Archive for: April, 2017

Phoenix have released J-Boy, new song from their upcoming album Ti Amo, and you can hear to it below!The French band comprises Thomas Mars, Deck D’Arcy, Christian Mazzalai, and Laurent Brancowitz, who started playing music as kids in a suburb of Versailles during the same cultural period that produced...

Smooth and straightforward in introduction this track is generous and true to the style of Kora. This track progresses steadily using long synth sounds in punctuating the build up of the track. with a pulsating melody introduced subtly in the initial stages, it continues to run in the background with an almost timpani...

Harlem queen Lynette Williams is a sultry vocalist who will take you to the highest of highs or the lowest of lows all with her voice. Few people possess the gift to have a listener hang on every word sung yet this is a skill Williams utilises with ease. Using vocals as part of the rhythm section adds an extra element...

Dead Language has crafted an uplifting yet hauntingly somber EP that takes a look into the world of Dominic Price as a person. It is clear when listening to Like Heart Price has taken comfort in writing lyrics that directly represents his life in that period of time. Drawing from his surroundings Dead Language...

Every song takes its listener on a journey. From our most simple thoughts to our deepest desires, each journey is unique. The journey between two people can be long, complicated, and highly emotive. The new single from Kendl takes us deeper than many dance tracks. The track is called For Her, and it’s a flawless...

Rome Fortune is making waves in the Atlanta hip-hop scene; Fortune has hit the radars of people in the know and has been steadily growing his audience both far and wide. One thing that separates Rome Fortune to others pushing a similar sound is his creative expressionism which leads us to We Will Die. Rhymes recited...

Mugen is much more than a band; in fact, he’s a drinking, smoking, hedgehog who traverses the terrain of the human world as a personification of the music of Leeds-based indie songwriter Harry Kinchington, who he’s also loosely based on. And, the project doesn’t stop with just the Mugen and the music. The band’s...

Ghostpoet has just released new track Immigrant Boogie this is his latest material since the release of his third and much lauded, Shedding Skin album in 2015. Swathed in post-punk virtuosity, Immigrant Boogie is a narrative only too pertinent in 2017. Politically poignant and hauntingly beautiful as this track is....

Ahead of their upcoming EP, titled Codeine, Tennessee based band Welles have just released a new single, Life Like Mine. Self described as sounding like burnt toast, it’s a description that is especially evident as we hear the band warble their way through shades of washed out psychedelica and Sunday afternoon twang....

Bordo, who is made up of French residents Matt and Vinz among other commonalities share a love of wine and Italy, indicating why the name of their act is derived from the colour of a mutually appreciated drink and the Italian translation for on board (as they want to invite people to come cruise with them). The...