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Laminate Pet Animal: ‘For Her’

Bedroom composers and producers Laminate Pet Animal are Leeds duo Thomas Trueman and Tom Bradshaw. Their latest electro-pop hit, ‘For Her’ delivers crisp and intricate production. By combining organic harmonies with precise cut-ups, the two-piece have created a lush and sophisticated anthem. With the likes of Chicane before them, this is the kind of euphoric dance…

Josiah & The Bonnevilles: ‘Can You Hear It’

Having just released their first EP, Cold Blood, Tennessee’s Josiah & The Bonnevilles have gained acclaimed praise from critics.  ‘Can You Hear It’ is Podcart’s first introduction to the band. Undoubtedly influenced by the likes of the Rolling Stones, the trio take on an anomalous wisdom. Delivering a poetic realism, this is a hook-filled, earnest and charming…

Few Bits: ‘Anyone Else’

Dreamy Belgium shoegaze outfit Few Bits are about to deliver a breath of summer with new release ‘Anyone Else’. Fronted by creative force Karolien Van Reensbeck, there is a subtle torch of melancholy underneath this, a considered and beautiful song shimmering with post-punk guitars and dreamy vocals. This still manages to scream with defiance despite the whispers…

Green Gerry: ‘Mean Miracle’

Los Angeles psychedelic pop mastermind Gerry Green delivers his latest single ‘Mean Miracle’. Defiantly charging into unchartered musical territories, Green has maintained an epic dynamic throughout this track reminiscent of the likes of Super Furry Animals. This is an unapologetic over-the-top pop rock sonic masterblast.

Rosie Carney: ‘Better Man’

Having gained significant praise in Northern Ireland, Rosie Carney has been placed on our radar by a number of people including the beatific Robyn G Shiels. Originally from Hampshire, the chanteuse now resides in Donegal. Her latest release ‘Better Man’ is nothing short of sensational. There is a vulnerable freshness about Carney which places her in the…

ISLE: ‘Luna’

Scottish duo ISLE have been consistently impressing with their slick productions and epic hooks. Latest track ‘Luna’ is another addition to their faultless catalogue. Liam Rutherford’s production technique points to an expert that should overtake the world of electro-indie. Unlike so many other electronic artists, this has an organic strength and doesn’t feel like a clever…

King: ‘Promise’

Hailing from Copenhagen KING has catapulted onto the urban plain with the dynamic ‘Promise’. With its intense dance floor dynamics and dreamy shades, this is a swooning synth-pop rush. Don’t let KING fool you into thinking she is a timid soloist, ‘Promise’ is a clear example of a fierce new pop star.

River Whyless: ‘All Day All Night’

Experimental folk-rock quartet River Whyless have emerged with assuaging ballad, ‘All Day All Night’. The multi-disciplined Asheville-based four-piece are set to release album We all The Light via Roll Call Records on August 26th.  With its meditative flavour, ‘All Day All Night’ illustrates the relentless eclecticism of the band. Hushed and dreamy, it arouses the roving days…