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Wax Idols: ‘Deborah’

Taken from Wax Idols’ critically-acclaimed album, American Tragic, ‘Deborah‘ is the latest song to be released by the Oakland/LA quartet.  Produced by Omar Acosta (Stretch and Bobbito), the esoteric accompanying video visually captures the song perfectly.  ‘Deborah‘ is mellow, ethereal and bathed in atmosphere, it’s the sound of a band with a killer chorus revitalised and confidently showcasing their…

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’. …

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…

SKJØR: ‘Without Hope’

Edinburgh-based  quartet SKJØR already have an impressive live CV supporting the likes of Teleman, Lanterns on the Lake and Paper Kites. Their forthcoming single, ‘Self Control’ is due out later this month and b-side ‘Without Hope’ in particular showcases the promise of the band.  Illustrating an unspeakable hurt captured by Louise McCraw’s vocal and the emotion it…

Sorcha Richardson: ‘Ruin Your Night’

Brooklyn-based, Dublin-born chanteuse Sorcha Richardson‘s latest release sees the singer-songwriter confess her ill-fated romances. More contemplative than melancholy, Richardson manages to infuse the song with a romantic, wistful wave. ‘Ruin You Night’ is the impressive third single from an artist who has produced a charming balance of sweet melody, subtle folk twinkle, whilst flirting with a rock undertone. There…

Weirdo: ‘Attitude’

An enigmatic artist, Weirdo has managed to gain notable acclaim and create interweb hype. They live between Berlin and the UK and that’s about as much as I know, but hey, fuck the mystery – it’s about the music. ‘Attitude’, is the 3rd track to be released and if there’s a single cohesive quality that…

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.

Lady Pills: ‘Eat Them’

Having recently released their debut album Despite, Boston-based trio, Lady Pills, have released the first single ‘Eat Them’ from the long player.  Melding garage rock and new-wave punk into an infectious and danceable protest song, the trio are an unholy and impressive alliance. Turn this up loud and feel free to say a big ‘fuck you’ to whoever…

Zyna Hel: ‘Catacombs’

Self-proclaimed disco witch Zyna Hel has landed with an impressive new bombastic hit ‘Catacombs’. Produced by Benjamin Power (Blanck Mass, Fuck Buttons), this is a welcome marriage of Hel’s lighter pop elements and Power’s harsh electro-pneumatic beats. “Catacombs is about the sometimes complicated relationships between mothers and daughters, and the ways in which we inherit patterns from…