a name for himself with Refused, it should be noted that his past project The (International) Noise Conspiracy is also worth checking out. However, Lyxzén’s third band INVSN are three albums deep (which include LPs two LPs under the previous Invasionen moniker) and are showing no signs of slowing down.
The official Queen of death-gospel Louise Lemón returns with another slow-burning and steamy track titled ‘Appalacherna’. Taken from her latest EP ‘Purge’, the moody and haunting soundscape is orchestrated with eerie piano strokes, stomping drums and echoing, chilling guitar chords. Unafraid to explore the darker side of the pop demographic, Louise Lemón continues to add detailed strokes to her palette of sonic artistry.
The ever illusive producer Zomby brings back proper 90s raving vibes with his new remix of OLSSON’s single ‘One In A Million’. Incorporating breakbeat drums with piano riffs that are definitely synonymous with classic house and breaks records of the era, the track will bring back a wave of nostalgia for those who were around during those times to experience this golden era.
There is something spellbinding about Gus Harvey. Hailing from East Anglia but now based in London, her voice is sultry with a beyond confident approach that is utterly enticing. Making her debut with the head-nodding single ‘Witches’, Harvey proves that she is not the one to double-cross, with revenge being a sweet one. Currently working on her album, Gus Harvey’s ‘Witches’ is produced by Subculture Sounds and released via Twisted Hearts Records. Have a listen. Read more […]
London band H.Grimace will release their debut album ‘Self Architect’ on April 7th via Opposite Number. Having already created a buzz with their ‘Royal Hush’ release back in 2016, the group now shares their explosive single ‘Call It Out’. Rocking out with a sharp stab of alternative mixed with a dash of post punk, sonically the foursome is in pure stealth mode with powerful contant and no-nonsense production that is more than exciting.