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 […]
Hailing from Bristol are the female trio known as IDestroy. The band released their ‘Vanity Loves Me’ EP back in February of 2016. The record was a premium dose of punk and garage rock goodness from start to finish, with the group definitely hitting the ground running in the scene.
With their ‘Nocturnes’ EP arriving March 10th on Believe Recordings, Bristol duo Meadowlark have share a new version of their track ‘Satellite’. Whilst the original version with a soothing and spacious merging of electronica and pop, the new alt version is a beautiful and uplifting rework equipped with cinematic strings and a gentle acoustic guitar strums that is truly an amazing piece of work. Have a listen.
Bristol-based duo Meadowlark have unveiled the details of their forthcoming ‘Nocturnes’ EP, a new collection of single remixes. Set to get released March 10th on Believe Recordings, the record was recorded with a live string quartet, transforming the original songs into a new listening experience. The EP includes the tracks ‘Headlight’, ‘Eyes Wide’ and their cover of the Sugerbabes cut ‘About You Now’.
Championed by Annie Mac for their single ‘Where Do You Wanna Go’, New Carnival return with their latest infectious cut ‘How Dare You’. The song is an extremely polished dealing of indie and pop, with the Bristol group rocking out like no one’s business. Ripe with catchy melodies and sharp instrumentation, the self-produced track is another fine offering from New Carnival who, if not on your radar, need to be! Have a listen. Read more […]
Bristol singer Gabrielle Aplin makes her return with her new single ‘Miss You’. A gentle and drifing delivery of pop, the track is built around soothing piano stabs, subtle claps and Aplin’s lush vocal texture, catchy and shining. The song is the title track to Aplin’s forthcoming EP. We have a stream of the tune down at the bottom. Read more […]