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Julian Bell: ‘Red Love’

Julian Bell delivers a fascinating soundscape with his latest release, ‘Red Love’. Taken from his forthcoming project, A Rough Draft which is released later this year, the single’s plush, pulsating bass and seductive vocal make you want to jump straight into Bell’s seraphic sonic ocean. This is a tender, otherworldly and unforgettable.

Soleima: ‘Low Life’

Soleima has gained notable praise and support from the Danish press. Ahead of her appearance at Eurosonic this year, the Copenhagen singer-songwriter has emerged with her first release of 2018. She says of the new single, “’Low Life’ is a song about embracing whatever you’ve got in life, and about empowering yourself,” says Soleima. “I had somebody…

Sam Frankl: ‘Gold Rush’

With a voice like plush velvet, London poet, singer-songwriter Sam Frankl has revealed one of the more innovative releases of 2017. An absolutely mesmerising body of rhythm and soul, ‘Gold Rush‘ is full of poignant reflections on hope, fear and is a self-proclaimed protest. With a sophisticated charm, this is blessed with so much character…

Siobhan Wilson: ‘Dark Matter’

With her latest album, There Are No Saints gaining widespread acclaim, Siobhan Wilson has continued to organically build her profile in music.  ‘Dark Matter’, is the latest song to be accompanied by another striking video. She says of it, “‘Dark Matter’ is about all of the things you can never understand about life, time, space and people. The…

Ava Love: ‘Chophouse’

You can tell from the offset that Ava Love are accomplished musicians, within their instrumental is a confidence and dynamic that you can’t ignore. ‘Chophouse‘ is the latest release from the Edinburgh-based outfit and provides a fascinating fusion of aggressive 80s pop and math rock. With its stylish synth-pop licks and big blazing chorus, this has…

On Better Terms: ‘What You Make It’

Hardcore Dallas, Texas outfit On Better Terms have emerged with one of the most passionate and endearing songs in alternative music of late. A punch to the gut, ‘What You Make It’ combines a beautiful blend of dissonance, heart-rendering melodies which neatly stitch up their potential. Confronting feelings of hope and intention, it’s life-affirming video accompaniment…

Line Bøgh – ‘Yellow Moon’

With an album on the horizon, Copenhagen-based indie folk songstress Line Bøgh has released ‘Yellow Moon‘ as a taster.  It’s subtle electronic manipulations combined with Line’s tender vocals leave you drifting in its rudderless beauty. This is a delight.

Steve Benjamins: ‘Silence’

Toronto-based musician Steve Benjamins has been regularly releasing music, as first-time listeners, his latest song ‘Silence‘ has made one hell of an impact. As minimal is it is, this has a deep-rooted sense of jubilation about it. Achieving a great balance between two dynamic extremes, this has a strong sense of what it wants to be.…

KVASIR: ‘Motion’

Since the landing of the Drive soundtrack and more recently Stranger Things, the influx of electronic artists inspired by the artists behind the scores has quadrupled. The familiar synth arpeggios, the slick artwork and the 80s underlying vein have dominated music. KVASIR is the latest mysterious artist to enter the electro playing field. His own artistic vision…

GØSPEL: ‘Bodies’

Having picked up dedicated support from mainstream radio and music sites over the course of 2016, GØSPEL have cemented themselves as one of the bands to move a step closer to becoming one of the more established new electronic artists of 2017.  Their new single ‘Bodies’ set to be released 6th January is a familiar mix…