Bristol producer Henry Green has shared his gorgeous single ‘Stay Here’. Written whilst in Berlin, the melodic song is delicately produced, as tender vocals swarm around the spacious instrumentation. Definitely fluid, ‘Stay Here’ is out now via Akira Records. Touching on the single Henry Green said: “‘Stay Here’ was created out of frustration from a loss of direction. I wanted to create a feeling of isolation and fragility in the production but gently move in to a warmer, more uplifting Read more […]
Bristol duo Meadowlark have shared a cover version of Francis and the Lights’ ‘May I Have This Dance’. Choosing to musically take the song in a completely different direction, their rendition is a cloud-floating, atmospheric slice of electronica with synths being a strong base of the production. Delicate and emotive, Meadowlark’s version can be heard down below. Read more […]
Following their funk filled track ‘Pass The Peace’, Bristol band New Carnival make their return with their latest bouncy offering ‘Solid Gold’. For this one, the foursome have taken a stroll down more of an indie pop lane as head-nodding drumming backs sharp guitar licks all the while making for a mid-tempo scorcher that finds the boys throwing a little more spice in the mix. You can stream ‘Solid Gold’ down at the bottom. Read more […]
Whilst Swimming Girls made an impressive debut with their song ‘Tastes Like Money’, the Bristol foursome have left a certified mark with their new single ‘2 Kids’. With the sound bolder, swirling a darker indie rock spices with dream pop overtones, Swimming Girls have us excited about the rest of 2017 and what’s coming down the line. Check it out. Read more […]
Comprised of Gina Leonard and Tom Fryer are the Bristol band known as The Desert, who seriously need to be on your radar. The pair have stepped up with their impressive debut single titled ‘Just Get High’. An utterly hypnotic and atmospheric downtempo gem, the song is an airy sway of Leonard’s enchanting vocals and the Fryer’s delicate production that perfectly coincide for one creamy tune.
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.
When BEAK> bring forth new music, it’s always interesting to see the direction that they are venturing in. They’re latest track ‘Sex Music’ is a murky and experimental dealing of electronica that slips in a bit of new wave and even krautrock and punk funk. Like their past recordings, the music tends to morph into it’s own identity and the same can be said for the trio’s current track. The song was recently played by BBC 6 Music’s Stuart Maconie. You can stream ‘Sex Music’ below. Read more […]
From the time of sharing their track ‘Holier’ back in 2015 to now, BOA have shared a number of impressive pop cuts ranging from upbeat to moody, making them surely one of the more exciting lot of bands out of the UK. Their latest single ‘Steal It’ is another dreamy pop bit that is spruced with swaying melodies, sharp guitar licks and sultry piano riffs that is perfectly polished with sleek production. Out on the 17th of March via LAB Records, ‘Steal It’ is simply another reason why BOA has a Read more […]
Making waves with their punchy sound of punk, Bristol trio IDestroy bring forth the video for the track ‘Annie’. Directed by Sam Kinsella, the vid shows the girls performing the song and rocking out whilst at The Gryphon Ale and Metal Pub located in Bristol. Check it out. Read more […]
With a pair of acclaimed singles under her belt, Bristol-based singer and musician Fenne Lily returns with another golden offering. Dealing with the after pain of heartache, gentle acoustics and Lily’s angel-esq voice are the blueprint of the song, which is enough to form one breath-taking single. You can stream ‘What’s Good’ below. Read more […]