Frida Sundemo’s ‘It’s OK’ gets the remix treatment courtesy of Swedish producer Baba Stiltz. Transforming the original into a dreamy and atmospheric house reworking, the hypnotic bit is led by gorgeous piano riffs, as Baba Stiltz also bends and twists Sundemo’s vocals making this one blissful remix. Baba Stiltz is definitely on his A game with this one. Listen down at the bottom. Read more […]
Norwegian star Sigrid has joined forces with UK produer Jack Garratt for the remix of her single ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’. Delivering a soulful and funk-filled retake on the original pop version, Garratt lets loose with headnodding drums combined with swinging piano strokes and fuzzy synth sprinkles. Sigrid’s ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe (Jack Garratt Remix) is out now via Island Records. Have a listen below. Read more […]
Gianna Gehlhar aka Jylda is an artist who needs to be on everyone’s psyche. The Berlin-based singer and producer delivered a stream of singles back in 2016, garnishing praises around Germany. Making her return, Jylda steps up with her creamy and lush new single ‘The Body’. With absolutely gorgous vocals swimming around an ethereal electronic pop soundscape, there is an uncanny sophistication and grace bursting from the sound, with a sense of passion embedded in every note. Recorded at Kaiku Studios in Berlin, ‘The Body’ is a slow and sensual working, making Jylda a definite force in the pop and electronic scene. You can stream that tune down at the bottom.
With their forthcoming debut album landing this year, NYC-based band Cigarettes After Sex have shared the third single taken from the LP entitled ‘Each Time You Fall In Love’. The mellow pop/rnb track, quite serene in sound, deals with the constant wanting of something else other than the current love interest at the moment.
Cristobal and the Sea will release their new album ‘Exitoca’ on Sept. 22nd via the City Slang imprint. Bringing forth the video to their song ‘Goat Flokk’ which is featured on the new album, the visuals consist of a guy and girl dressed in a full-body red costume whilst bouncing on medicine balls, a group of hooded men on a roof top and a masked guy dancing frantically before shooting a small dart at a woman. Directed by Elliott Arndt, it is a definitely on the trippier side of things.
Launching her debut with the impressive single ‘Hell’, Little Rêd makes her return with her next offering ‘What Love Is’. A warm and bubbling pop treat exploring the question of love, the single is packed with charm and spirit, making it a strong comeback for the Bath-based singer and musician. Have a listen. Read more […]
A solid fixture in the Polish music scene, Piotr Bejnar has released his new LP simply titled ‘Album’. Comprised of twelve tracks, Bejnar creates a gumbo blend of experimental electronica, bass, dance, smokey jazz and more. Like a scientist in the lab, there is a high level of alchemy with his production as songs weave between unorthodox orchestrations to more semi-traditional pieces that embed classical down to bossa.
Tel Aviv aritst Noga Erez brings forth more impressive visuals with her latest video ‘Off The Radar’. Filmed in a basketball gym, strange beings judge even weirder participants in various sporting events. Stylishly shot, Erez continues to push the levels of thought and creativity across the board. ‘Off The Radar’ is the title track taken from her forthcoming debut LP out June 2nd via City Slang. Touching on the video, Noga Erez wrote: “The video takes place at a bizarre sports event where Read more […]
Australian artist BROOKLNN makes her debut with a slick pop treat titled ‘Brandy’. Produced by Harry Sommerdah in Stockholm, there is an undeniable upbeat Scandi sprinkling with BROOKLNN giving the track the right amount of vocal pep making it the perfect summertime track and a magnificent introduction to the Brisbane-raised singer. Regarding the single, BROOKLYNN stated: “I wrote the chorus for ‘Brandy’, like a poem without a melody, two weeks before we wrote the rest of the song. I Read more […]
With her new EP ‘Heavy Heart’ landing May 25th, Brooklyn-based artist McKenize Ellis aka Mothica has shared her latest song entitled ‘Self-Destructive’. A refined serving of pop, the content revolves around the hurt of being the second person in a relationship and the difficulty of trying to leave it but not being able to.