Matilda Mård’s vocal is exquisite and it elevates the latest release as Many Voices Speak to a place of complete solace.
Montreal quartet, Louize have delivered one of the more enigmatic songs of 2018.
Newcastle’s music community reminds me a lot of Glasgow sometimes, the abundance of talent and the regular connection between musicians and bands helps keep faith especially when it comes to DIY.
Shoegaze has had an encouraging resurgence of late and there have been certain notables that have helped bring it back to the forefront of modern music.
Cautious Clay’s Blood Type EP was something of a revelation for us. His instantly recognisable rich vocal combined with rudimental production put him on the map.
The 4th single to be taken from the band’s debut EP, Long Distance Celebration sees the Brighton 4-piece create a punk chorale saturated in atmospheric iridescence.
Melbourne surf-punk outfit Hobson Bay Coast Guard give the first taster from their forthcoming long player. ‘Dolphin Racer’, is a glorious, gleeful and high-power introduction to the quartet. Glued together with sugar-pop melodies and lush harmonies, this recaptures a preteen joy where there are no cares in the world, just you and the music.
Welcome to the Podcart playlist.
Rachel K Collier has been a pop success story for us over the last year or so. The London-based producer has developed a refined and bombastic sound releasing hit after hit. ‘Poison‘ is her latest triumph and one that wields enough notable pop ingenuity to separate her from the rest of the current commercial mainstream…
With a vocal created to soundtrack the best imagery, Cat Pierce’s latest release is another instance to showcase how promising she is as a solo artist. ‘Sometimes You Lose‘ is a compelling listen and one that beautifully illustrates how bittersweet romance can be. There’s a cynical undertone to it, but there’s a hope in her vocal…