All posts tagged: Electronica

Aniya ‘Demon’ Video

After recently sharing her debut single ‘Demon’, London singer Aniya now unveils the video for the track. The dark visuals features Aniya and a dancer fighting themselves as various words such as pain and doubt are written across their bodies. In a press statement regarding the video, Aniya wrote: “I wanted to show the constant battle people face when having these self-doubting and destructive thoughts, and the impact it can have on someone. You can’t numb the demon, but you can learn Read more […]

Mozart’s Sister ‘Bump’ Video

Caila Thompson-Hannant, known by her moniker Mozart’s Sister, brings forth a sparkling dose of electronic pop with her latest track ‘Bump’. Whilst the song itself is definitely on the experimental side of the genre, the video for the tune is a weird animation which features jumping bizarre looking animals, button-pushing fingers and more. It’s sort of like going through a three minute trip through wonderland…literally.

Cherée Shares Her Dazzling Cut ‘For Me’

London vocalist Cherée follows-up her silky track ‘I Will Be There’ with a future forward splash of electronica and soul entitled ‘For Me’. Bouncy drums, a deep shifting bass line and lightly spread synths are the back palette as Cherée’s soulful voice guides the track like a Captain comfortably controlling a ship through the night. Her best song yet, ‘For Me’ is peppy and insanely melodic treat from the rising star. Touching on the track Cherée wrote: “‘For Me’ was about me trusting Read more […]

BEAK> Share Their New Track Titled ‘Sex Music’

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 […]

Listen to Fang Night’s ‘Steady Cruising’

Last year, London duo Fang Night released their ‘Artificial’ EP, a great selection of ear-grabbing electronic pop. Returning with a number of tracks coming down the pipeline in 2017, the pair have now shared their latest cut entitled ‘Steady Cruising’. Produced by Oli Bayston of Boxed In, the head-nodding tune is driven by husky synths, tropical drum patterns and slick pop melodies. It looks as if 2017 will be an excellent year from music from the North London band. Have a listen.

Hammer Gearing Up for Release of ‘Canna’ EP

Building a reputation for his high-quality production, Belfast’s Hammer is set to release his new EP ‘Canna’ via LOFT Records. Comprised of three tracks, the record is an ethereal voyage into beautifully crafted house music that, whilst bouncy in rhythm, is moody and atmospheric, making it just as pleasurable for sitting back and listening as well as dancing. A vinyl version of the EP is currently out now, with the digital release landing April 17.

Aniya Makes Her Debut with ‘Demon’

London’s Aniya steps up with her debut track entitled ‘Demon’. Delivering an etching of dark pop, the smokey and nocturnal production lavishly compliments Aniya’s commanding vocals as the track progresses into cinematic heights. Proving that she is more than ready to step into the limelight, Aniya is a force to reckon with. Touching on the single, Aniya wrote: “Demon’ is your destructive alter-ego which at every turn tries to show its ugly face… It’s a horrible thing, a constant voice Read more […]

Kate Simko Gears Up for the Release of Her ‘Heart All’ EP

No stranger to Matt Tolfrey’s Leftroom imprint, producer Kate Simko returns to the label with an upcoming release entitled the ‘Heart All’ EP. Landing on April 21, Simko brings a touch of melodic 4×4 with a jazzy layering. Consisting of three original cuts including the songs ‘All Heart’ featuring Amunet Shah and ‘Not Tonight’, Matt Tolfrey and Huxley come together to provide a scorching and grooving remix, fully powered to rattle the dance floor. Always one to bring a little more to the sound of house music, Simko and the Leftroom label prove yet again to be a winning combination.

Premiere: GØSPEL ‘Your Thoughts’ Lyric Video

There is everything to love about London’s GØSPEL. Having shared an amazing slew of records over the past three years including ‘Disasters Running Wild’, ‘Ain’t Gonna Let You In’ and more, their ethereal sound is sheer magic. Dropping their single ‘Bodies’ a few months back, the duo make their return with another beauty of a track entitled ‘Your Thoughts’. Upbeat with blissful lift, we have a premiere of the lyric video to the song. The visuals feature clips of the band in travel whilst framed around the idea of a video game. ‘Your Thoughts’ is currently out now.

Hugh Share a Mesmeric Cover of ‘It Must Have Been Love’ & ‘I’m Sorry’

London band Hugh will release their debut album in May and we couldn’t be happier. Whilst everyone await patiently, the South London group have shared a cover mash up if you like, of two classic tracks literally from decades. Merging Roxette’s ‘It Must Have Been Love’ along with Monsta Boy and Denzie’s UK Garage staple ‘I’m Sorry’, Hugh have complimented the mesh with an atmospheric production backing that completely give both cuts a totally different feel. It’s easy to understand why Hugh is Read more […]