Barcelona’s SDH (Semiotics Department of Heteronyms) have announced the release of their new EP ‘Tell Them’, out March 9th via Avant! Records. Comprised of three tracks, the duo fuse post-punk, synth-wave, industrial and techno for one dark, hard-hitting punch.
Spanish singer Núria Graham released her debut album ‘Bird Eyes’ back in 2015, and within a little over two years, have since dropped her 2016 EP ‘In The Cave’ and her 2017 LP ‘Does It Ring a Bell?’. Now with ‘Does It Ring A Bell?’ getting released worldwide on March 30th on El Segell, Graham has shared her new single ‘Smile On The Grass’. An organically rich and whirling sliding, Graham shines vibrantly with earthy vocals and instrumentation that ropes together a 70s pop sound with a modern indie pressing.
With their debut EP ‘Penance’ scheduled for release on February 23rd via Good Eye Records, NYC-based band Russian Baths have shared their third single ‘Poolhouse’. A roller coaster ride of moody change ups, at times apocalyptic, other moments a peaceful serenity, the song is a bending wave of premium noise and art rock goodness.
Birmingham’s YOUTH MAN have been shaking things up around the Midlands for a few years, dropping their ‘Bad Weather’ EP back in 2013. Freshly signed to Alcopop! Records, the energetic punk band are now working on a new EP which is coming down the pipeline this year. YOUTH MAN have also shared a new track titled ‘I Don’t Know’, which will be featured on the forthcoming record. Sinister and raw in sound, fuzz-drilling guitar riffs and thundering drumming run parallel to Kyila Whyte’s in your face vocal delivery.
Leeds-based band Marsicians step up with the incredible single ‘Wake Up Freya’. Beautifully composed with high-rated production, the song spotlights the group’s ability to create chart-worthy pieces of music, packed with great songwriting, illustrious instrumentation and one of the most important things, integrity.
Ireland’s Æ MAK are bringing something highly refreshing to pop music at the moment. Almost hard to be placed in one specific category, their sound is not only cinematic but contains a fairy tale-esque sprinkling that is beyond ear-pleasing. Their latest track ‘Glow’ exemplifies this description. Swaying between head-bopping drums and more dance pushed 4×4 kicks, glistening effects are lightly layered as cosmic synths give the song an otherworldly feel. ‘Glow’ is an incredible offering from Read more […]
Sofia Härdig is a true heroine of rock & roll. Proving to walk various scales of the genre seamlessly, her latest single ‘Illuminate’ combines sparking electronica with a sleek new wave sound, finding Härdig comfortably at home, delivering ear-grabbing vocals, firm and commanding. Produced by Jari Haapalainen, ‘Illuminate’ is the leading single taken from her forthcoming album ‘Changing The Order’, landing April 20th.
Two weeks ago Brooklyn-based duo Russian Baths shared their hard-hitting cut ‘Slenderman’. Without wasting anytime, the pair have now unveiled another single titled ‘What’s Your Basement’. Setting off the song with that good old distortion, the group proceed with fire flying guitar streaks, rocketing into a fury of noise rock that hits like a shock to the system.
Riding high with their previous track ‘Eight Till Late’ Stockport band No Hot Ashes have hit the mark yet again with their latest single ‘Skint Kids Disco’. Whilst the title would immediately make one think that this is a broke man’s anthem, the song is an insanely addictive blend of funk/disco-driven rhythms layered with a pop icing that is an utterly delicious midnight treat. The song is taken from No Hot Ashes’ forthcoming EP with the same title, out March 30th via Modern Sky. Have a listen. Read more […]
Berlin-based Graciela María is one of the most multi-faceted artists in the industry. Having weaved between various styles of music ranging from experimental electronica, moody and cinematic lo-fi, jazz-tinged downtempo on over to more Hip-Hop underlying beat cuts with Robot Koch, unlike many acts who tend to make an attempt at style shifting, she actually does it well…great in fact. Set to release a new album titled ‘Canto Siete’ on January 25th, Graciela María revisits the classic sounds of her native Mexico. The first offering from the LP comes in the form of this gorgeous version of ‘Adoro’, written by Armando Manzanero and originally released in 1967. Bursting with beauty, the spacious rendition is minimalist art with Graciela María’s exquisite vocals accompanied simply by tender guitar cello. Ripe with mesmeric qualities, ‘Adoro’ displays Graciela María at her best.