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Disrobed and romantic, “Borrow my Body” is layered with warm synthesised piano and shimmering guitars under an honest raw vocal. Kept in time with a lone ride cymbal, peaks and troughs are led by fearless baritone guitar and measured amplifier feedback, joined later by a triumphant tom drum rhythm.There’s an unlikeness to Sydney Artist Lisa Caruso that left a mark on avid listeners after the success of her first releases....Read More »
Having been described as ‘honest pop,’ Magic Island’s soundscape is permeated by haunting and unforgettable flavours. The artist weaves together unembellished compositions with tangles and twists of her signature weirdness.
Starting with short vocal lines and looping melodies on her keyboard, Magic Island builds them up and out, pulling freely from R&B, experimental pop, and soulful sounds.
Magic Island: Warm Heaven
Warm Heaven by Magic Island
newest EP by Magic Island (Berlin)
released July 12,...Read More »
Jasmine Rodgers releases Underwater, a live recording made at Kore Studios in May. Featuring Ivor Novello Award winning Scott Matthews, Underwater also features Danny Keane on cello. “I wanted to capture us all together in one room because I think the energy is different and more intense. I’ve been fortunate enough to support Scott on his last tour and I knew it would be really fun to do this. It’s...Read More »
Mini Trees – Steady Me – EP 2019
Mini Trees is the brand-new musical endeavor from LA artist Lexi Vega. In recent years, her musical career has centered around her role as a drummer, both in the studio and onstage, but with the emergence of Mini Trees, the artist unveils her penchant for lyric and melody with her debut EP, Steady Me. These five songs catalog years of navigating unforgiving waters...Read More »
Crystalline – Drowning
Crystalline are a powerhouse indie rock band led by the dynamic vocals and livewire stage presence of Eva Mullen. Like all the best rock n’ roll gangs, the five-piece have a shared vision of restoring the rawness of guitar music and festival-ready choruses to the top of the tree and come armed with the looks, charm and ear for a hook to do it.
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Freschard – ON FIRE
Freschard – ON FIRE
ON FIRE by FRESCHARD
Freschard grew up in a farm in French Burgundy. She started organizing shows in the barn when she was about 12 years old. Aged 18 she moved to the big city, Paris, where she baked pies and cakes in a cafe. There, a local musician and regular customer called Andre Herman Dune wrote a few songs for her to sing. She...Read More »
Ashe sings out of her heart without ever sounding like she is doing more than talking. But that kind of singing/talking sounds so inviting, powerful and natural that is so very hard to not fall for her. Of course it’s hard not to see bits of Lana Del Rey in her sound, but we can’t help to feel that Lana Del Rey would love to have her pace, her flow,...Read More »
Witching Waves – Persistence
Persistence by Witching Waves
Third album from London post punk trio Witching Waves! Recorded live to tape over 2 days at Sound Savers, this new record sounds authentic, alive, and arguably their most confident album to date.
Witching Waves Persistence: http://smarturl.it/witchingwaves
The London trio Witching Waves released their first cassette, First Tape, in 2013. Drummer/vocalist Emma Wigham, bassist Ed Shellard, and guitarist/vocalist Mark Jasper (who also helps runs Sound Savers...Read More »
Say Sue Me – One Question (remastered 2018)Damnably/Electric Muse 2019
Say Sue Me’s debut ep “Big Summer Night” was originally released July 14, 2015 on CD only by Electric Muse in Korea and was included on the Say Sue Me compilation Damnably released in 2017.
The tracks have now been wonderfully remastered by Matthew Barnhart of Chicago Mastering Services for RSD2019.
Released on April 13 for Record Store Day UK/JP/KR 2019 on transparent...Read More »
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Born in Denver, Colorado artist Jett Kwong was introduced to singing at just five years old. Since then, she has gone on to perform and teach around the globe, lighting up venues from Shanghai to Berlin. Jett found her home in Los Angeles, California, where she now captivates audiences with her voice and Chinese guzheng music. Jett’s work is colored by themes such as family, her identity as a mixed...Read More »