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Tigercub: Control

Tigercub: Control

TIGERCUB said: “MEGS has come at a crucial time in Tigercub’s career. We’ve put in a lot of ground work supporting bigger bands in Europe, as well as headlining our own shows, and are now starting to see our fan-base grow because of this. Now, thanks to the BPI, Tigercub can be ambitious and invest […]

Childcare: Kiss?

Childcare: Kiss?

Childcare finished 2016 playing their biggest shows to date – in front of thousands as part of Bastille’s nationwide arena tour. This came hot on the heels of the band releasing killer single ‘Film Club’ to comprehensive acclaim. ‘Film Club’ was the first taster of a new EP that also features the stellar ‘Kiss?’ and […]

Miss Tasha Dean – Love Is You

Miss Tasha Dean – Love Is You (Chrisette Michele cover) A singer/songwriter from Nottingham, uk, but now based in London. Miss Tasha Dean’s style is firmly rooted in the sound of old school R n B and soul, with influences such as Etta James, Destinys child, Monica and Brandy, to name a few. With the […]

Julia Lucille – Chthonic

Julia Lucille – Chthonic While Julia Lucille may not be an Austin native, her arrival and presence in our city and state has surely inspired her latest musical outing. This sprawling number wears the soul of nights spent cruising down empty highway rods, aided by slide guitar from RF Shannon‘s Luke Dawson. While it opens […]

Salt Petal: Telephone

Salt Petal: Telephone

Los Angeles-based collective Salt Petal is invigorating audiences and critics alike with a tropical surf-dance sound in a category all its own. A cross-border combination of Argentinian folk, Brazilian tropicalia, cumbia and up tempo surf rock blurs ethnic and musical boundaries, bringing to mind Blondie, Os Mutantes, Gal Costa, and 60′s rock and roll. The […]

Jennie Laws: Sabotage

Jennie Laws: Sabotage

With distinctive and dynamic vocal artistry, unique and original songwriting skills and wide range of influences and inspirations, Jennie Laws has emerged as a beautiful and brilliantly talented new arrival on the cutting edge of today’s music. Yet for all her extraordinary gifts, the Toronto-born singer, composer and multi-instrumentalist is perhaps most notable for her […]

Luha: Blue Whale

Luha: Blue Whale

Luha is a Swedish newcomer singer and songwriter based in Stockholm who has delivered her debut single called “Blue Whale”. “Blue Whale” is inspired and influenced by different cultures and nature. My ancestors and relatives are a fisherfolk living on the oceans for generations. We’ve been feeding and depending on it for so long now […]

Hezen: Oil Fire

Hezen: Oil Fire

“Music is how I make sense of my experiences. My songs are intimate and cathartic – I hope they can be for others too.” Hezen is the creation of London-based French producer and songwriter Sarah Hezen. Her indelible material comprises electronic beats layered with orchestral instruments, tackling themes that explore the body, femininity and the […]

Matiryaloka: Compromised feat. Nashira Cole

Matiryaloka: Compromised feat. Nashira Cole

Berlin-based producer Matiryaloka prepares to release the emotive lead single ‘Compromised’ set to drop on the 30th January. The track has been taken off his forthcoming debut EP entitled ‘Drama Disc’, out independently on the 20th February. ‘Compromised’ features the vocals of rising singer Nashira Cole, whose stirring performance instills a layer of pop influences […]

Rondo Mo: Overflow

Rondo Mo: Overflow

‘Overflow’ marks the first official release of Rondo Mo, the pseudonym of South-Londoner Robbie Redway. With his distinctive blend of dark, soulful electronica, this is unmistakably the sound of a promising new artist. The vocalist, producer and instrumentalist excels in creating a mood that can appeal to both dance lovers and a more indie audience, […]

Fujiya & Miyag: Extended Dance Mix

Fujiya & Miyag: Extended Dance Mix

For a band acutely aware of our own futile existence and gradual demise on this planet, Fujiya & Miyagi sure know how to take that desolation and dance to it. Their second EP, from a series of three, is littered with thematic ruminations on scepticism, privilege, repetition, getting older, human beings’ place and significance in […]

Starling: No Rest for the Wicked

Starling: No Rest for the Wicked Starling began to sing, starting with covers of Joni Mitchell and Bill Withers, progressing into writing her own brand of dark, brooding pop only 18 months ago. Citing Patti Smith, Bat For Lashes and Fiona Apple as influences, it’s the wild, emotional properties of those artists that attract her. […]