All posts tagged: alternative

ColoRising Interview with Mise en Scene

Somewhere in between bursting indie pop and raw, pumping garage punk is where Canada’s Mise en Scene sit, finely sewing all sounds flawlessly together. Hailing from Winnipeg, the group was established by members Stefanie Blondal Johnson and Jodi Dunlop who originally came together through their love of visual arts and of course music itself. The result was gorgeous sound, accessible to the masses yet true to their roots.

Stream Arrows Of Love’s Raging New Track ‘Signal’

London band Arrows Of Love are set to release their new album ‘Product’ on July 21st. The new work follows their 2016 debut LP ‘Everything’s Fucked’. Wasting no time, the group have brought forth their latest single ‘Signal’. Bursting with a raging energy of cutting alternative, Arrows Of Love are flying in pure stealth mode, with punchy swings that hit like a blow to the chest. This is definitely a soundtrack to action. Have a listen.

Listen to Mise en Scenes’ ‘Waster’

Canadian band Mise en Scene are gearing up for the release of their sophomore album ‘Still Life On Fire’, out June 16th. Setting things off with a new single entitled ‘Wasters’, the track is a blissful and shining handing of alternative, pop and garage punk inspiring listeners to kindly step away from people who are pure wasters of time. You can listen to the song down below. Enjoy.

Wolf Alice Announce New Album & Share ‘Yuk Foo’ Track

Wolf Alice have announced the release date of their forthcoming album ‘Visions Of A Life’. Scheduled to land September 29th, the new record follows their critically acclaimed debut album ‘My Love Is Cool’, released back in 2015. They have also shared a track taken from the new work entitled ‘Yuk Foo’ which you can check out via a YouTube lyric video below.

The Tambo Rays ‘Yes and No’ Video

There is just something fun and enjoyable about the music of Oakland band The Tambo Rays. Combining high-spirited pop with indie and even psychedelic, the group will release their new EP ‘Recharge’ on July 17th via OIM Records. With that being said, The Tambo Rays have also shared a video for their latest single ‘Yes and No’. Directed by Frank Door, the group peform the song whilst drapped in check attire. There is a vibrancy that completely coincides with the feel of the song itself, and we’re surely enjoying it. Check it out.

Desperate Journalist Share Their Latest Track ‘Why Are You So Boring?’

Having been one of the championed bands of the DIY London scene for quite some time, Desperate Journalist gained critical praises for their second album ‘Grow Up’ which was released earlier this year. Pumping out three blazing tracks from the LP, the group have now shared their final single from the record entitled ‘Why Are You So Boring?’. A shining flash of alternative, we have a stream of the song down below.

Alexa Dark ‘Empty Drinks’ Video

Alexa Dark will release her debut EP ‘Empty Drinks/Empty Hearts’ this coming August. Having initially made her introduction with the track ‘Blur’ earlier this year, she now steps up with the official video for her latest single ‘Empty Drinks’. Keeping the visuals straight forward, the vid features Alexa jamming out and performing the cut with her band.

Rodes Rollins Interview

Singer and musician Rodes Rollins is quickly becoming the it girl. Loved by some of the most influential publications around the world, she is being heralded as a modern day wordsmith whose natural talent for storytelling is at the forefront of her music. Sonically she weaves between hazy alternative and sun-drenched pop, all wrapped with a bluesy sway. Her vocals float with a seductive bliss. To a degree spellbinding, there is a distinct magic that emits from every stretch of her artistry, and she delivers it with sheer grace.

ColoRising Interview with Rodes Rollins

Singer and musician Rodes Rollins is quickly becoming the it girl. Loved by some of the most influential publications around the world, she is being heralded as a modern day wordsmith whose natural talent for storytelling is at the forefront of her music. Sonically she weaves between hazy alternative and sun-drenched pop, all wrapped with a bluesy sway. Her vocals float with a seductive bliss. To a degree spellbinding, there is a distinct magic that emits from every stretch of her artistry, and she delivers it with sheer grace.

Stream Juanita Stein’s ‘I’ll Cry’

Australia’s Juanita Stein hits us with a dose of Americana with her latest single ‘I’ll Cry’. The track is taken from Stein’s forthcoming debut album ‘America’, set to get released July 23rd via Nude Records. The slow swaying and lush cut teeters between a 1950s sound and a modern flow of today’s indie folk. Stein beautiful vocals breezes atop the melodic instrumentation, making her upcoming LP quite an expectation. Below is a stream of ‘I’ll Cry’.