Best Of October

Best Of October

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 yourself in them:


Wild Ones: ‘Invite Me In’


The Portland quintet release their next single ahead of their long player, ‘Mirror Touch’ and it will leave you floating between dream and reality. A euphoric indie-electro ballad with exquisite depth and tinged with a sadness that makes it all the more affecting.

Drinker: ‘Dog Years (Ian Chang Remix)

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 Aaron Mendelsohn and Ariel Loh original has been injected with a jagged texture which serves beautifully to a fragile lead vocal. The bi-polar elements in this reworking work deep beneath your skin making this something unforgettable. 

JW Ridley: ‘Jaguar Spring’


One of 2017’s most notable artists, JW Ridley releases his new EP accompanied by new track ‘Jaguar Spring’. The mini riffs he creates, the emotion he conjures and the atmospheric journey he takes you on as an artist is faultless. This along with the EP is one of the best releases of the year.

Wy: ‘Gone Wild’


Certain songs make it quite difficult to keep a certain decorum when writing. There is something desperately affecting about this song. The susatined melancholic opening combined with Ebba’s ethereal vocal winds your heart into a coil. When that crescendo hits, the emtional relief is inexplicable. This is very special indeed.

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