Building a reputation for her intricate storytelling, London singer Rebecca Raw has shared her new song ‘Connection’, taken from her upcoming EP ‘Deep Within’. Cinematic in production, the song finds Rebecca Raw singing of craving those special moments from a loved one. Delivering beautiful vocals that are soul touching, Raw’s irrefutable talent is ready to shine for the world to see.
Last month Newcastle’s Jake Houlsby unveiled his ethereal song ‘Oklahoma’. With his ‘Vondelpark’ EP landing on May 5 via Tipping Point Records, he has now shared the title track. Like one would expect, the tune is a lush and dreamy handing of indie folk, that is completely breathtaking. Having already gained support from the likes of BBC 6 Music Presenter Lauren Laverne, Jake Houlsby’s forthcoming record is one that we’re definitely excited about. Have a listen.
Having dropped a number of records over the past two years, Leeds band Colour of Spring return with another hazy shoegaze cut titled ‘Echoes’. Taken from their self-titled EP landing April 21 on House of Love Records, the tune, stacked with fuzzy guitar riffs and the serene vocals of Shane Hunter, is perfectly fitting for a mellow summer day in the sun as the content revolves around stepping out of the blissful moments as a child and now transitioning into adulthood, and everything that comes with it.
Never one to shy away from important political or sociological topics, Portland-based artist Erika M. Anderson aka EMA makes her return with another slice of commentary with her new track ‘Aryan Nation’. Placing a spotlight on places in Middle America where anger towards others has been manifested through hard times resulting in a twisted form of patriotism, the song is taken from EMA’s forthcoming LP ‘Exile In The Outer Ring’, out August 25 via City Slang Records. Below is a lyric video of the track which was created by Aaron Anderson and Eric Timothy Carlson.
Dealing with the subject of the end of all mankind isn’t necessarily the first topic of conversation at the dinner table. However, in their latest single ‘Dust’, CHILDCARE’s take on the gloomy issue for some reason has a positive side. If you never achieve certain goals in life such as bring wealthy, physically looking a certain way or what have you, the London band’s message is, have no fear, soon will reach their demise. Whilst on the surface it doesn’t appear to be the most optimistic, the stripped back indie cut sways with an undeniable groove that almost makes you look forward to the coming occurrence.
Leeds band The Golden Age of TV have already gained support from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens with their track ‘Between Each Brick’. The band now make their return with a whizzing and catchy piece of indie pop. Playful production contrasts the content which deals with the less than stellar times of a past relationship. This is another fantastic release from the up and coming group. Touching on the track, The Golden Age of TV guitarist Ryan Bird stated: “Dust is about someone Read more […]
London-based trio Husky Loops bring forth the visuals for their song ‘Tempo’. Definitely one of the more interesting videos floating about, clips of people in disarray as they battle the hands of time is the focus. Whilst there is definitely a strong sense of fear happening, eventually each person breaks from the awkward position in their flats, running into the street. The video is directed by Tom Ringsby and Husky Loops member Pietro. Have a look. Read more […]
Whilst Swedish artist Dennis Lyxzén has made a name for himself with Refused, it should be noted that his past project The (International) Noise Conspiracy is also worth checking out. However, Lyxzén’s third band INVSN are three albums deep (which include LPs two LPs under the previous Invasionen moniker) and are showing no signs of slowing down.
Bitch Falcon have no problem displaying unadulterated acts of badness. With their latest video ‘Syncope’, the Dublin rockers are in rare form as they go around causing complete mischief and harassing people on the street. After causing day long terror, the ladies find themselves being identified on the evening news before making their quick escape. The video is directed by Kate Dolan. Have a look. Read more […]
London band Ulrika Spacek are gearing up for the release of their new album ‘Modern English Decoration’, landing June 2nd on Tough Love Records. Having previously shared the first single ‘Mimi Pretend’, which is also taken from the upcoming LP, the band have now brought forth their second tune ‘Full of Men’. With raw-sparking punk guitar riffs leading to build-ups throughout the song, a sense of urgency in the track is undeniable with the cut being another reeling piece for the collective.