Barcelona’s SDH (Semiotics Department Of Heteronyms) have unveiled the video to their single ‘Tell Them’, the title track to their latest EP out now on Avant! Records. Filmed at night, the pair trek the streets with the video itself replicating a VHS tape style of presentation. Check it out. Read more […]
Over the past two years HAARM have released a batch of quality recordings. Experimenting with pop sonics, their latest single ‘Box of Bones’ is an invigorating taste of dark pop and upbeat electronica that is also sewn with post-punk and new wave linings. Landing April 6th, HAARM continue to release gem after gem. Touching on the track, HAARM mentioned: “We wanted ‘Box of Bones’ to be a marriage between horror and pop music. We wrote the song shortly after watching a film called The Read more […]
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.
Athens has been a hotbed for talent for years now. Whether electronica, pop or rock, the city has produced a number of incredible acts. The Noise Figures are among that list, bringing some of the heaviest dose of psych and fuzz rock around. Having released their self-titled debut LP back in 2013, followed by their 2015 album ‘Aphelion’. The pair consisting of George Nikas and Stamos Bamparis make their return with their third offering ‘Telepath’. Holding back no punches, the ten song conceptual album touching of the idea of spirituality is packed with fire streaking garage rock, noise, alternative and stealth post-punk. Beyond energetic, the polished and beefy production is accompanied with lush melodies that add a a perfect balance to the hard-hitting rhythms.
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.
When it comes to the sounds of dark electronica, the city of Bristol has birthed some of the most influential artists and bands in music. North Sea Navigator has continued to walk in that tradition releasing cutting edge music with Timothy X Atack for Sleepdogs. Now the Bristol-based producer and composer will drop his debut solo album ‘The Memory Clears the Space for What’s Needed’ on April 13th via Blurred Recordings.
Electronic duo Boy Harsher will reissue their previously released albums ‘Lesser Man’ and ‘Yr Body Is Nothing’ on April 27th via their Nude Club imprint. With a new album in the works, the group will also drop a two song 12′ titled ‘Pain II’ on May 11th.
Esther Joy had a busy 2017 touring with Charli XCX’s band. The London-based artist now returns with a new track titled ‘Day 1 (Silipur Leaves Home)’. Taken from her upcoming EP ‘The Acid Caves’, the cut is a roller coaster ride of bass-twisting electronica combined with a digital punk whipping that completely punches you in the face with force. If there is a modern that exudes a sense of power and might, it’s definitely Esther Joy.
Sofia Härdig is one of Sweden’s musical weapons, having blasted off with fiery rock & roll and post-punk like a general on the front line. Prepping for the release of her new album ‘Changing The Order’, Härdig has unveiled her latest single ‘Let Me Fall’. Meshing the sound of new wave with echoing post-punk guitars, a 4×4 beat pulses through the track whilst her soaked vocals help to create a moody and hauntingly atmospheric soundscape.
Post-punk duo Lea Porcelain released one of our top five albums of 2017 ‘Hymns To The Night’. Refusing to take any time off, the Berlin-based pair have now announced the release of their upcoming self-titled EP, out this April. Comprised of four songs, they have also unveiled the first single from the record entitled ‘If Time Was on My Side’. Blanketed with haunting synths and ghostly, echoing vocals, tinges of melancholy floats around the track, with Lea Porcelain still presenting their post-punk flow of goodness.