With their debut album set to release in the UK January 25th via Hassle Records, Australian indie punk outfit, Press Club reveal their latest single ‘Headwreck’.
Amber Wilson first blessed our aural stream back in around 2010, with an unforgettable vocal it was easy to see why she was later selected by Bombay Bicycle Club as a vocalist whilst Lucy Rose focused on her solo project.
Taken from the new EP How To Save Water, Montreal producer Robert Robert beguiles with his new single, ‘The Person Who Knows’.
The Swedish dream-pop outfit return with their new single.
The Ann Arbor native has gained significant praise for his deeply unsettling score for Hereditary and now lends his remarkable talents to upcoming series The First.
It seems like only a heartbeat has passed since the release of Aidan Moffat & RM Hubbert‘s critically acclaimed album, Here Lies The Body.
South London duo Silk Cinema have emerged with the all-embracing ‘Say You’ll Love Me‘. With an undeniable talent for injecting a lyric with vulnerability, this is cocooned in RnB glamour and underpinned with an 80s romanticism that sets it apart.
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…
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’. …
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…