London artist DRIFT. has hit the target with her new single ‘Genderland’. Aside from perfectly fusing the sound of dub reggae, pop and electronica, all driven by a punk attitude, lyrically she tackles issues ranging from homophobia to racism. Using her seductive voice as a weapon to challenge the status quo, DRIFT. is proving to be a one woman powerhouse, shaking nerves in the best way possible. The song is the title cut taken from her upcoming EP out September 8 via Avant! Records. Have a listen. Read more […]
If there is any producer in the grime scene who has been consistent at releasing not only hits beyond hits, but dropping tracks that literally gets spun years after they have landed, East London’s Rude Kid would be gunning for the top spot. Having blazed radio and sets with Ghetts yet again for their tune ‘Banger After Banger’, Rude Kid has now unveiled his latest EP ‘Monsters’. Comprise of six tracks including ‘Joe Bloggs’, fans can also find the ‘Banger After Banger’ instrumental in there as well. We’re sure a lot of emcees will be happy!
London band Arrows Of Love are set to release their new album ‘Product’ on July 21st. The new work follows their 2016 debut LP ‘Everything’s Fucked’. Wasting no time, the group have brought forth their latest single ‘Signal’. Bursting with a raging energy of cutting alternative, Arrows Of Love are flying in pure stealth mode, with punchy swings that hit like a blow to the chest. This is definitely a soundtrack to action. Have a listen.
When Leeds band NIGHT OWLS released their debut EP ‘INFORMALDEHYDE’, they were slinging out raw and loud sounds of grunge. Things have musically appeared to make a slight turn as the group have now unveiled their new track titled ‘Out Of My Head’. Opting for more of a dreamy shoegaze fronting, gone are the fast, fuzzy guitar riffs but rather mellow strums and easing vocals. Definitely promising with their new direction, ‘Out Of My Head’ is out now via Till Deaf Do us Party Records.
Colour of Spring are gearing up for the release of their new self-titled EP, out June 23rd on House of Love Records. Having previously shared their dreamy tune ‘Love’, the Leeds-based band now unveil their latest shoegaze-driven track ‘Sun’. Maintaining a blissful indie backing, there are also post-punk strums soaring through the tune, making it another solid single from the promising outfit. You can stream ‘Sun’ below.
Having recieved support from BBC Radio 1 for his past two singles ‘Sword’ and ‘Ghosts’, London singer August brings forth a heartfelt new track titled ‘Chemical’. The moving pop song deals with the topic of riding the wave of love through the good and bad times. The stellar song is one that will probably bring a few people to tears. In a press statement regarding the ‘Chemical’, August wrote: “To truly love is to walk through both joy and suffering, this song is about trying to handle Read more […]
Having released ethereal electronica that would be seminal during the time of dusk, London-based Esther Joy has ventured further into the darker side of sound with her new track ‘Samgel’. Led by fuzzy, shifting synths and hard-hitting drums, the huskiness of the production is balanced with Joy’s haunting style of vocals. The tune is taken from her forthcoming EP ‘Psychic Tears’, which is out August 11th.
Taking the sounds of 90s r&b, early 2000s UK garage and dark club is the latest heater from London duo S4U titled ‘Too Much’. The song follows their last haunting and bouncy track ‘Isle Of Dogs’, adding a bit more pep in the BPMs yet still peppered with their edgy and nightly touch. This is another tune that you can expect to hear throughout the summer in the raves as S4U continue drop fire record after record. Listen to ‘Too Much’ down at the bottom. Read more […]
Babe Punch are a young band hailing from Nottingham who you absolutely need to get familiar with. Delivering punk and pop in all their glory, their forthcoming track ‘Control’ is a fine taste of what the group have to offer. Fast, loud and utterly energetic, this is the kind of rock & roll that will raise a few pulses and we’re loving it every minute of it. ‘Control’ is out July 7th. Stream the track down at the bottom. Read more […]
Nottingham duo April Towers first appeared on the radar back in 2014 with the release of their debut single ‘Arcadia’. Since that time they have gone on to drop some pretty amazing indie pop tunes including ‘A Little Bit of Fear’ and their ‘Silent Fever’ EP. With their debut album ‘Certified Freaky’ set to land next year, April Towers have unveiled their new cut ‘Takes One To Know One’. out June 26. A feel-good bit for the summer, musically the song swirls together the sound of modern indie electronica with a notch of 80s pop reminiscent of acts like Duran Duran. Check it out below.