MonthSeptember 2017

Lazy Day: ‘Hiccup’

It’s not only Tilly Scantlebury’s voice that has become something of a beacon in an ocean for me, Lazy Day have this incredible gift of writing some of the most addictive, yet understated hooks. ‘Hiccup‘ is the latest release from the quartet. Accompanied by a kaleidoscopic, rainbow-fuelled video, its sweeping, transcendental guitars are set to a…

Jilk: ‘Clavoline’

Bristol is arguably one of the most musically rich cities in the UK. Thanks to collectives like Howling Owl, bands like Spectres and Lice and previous pioneers Massive Attack and Portishead, I have always felt it has been a sibling to our own beloved Glasgow in that respect. Jilk are the latest band to be…

Frida Sundemo: ‘Gold’

With her debut record, Flashbacks + Futures set to be one of the most significant releases of the year, Swedish singer-songwriter Frida Sundemo is a revelation.  Evocative new release, ‘Gold‘ is a sonic soundscape where you will find yourself investing mind, body, and heart. The summation of its effect is a song that’s both timeless and of…

JW Ridley: ‘Somewhere Else’

With his latest EP due out later this month, JW Ridley has proven himself not only as versatile, but one of the more intriguing artists to emerge of late. His latest release, ‘Somewhere Else’, is a chance to ruminate in the strange beauty of his work. A tip of the cap to stalwarts such as The…