After making a stunning debut with the track ‘Lion Babe’, Berlin-based singer Johanna Amelie returns with another lifting track entitled ‘From Within’. Tender and spacious in production, Amelie fills the gaps with soft and lush vocals, as rising orchestration begans to seal the remaining open edges. This is another touching handing from the rising talent. Have a listen. Read more […]
Ariel Levitan and Jeremy Dawson aka MXMS create what they dub as ‘funeral pop’. Whilst that can sound quite morbid, their music is actually quite gripping, evoking a sense of passion within the sometimes dark content. Their latest song ‘I Revenge’ is just that. Dealing with the idea of gaining revenge on an ex-lover caught romping around with someone else, the slow-marching piece plays with a beautiful haunt that is quite ear-catching. You can stream ‘I Revenge’ down below. Read more […]
London’s Cherryade deliver wild visuals for their single ‘Get By’. What initially begins with band member Ella looking fashionably flamboyant transcend into clips of the two holding bloody hearts. There is even a scene with Ella looking quite sexy in a dressing gown whilst holding a knife. These two are known to bring the ruckus so. In regards to the video Cherryade stated: “We produced and directed the video ourselves, mainly because we’re broke, but also because we didn’t just wanna Read more […]
Last year we were raving about Italian artist Emanuela Drei aka Giungla, who released her killer EP ‘Camo’. Back with a new track for 2017, the Bologna-based singer has dropped her latest tune ‘Cold’, an upbeat mesh of electro and alternative. We’re hoping that this is the first indication of a new EP coming later in the year. For now, you can enjoy the tune down at the bottom. ‘Cold’ is out via Some Kinda Love.
York-based band King No-One are a group that we are currently following like crazy. Have shared their bold cut ‘Antichrist’, the foursome have now given it the visual treatment. Drawing inspiration from the design style of Russian artist Alexander Rodchenko, the in-your-face imagery perfectly accompanies the song which lays down the hammer on those who misuse power. ‘Antichrist’ is directed by Cosmic Joke. Touching on the video, singer Zach Lount wrote: “There’s always been a battle between Read more […]
As Swedish singer Cajsa Siik preps to release her forthcoming album ‘Domino’, out June 2nd via Birds Records, she has unveiled a new cut taken from the LP entitled ‘White Noise’. Taken aspects of pop and indie and gently placing them together like pieces of a puzzle, the breezy cut is another marvelous serving from the rising star.
K.Flay brings more fire with her latest single ‘High Enough’. The song is the follow-up to her previous tune ‘Black Wave’. ‘High Enough’ finds the L.A.-based artist finds alternate ways of staying lifted without constant bombarding of drugs whilst soaring over a gritty alternative/post-punk platform. The track is taken from her forthcoming album ‘Every Where Is Some Where’, out April 7th via Night Street/Interscope.
Wilsen have unveiled their brilliant video ‘Garden’. The Stephen Michael Simon-directed visuals depict a couple who although living together, couldn’t be more distant. Filmed on a snowy day, the artistic video stars Alyssa Forte and Samuel Dunning. Touching on the video, director Stephen Michael Simon wrote: “I was inspired by the idea of a couple’s inability to relate or communicate. I wanted to capture the feeling of when you are so close with someone in physical spaces but there’s Read more […]
Comprised of Tim Abbey and Rebeca Marcos-Rosa, London duo Park Hotel have make their entry with a magnificent debut track titled ‘Gone As A Friend’. Capturing the sounds of funk, punk disco and new wave, this is the new theme song to all things downtown. With a nod to acts like Talking Heads, the ridding of a friend has never sounded so lovely. Musically one can’t help but picture an environment of stylish, chic, gritty and hedonistic people all congregating in one place. ‘Gone As A Friend’ is produced by Elliot James. Have a listen.
After recently sharing their organic and warm track ‘Sad Season’, Sweden’s Crying Day Care Choir now bring forth the video. Straight forward and to the point, clips of the band performing song is the basis with the cinematography quite good. The indie folk track is glimpse into what the band has coming in 2017. Watch the video below. Read more […]