His self-confessed love of artists such as Burial and Aphex Twin filter through Alexander Vincent‘s devastating latest single, ‘Free Myself’.
With their new album, Dadcore set to be released January 2019, Netherlands quartet Mozes and the Firstborn have released their new single, ‘If I’ and it hints that something significant is on the way.
Amsterdam native, Nana Adjoa seems to have finally found her true musical path with her latest thought-provoking release.
An old soul at heart, Charlene Soraia‘s latest triumph, ‘Tragic Youth‘ is a promising precursor to her forthcoming long player released this January.
Sydney-based singer-songwriter Lupa J has emerged with strange and satisfying new single, ‘Drift‘.
With a cavalcade of thrilling bands on their way to Glasgow this October, London’s Calva Louise is one of the most notable.
This might be the third song to be taken from Candian stunner Jeen‘s latest long player, Gift Shop, but it’s our first introduction and one that has pushed other listening to one side.
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…
Ebbing and flowing with ethereal ease, Glasgow-based trio Cloth have debuted with a sublime alternative ballad. With a vocal that washes over you like morning sunlight and tenacious folk-strum all parcelled in a lush ambience, this sits comfortably as one of the best songs to come out of Scotland this year.
One of the beautiful things about music blogging is that you get to cover an abundance of music, that’s a given. There’s a tendency to also try and cover as many new artists as possible without necessarily using your support to help develop an audience around them. London-based alt-punk trio DANCEHALL are a band that…