Dan Bettridge makes his return following his impressive single ‘Heavenly Father’, shared last month. His latest recording ‘Blame’ deals with the turmoil of a relationship whilst set to a moody and moving electronic backing bubbling with emotion. The song will be featured on Bettridge’s forthcoming debut LP landing in 2018. You can stream ‘Blame’ down at the bottom. Check it out. Read more […]
NY producer Kurt Uenala aka Null + Void teams up with legendary Depeche Mode front man Dave Gahan for the single and video ‘Where I Wait’. Shot in a dark and futuristic setting, the haunting visuals display a couple fighting one another whilst projections of Dave Gahan appear on a television set. Stylishly directed by Tim Saccenti, the song itself is taken from Null + Void’s LP ‘Cryosleep’, out November 3rd via hfn.
Swedish singer Louise Lemón has released her new ‘Malex’ EP on October 13th via Icons Creating Evil Art. Enlisting Randall Dunn for the production, the tracks on the recent work was actually recorded during the same period as her ‘Purge’ EP. Haunting and moody sonics of electronica are the backdrop as Lemón’s powerful and soulful vocals rein in a triumphant way.
Victoria Trunova better known as KOY, is undoubtedly one of our top choice artists who blends originality and a passion for creating, fostering ear-grabbing pieces of music that is like fine art. Stepping forth with her second single entitled ‘Run’, the Berlin-based singer bridges an 80s pop and new wave style with forward-thinking electronica, again producing an infectious and overly stunning recording that we simply can’t get enough of. You can stream ‘Run’ below.
French duo Scratch Massive will release a new album in 2018 which will follow their 2011 LP ‘Nuit De Rêve’. As we patiently await the forthcoming LP, the pair have shared their first single ‘Sunken’. In sexy SM fashion, the track meshes steamy and seductive vocals with bass-shaking trap style production that works as a lush combination. ‘Sunken’ is currently out now via bORDEL. Check it out.
With the advent of accessible software helping to launch a democracy within the musical landscape in regards to recording, countless acts have emerged around the world in droves creating an immense flooding in the market, often times bypassing the tools as a means to push sounds forward, rather replicating whatever is in the charts. So where does that leave a group like the Zurich-originated, Berlin-based duo Egopusher, who have managed to merge moody electronica and post-classical with songs such as ‘Purple Pit’ from a couple years back? Simple – rather than trying to keep up with any particular trend, they simply went inside the studio and created a deep and emotionally ranged debut LP titled ‘Blood Red’.
After sharing his atmospheric and experimental track ‘Crash’ last month, Icelandic artist Högni returns with the title track to his forthcoming album ‘Moon Pitcher’, out October 20th via Erased Tapes. Springing with a bit more pep, Högni brings a bouncy dose of future funk iced with a tad of pop. The song is the final single before the big release.
Parisian artist Fhin has unveiled his dreamy new track ‘Feel Your Face’. Taken from his forthcoming EP ‘Around.Away’, out this month on Délicieuse Musique, the song is gorgeous and incredibly melodic work of art, as soft piano play marries with head-nodding drum patterns and fuzzy synths. Creating a lush journey from the initial play, Fhin has us yearning for his upcoming record.
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 […]
Having collaborated with DJ Snake for the massively successful track ‘Middle’ and relocating to sunny Los Angeles, Bipolar Sunshine makes his return with a new track that finds the Manchester native exploring the realm of pop. ‘Major Love’ is his latest work, which gels together a silky sound of r&b with catchy electronic pop handles, allowing a roomy navigation between his past style and present. You can listen to ‘Major Love’ below. Read more […]