Manchester duo KOALAS follow-up their debut track ‘Home Heart’ with their latest recording titled ‘Lover’. Combining an 80s sprinkling with a present taste of synth pop, the upbeat cut feels more fitting for the summer, yet will surely add a beat of heat to the current brisk winter.
Having released their ‘Tree Of Life’ EP back in February of this year, Manchester trio Ambiere return with a new track titled ‘I See Faces’. A melodic electronic pop meets subtle indie dance, the track is lifting as the angelic vocals of Amber Lane-Mcivor fuse brilliantly with the ethereal instrumentation, creating a magical and exciting offering from the rising band.
For the past three years Stockport’s No Hot Ashes have been dropping some high level tracks like no one’s business. Harking back to their disco meets punk funk tune ‘Goose’, the band make their return with their new single ‘Eight Till Late’. This time culminating a mixture of chilled indie with their racing punk dispatch all the while sprinkled with sporadic funk guitar riffs, the band has found a solid balance between that which is organically raw and impressively polished. Check it out. Read more […]
Shy Luv have unveiled the video to their song ‘Lungs’. Directed by HUMANS, the story revolves around a girlfriend who constantly crushes the heart of her lover, who in this case happens to be Karma Kid. Factor in the abuse from her and what you have is a situation that’s all bad. ‘Lungs’ is the title track of Shy Luv’s latest EP which is out now. Regarding the video, Shy Luv stated: “We wanted the video for ‘Lungs’ to really capture the feelings we were trying to create with the song, so Read more […]
Manchester outfit Shy Luv continue to make waves with their new single ‘Bloodsucker’, taken from their ‘Lungs’ EP. Effortlessly combining the styles of pop with ethereal funk, Hip-Hop drum patterns sit underneath the slicing synths and echoing vocal play, creating a lush and pleasurable trip down Shy Luv’s wonderland of sound. Stream ‘Bloodsucker’ down at the bottom.
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 […]
One of the hottest bands out of Manchester, PINS make their return with their new song ‘Save The Rich’. For this one, the group have teamed up with Jamie Hince of The Kills, who produced the track. Upbeat drumming sets the tone as spiky guitar riffs and head-on vocals hark back to the sound of the punk funk era with a modern twist. PINS are definitely on fire these days. ‘Serve The Rich’ is out now. Have a listen. Read more […]
Manchester duo Shy Luv are aiming at making you dance for the summer with their latest single ‘First Fires’. Bridging together a heavy dose of funk and disco with dance, the track is peppered with an upbeat 80s groove that will have you running to the dance floor. Stream ‘First Fires’ down below. Read more […]
We have literally followed Natalie Findlay since the days of her track ‘Your Sister’ which was approximately five years ago. The Manchester-raised singer and musician went on to hit the ground running with her 2013 EPs ‘Off & On’ and ‘Greasy Love’.
Now with the music world practically in the palm of her hands, Natalie Findlay has released her debut album ‘Forgotten Pleasures’. Comprised of 13 tracks, the album includes collab features with The Libertines’ Carl Barat, producer Flood and Jake Gosling. Mixing together everything from garage rock, pop, grunge and more, the spunky artist continues to play by her own rules in an unapologetic manner.
Whilst their provocative EP title ‘Shock Horror’ may instantly provoke thoughts of something evil and wicked, Shy Luv’s latest record is anything but. In fact, the sunny funk/disco/pop release is more fitting for a Summer afternoon in July. Comprised of four upbeat and infectious tracks, the Manchester duo will have you instantly hooked on their saucy and slick production combined with smokey vocal deliveries that simply put you in the most cheery of moods.