MonthAugust 2016

Top Tracks: August

We have put together a list of songs that have stood out this month for a plethora of reasons. Please take the time to invest and immerse in them: The Slow Revolt: ‘Stitched Hearts’ As stunning in production as it is in delivery, this is the second track to be taken from the band’s Sketches…

Mt. Doubt: ‘Thirst’

When music blog Scottish Fiction called it a day, there was a sense of dread for many including myself. With Scottish music bloggers dropping like flies, it’s starting to feel a bit lonely out here. On the plus side, Neil Wilson (the man behind the moniker) has started a DIY label! His first release was…

Songs Of The Month: August

We have put together a list of songs that have stood out this month for a plethora of reasons. Please take time to invest and immerse in them: Capture: ‘Truth (feat. Lover)’    A haunting electro-ballad that is sparse in structure, but steeped in an underlying heartache. It’s electronica like this that stands heads and…

Premiere: River Nelson – ‘More’

 River Nelson‘s impressive back catalogue is nothing short of inspiring. The U.S. hip hop artist has received critical acclaim and his talking points have continued to illustrate his diligent and intelligent worldview. ‘More’ is the latest song to be taken from his third full length album, How To Dream. Comprised of 12 tracks, the new album is…

Prequell – ‘Pt. IV’

Renowned composer Thomas Roussel has a career spanning composition for film, fashion, advertising and much more. The French luminary also known as Prequell has now revealed a new EP and our first taste is the dazzling ‘Pt. IV’. Roussel says of ‘Pt. IV’ and its influence, “I’m fascinated by space. When NASA released the frequencies…

Simon Shackleton: ‘Far & Wide’

With 20 years in the industry under various guises, Simon Shackleton has built a successful and respected reputation within the realms of electronic music. ‘Far & Wide’ is the 2nd Single from the forthcoming Piece of Me album, a project ten years in the making.  It’s repetitive synth riffs echoing amongst an expansive electronic background…

Theme Park: ‘You Are Real (Mystery Jets Remix)’

London trio Theme Park‘s first single to be taken from the band’s forthcoming album, ‘You Are Real’ has been reworked by none other than Mystery Jets. Keeping up with stylistic shifts, this crams numerous music ideas whilst still maintaining the original collective spirit of the 3-piece’s original. This is a fine balance between pop and experimentalism.

KALIPO: ‘Dyson’

Taken from Stiff Little Spinners Vol. 7, Kalipo a.k.a. Jakob Häglsperger has revealed new track ‘Dyson‘.  ‘Dyson’ displays more intellectual rigour, attention to detail and subtle discipline than a number of Häglsperger’s peers. It’s rhythmic patterns and haunting undertones are nothing short of thrilling.

Atlas Wynd: ‘I’ve Had Enough’

Having announced that their debut single will be released via Meltdown Records, Brighton’s Atlas Wynd have built quite the live reputation in their hometown.  ‘I’ve Had Enough’, is a call back to early 2000 bands including the likes of The Hives that slapped you in the face with their catchy, don’t-give-a-fuck anthems.  Frenetic guitars and addictive…