Innerspace Orchestra: ‘One Way Glass’

We have a new supergroup in our midst in the shape of Innerspace Orchestra. The new project of Tom Furse (The Horrors), Cathy Lucas (Fanfarlo) and Rose Elinor Dougall (Mark Ronson, The Pipettes) have revealed their introductory single ‘One Way Glass’. Airily psychedelic, the trio stretch stylistic boundaries and have produced a lush, romantic debut. ‘One…

Olga Bell: ‘Randomness’

Russian Native Olga Bell has catapulted the singer to the 90s dancefloor. Adopting a far moden production technique – this takes elements of funk and splices it with 80s synth-pop ambience and analogue dub techniques to create an inspiring epic pop soundscape.

Fresh: Isle – ‘Surrender’

Having created quite the impression with Mast, Liam Rutherford and Ben Singer are now reincarnated as Isle. Rutherford has come a long way since his first demos and it’s no secret I am an avid supporter. There is no question this is a mainstream pleaser, but having seen this duo perform live a few times…

Fresh: Flora Cash – ‘For Someone’

Flora Cash is husband and wife Cole Randall and Shpresa Lleshaj. The Swedish duo have released bewitching sonnet ‘For Someone’. Peppered vocally with warbling  leaps into soaring vibrato, there is something beautifully cinematic about this song. They capture an underlying sadness that is unexpectedly moving.

Fresh: Buddha Trixie – ‘Real’

Buddha Trixie describe themselves as four college kids holed up in a garage in San Diego which is perfectly reflected in their latest track ‘Real’.  This is not so much recycling classic rock ‘n’ roll, but reviving it with added ebullience. This is an exciting new wave attack that goes way beyond the band’s years.

Fresh: Dreuw – ‘Wait’

Swindon doesn’t exactly conjure a catalogue of memorable musicians, but singer-songwriter Dreuw certainly is someone to put it on the map. His latest track ‘Wait’ is both vulnerable and affecting. Its quiet rippling guitar lines make you feel like you are immediately imposing on someone’s privacy. This is packed with dynamic bravery, if anything it leaves…

Fresh: Noble Oak – ‘Hyperion’

Canada continues to showcase an extraordinary new school of electronic artists and Noble Oak is no exception. If he’s aiming for naïve beauty with ‘Hyperion’ then he has hit it consistently here. For something so minimal this is surprisingly lavish. Subtly melodic and gloriously compelling, this is a real headphones moment.