MonthNovember 2016

Crow’s Feet: ‘Hesitator’

Glasgow-based outfit Crow’s Feet have been evolving for the last year or so. Their expansion in members has also led to an illuminating augmentation in sound and dynamic. Their latest single, ‘Hesitator’ shifts from a blend of gentle awe and trembling sweetness into a gut-wrenching crest.  This has a notably confessional edge lyrically and is the…

Coyóte: ‘Napoleon Syndrome’

LA, the home to an imaginary, wonderful and sometimes untouchable alternative universe. It’s also the natural habitat of outlandish foursome, Coyoté. ‘Napoleon Syndrome’ is the latest single from the quartet and has already picked up airplay from Radio 1 traitor (I jest) Zane Lowe. Exploding where a hundred other bands pale in comparison, this is fuzzed-up,…

Mïrändä: ‘THEM’

It’s incredible that an artist as young as Mïrändä has already worked with the likes of Josh Groban and Bill T. Jones, the New York electro producer recently released her EP Empire and it is a firm illustration that this is a talent to keep an eye on. Her latest song ‘THEM’, showcases the singer’s hushed and…

Margaux Avril: ‘Soon’

Margaux Avril has already expressed her love of both France and America. Much like her dual-citizenship, her music has the ability to bridge both sides of the Atlantic. Following the release of her French language album in 2013, she has returned with the evocative ‘Soon’. One of the most impressive things about the track is how…

Top Tracks: November

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:   William Arcane: ‘Hourglass‘ From a production effort alone this is stunning, Arcane manages to capture something within the mood that keeps you under his spell.…

SNOWPOET – ‘Mermaid (Jauge remix)’

Having released their stunning debut album earlier this year, London-based Snowpoet have now collaborated with notable producers to deliver an enigmatic remix EP. One producer and performer that has built his sound around his innovative approach to music is Jauge and we are delighted to bring you the first listening of his captivating rework of ‘Mermaid’. …

Painting Of A Panic Attack: A Personal Essay On Anxiety

  (Trigger Warning: this contains discussion around anxiety and panic attacks) I  will start by apologising to Frightened Rabbit’s Scott Hutchison for hijacking the band’s latest album title as my essay header, the words were simply too perfect. I have spoken about my battle with anxiety previously. It has become my imaginary friend and foe.…

Stööki Sound – ‘Hear That (Feat Jelacee & P Money)’

Having toured the world substantially, London-based duo Stööki Sound have gained notable praise and support over the last year. Their latest release ‘Hear That’ will please both hardcore grime-heads and casual fans. This delivers a steady, honed track that’s sharp enough to split flesh from the bone. With it’s hiccuping vocal rhythms, synths that sound like they have a…

Tourist: ‘U’

With a GRAMMY already under his belt, Tourist aka William Phillips has revealed the visually stunning video for ‘U‘. Co-directed by Jacob Robinson and Dillon Moore, ‘U’ conveys an under-the-skin, emotional plangency. Being able to produce a song that is not only simplistic, but resonates with a listener is no easy task, but Phillips does so effortlessly – this is…