Building a name for himself as the singer for the London band Dry the River, Peter Liddle steps out as a solo artist under the moniker P.D. Liddle. His first offering comes in the form of this incredibly touching song titled ‘You Shouldn’t Have Called’. Whilst an air of melancholy swarms around the tender acoustics under-layered with gentle strings and Liddle’s gripping vocals, ‘You Shouldn’t Have Called’ is an emotive and impacting tune that is truly a work of art. Have a listen. Read more […]
Latvian band Carnival Youth make their return with another enchanting single entitled ‘Love Is The Answer’. A musical wonderland of cinematic instrumentation encompassing experimental pop, indie and even psych, the track is an utterly blissful experience, with the band pushing beyond the standard musical norms. This is Carnival Youth at their best delivering something that is grand and memorable. Stream ‘Love Is the Answer’ below. Read more […]
Barcelona-born, London-based singer Odina has shared her cover version of Joy Division’s ‘Love Will Tear Us Apart’. The track is taken from her forthcoming EP ‘Nothing Makes Sense’. Completely changing the mood of the original, Odina’s version is a spacious indie folk driven rendition that is organically warming and rich, as well as equally charming.
Los Angeles-based singer Dorothy has released her new album ’28 Days In The Valley’ via Roc Nation. The first single to the LP is the spunky cut ‘Flawless’ which Dorothy has also given the visual treatment to. The video features Dorothy being thrown out of a hotel by a boyfriend, who also tosses her belongings onto the street. Rather than soak in misery, the singer kindly connects with friends and has a day fun at a house party. Talk about getting over a bad situation quick! Have a look.
Manchester’s The Slow Readers Club have announced the release of their forthcoming album ‘Build A Tower’, out May 4th on Modern Sky. The record follows the band’s 2015 sophomore LP ‘Cavalcade’.
Having recently shared the video to their track ‘Through The Shadows’, The Slow Readers Club have now unveiled their new single’ You Opened Up My Heart’. A synth-led dose of nocturnal indie, electro and post-punk, the song plays with a sheer spirit of that Mancunian legacy in music that has been so influential on a global scale.
Wolf Alice have delivered the visual treatment to their single ‘Sadboy’, taken from their latest album ‘Visions Of A Life’. The video portrays singer Ellie Rowsell as someone who clearly has an alcohol problem. Taking a drink before she leaves to go to a party with the rest of the band, she finds herself drunk to the point of entering another world which is dark and separated from the rest of her friends. The video is shot in a Super 8mm style giving it a retro look. Check it out.
Punk band Teen Creeps are gearing up for the release of their new album ‘Birthmarks’ on April 6th via PIAS. Bringing forth the video to their second single ‘Mercury’, taken from the upcoming LP, viewers get a glimpse into Joram De Bock’s family footage of his great-grandad’s 40th anniversary party. Considering that the year the gathering was recorded was 1975, you can imagine the attire being worn. There is also a whole heap of dancing taking place throughout the video so clearly Joram’s family knew how to thoroughly enjoy themselves. Have a look.
For four years now, London’s Post Louis have been releasing moody yet striking music. Emerging with the smokey song ‘Oldsmobile’, they went on to release the EPs ‘This Could Be A Bridge’ and ‘Uptight’. The group now return with an epic offering entitled ‘Little Jack’. Flawlessly bridging together art rock and indie, the track is a vibrant collage of sound topped with clever songwriting that makes commands the listener to not only be engaged in the content but also fall deep into a musical journey. Have a listen.
London band Peluché may incorporate various genres into their music, but ultimately this amalgamation has led up to their own unique sound. Their debut track ‘Ohio’ was a great indicator of what would come over the next few years – a cool breezing selection of stellar recordings. Their latest single ‘Keep Making Me Happy’ follows suit as the dreamy production streams with tropical guitar stylings, a bubbling bass line and jazz-fused drumming that is a slick under-print for plush vocals. ‘Keep Making Me Happy’ is currently out on Big Teddy Records.
London outfit KYLYPSO have shared their latest single ‘Deep Blue’. The track finds the trio delving into an etheral style of dream pop, breezy and atmospheric. The lush production, etched with psych, pop, indie and electronica, is tightly sewn together making this one stellar presentation from the talented band.