Toronto band Alvvays are set to drop their new album ‘Antisocialites’ on September 8th. The new record follows their self-titled debut released back in 2014.
The foursome have also shared a new track titled ‘Plimsoll Punks’, which will be featured on the new LP. Tapping into the traditional side of punk, combined with an upbeat pop spirit and charming delivery, ‘Plimsoll Punks’ is a fun taster before the main course.
Last year Liverpool band HAARM made an amazing debut with the breakbeat driven cut ‘Foxglove’. They then followed-up with ‘In The Wild’ which was a nod to the 90s rave period. Now making their return with track number three, their latest single ‘Valentine’, the group continue to fan the flames as their sound etches closer to an electronic pop side, as delicate paired vocals mix with psych keys and upbeat drum lays.
With their debut album ‘Lovers’ right around the corner, landing September 8, Anna Of The North now unveil another single taken from the LP entitled ‘Money’. Using slick synths as the foundation to the sparkling pop piece, Anna Lotterud sends a warning to someone who is dating a girl who is only after one thing…the good old dinero. The tune follows the duo’s previous cut ‘Someone’ which was shared last month. Have a listen below.
Melbourne’s Swim Season follow-up from their previous cut ‘Lungs’ with the emotive cut ‘Collide’. It’s definitely heart-pulling time with this one, as the moving piece that revolves around the theme of simply moving past certain situations and progressing. Topped with glistening pop production, this band has a lot to offer and then some. Have a listen. Read more […]
Having put in years of work as a member of the band Slow Club, Rebecca Taylor now steps out as a solo act under the moniker Self Esteem.
Her first offering is the song ‘Your Wife’ which, led by consistent tribal drumming, is Taylor’s analysis on things ranging from limits and boundaries to sexual liberation in this modern world that we live in. The track is produced by Dave Maclean of Django Django fame.
‘Your Wife’ will get released on September 29th via Kick N Clap!.
Following their funk filled track ‘Pass The Peace’, Bristol band New Carnival make their return with their latest bouncy offering ‘Solid Gold’. For this one, the foursome have taken a stroll down more of an indie pop lane as head-nodding drumming backs sharp guitar licks all the while making for a mid-tempo scorcher that finds the boys throwing a little more spice in the mix. You can stream ‘Solid Gold’ down at the bottom. Read more […]
Alex Ebert brings an infectious and feel-good track with his latest single ‘Broken Record’. A musical and magical journey through a wonderland of sorts, for the official video, Ebert has connected with RUFFMERCY to provide vibrant animation as various objects and patters swirl about in clips. The trippy vid is one that coincide with the music quite lovely and makes you feel like your floating on a natural high. Have a look. Read more […]
Carmen Villain and experimental art-pop star Jenny Hval have come together for the haunting track ‘Borders’. Dark in production, the mood of the song brilliantly coincides with the climate of these modern times in which Villian touches on – racism, fear and the idea of border patrols. Ghostly vocals float around the tune as Hval adds her magic to the chorus, making this nothing short of a brilliant piece of work.
Swedish artist Summer Heart has shared his latest single titled ‘Follow’. Taken from his forthcoming LP ‘101’, the track is a chilled and soothing pop piece with a bit of an upbeat spark that again is flows with a cool brisk like the autumn season.
Back in 2015 Canadian band Sc Mira dropped their killer record ‘Waiting Room Baby’ which whipped around the sounds of indie, alternative and a sort of folk-like styling which the band have dubbed death pop. Gaining traction, the next couple years found the band back in the studio working on new songs which would manifest itself into the forthcoming ‘Keep Crawling’ EP. Set to land September 22nd, the group have shared the lead-off track entitled ‘Mexico’. Slightly peppier stylistically with a Read more […]