Who would have knew that Spain-based band Hinds were into football? Well, whether they are or not, the foursome have taken to the field in their latest video ‘New For You’. Now if you’re expecting to see plays on the level of Lionel Messi, then you might be quickly disappointed, however, if you want to see the girls having a great time then look no further. The video is directed by Carlotta Cosials, with the song taken from Hinds’ forthcoming album ‘I Don’t Run’.
Danish trio Nelson Can has released their extremely impressive ‘EP3’, which is out via Alcopop Records. Aside from us having already played it countless times, one of the top tracks on the EP is their tune ‘Downtown’. They have now released a video for the cut. Shot by Jakob Sleiborg and edited by MAGMA CPH, the visuals feature the girls performing the song with the entire video shaded in red. You can watch ‘Downtown’ below.
It is quite exciting news that Dark Horses have made their return with another single. Their latest track ‘XIII’ was shared a short while back and now the group have unveiled the official video for the song. The black and white shot video stylistically draws inspiration from Fritz Lang-style of film-making and features choreographer Király creating true performance art in the streets of Berlin. Hyper-sped motion gives the video a frantic and haunting feel, complimenting the post-punk sound Read more […]
Brighton band White Room is a group who need to be high on your must-hear list. With a stream of records that seem to only get better by each release, their latest single ‘Twisted Celebration’ is definitely no exception. Falling somewhere between 60s Brit pop, carnival psychedelic and blues rock, the swinging single is an absolute magical ride.
Whilst their previous single ‘Getting Over You (By Dressing Up Like You)’ was vibrantly upbeat, London band CHILDCARE slow down the tempo with their latest recording ‘Put Down Your Pen’. Dedicated to a penfriend that singer Ed Cares had, the song acts as a sort of farewell to the situation. The song also highlights the musical diversity of the band lashing guitar riffs streak amidst slow, burning drum hits. CHILDCARE continue to amaze us with each release. Have a listen. Read more […]
The Dials have been Brighton’s secret weapon for 15 years now. And whilst it’s almost hard to believe that the band formed in 2002 rather than maybe 1962, their perfect blend of psychedelic, jazz, garage, surf, pop and more is right up to par with the legends of the past. Releasing their self-titled debut album back in 2007, followed by their 2009 sophomore LP ‘The Companions of The Rosy Hours’ and finally their third offering ‘The End Of The Pier’ which landed in 2013, it seemed that the band had packed one hell of a musical ride spanning the six year range. So fast-forward to 2017, and just when you think that The Dials may have run clean out of steam, the lads have done just the opposite and pushed harder and damn near better than ever with their fourth album ‘That Was The Future’.
Rising star Alexa Dark has been going full force with a slew of great cuts throughout 2017. Weaving between alt-rock and pop rhythms, Dark has unveiled her new EP ‘Empty Drinks/Empty Heart’. Comprised of five songs in total, the record highlights her knack for vivid songwriting and standing delivery, packed with control and confidence. With the songs inspired by her late nights in London, turbulent relationships and transitions between cities, we have a stream of the EP down at the bottom.
BDY_PRTS are the Glasgow-based duo comprised of Jill O’Sullivan and Jenny Reeve. Whilst their music is dubbed electro future-pop, the visual and performance aspects of the group are also what complete the overall experience. Releasing a batch of fire hot pop records including their latest cut ‘Warrior’, their sound is experimental yet accessible, producing a picture perfect balance, with the artistry always at the forefront. BDY_PRTS will release their debut album ‘Fly Invisible Hero’ on November 24th via Aggrocat Records.
Brighton band The Dials have unveiled their latest video ‘Cuckoo Stone’. Directed by Neil Williams, the band gives a cinematic take on horror classicism, as the boys perform the cut with faces painted. The track itself is taken from The Dials’ eclectic latest album ‘That Was The Future’, which is out now via Gear Discs. Check it out.
Manchester band False Advertising embrace the art of biking in their latest video ‘Hey You’. What you have here is the band basically cycling around the city in some sort of race whilst at times suffering from harassment and even the lovely act of a band mate flipping over on his bike. This video will either make you want to rush and hit the road with your cycle or boycott it all together. ‘Hey You’ is directed by Callum Scott Dyson. Touching on the video False Advertising wrote: “None Read more […]