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Druv Kent: What It’s All About

Indian-born, Singapore-based singer and songwriter Druv Kent unveils his new single ‘What It’s All About’ along with a compelling B&W video directed by TED Fellow filmmaker Puneet Rakheja, set for release via his own record label distributed by Horus Music UK on 18th November. The track follows on the success of the BBC Radio 2-approved singles ‘Little Bit of God’ and ‘Glitter & Dynamite’, which made him the first Asian-based...Read More »

Native People: Figure It Out

Kent quartet Native People show off their evolved sound in new single ‘Figure It Out’, set to drop on 28th October 2016. Produced by Huw Stephens-approved collective The Citrus Clouds and Oz Craggs, the new track retains the band’s core essence whilst showcasing their versatility as they explore a new direction for their sound. The focus leans towards the marriage of 90s R&B, downtempo funk and sleek contemporary pop, reminiscent...Read More »

Oh Malô: Miss You

Oh Malô (oh muh-low) presents a shape-shifting sound through their dynamic arrangements as delicate vocals intertwine with ambient guitars and powerful, aggressive drums. They combine influences from rhythmically innovative indie outfits such as Local Natives and Bombay Bicycle Club, vocalists Patrick Watson and the late Jeff Buckley, and the chilling ambiance of Radiohead and Sigur Rós to create an unpredictable blend of timbres. Over the past year, Oh Malô was...Read More »

Dia: Tiny Ocean

Dia is the stunning project of composer and performer, Danielle Birrittella. Her debut EP, Tiny Ocean, released with Manimal Records, features songs produced by Joey Waronker (Beck, REM, Atoms for Peace), Tim Carr (The Americans, HAIM) and Frankie Siragusa (theLAB). Raised on a Hindu ashram, she sang ceremonial ragas as a child, which led to training and performing as an opera singer throughout the U.S. and Europe. Along these travels,...Read More »

Mangoseed: Jah Jah

Hailing from the cultural and creative melting pot that is England’s capital city, Mangoseed comprise four musicians of Trinidadian, Jamaican, Australian and Irish descent. Perhaps no surprise, then, that this multinational troupe produce an enthralling fusion of global sounds, mashing up ska and soca, jungle and funk, rock and punk, all of it high-energy and unfailingly danceable. Originally formed by vocalist Nicholai La Barrie and guitarist Karlos Coleman, Mangoseed became...Read More »

Gurr: Walnuts

Gurr is a garagepop band from Berlin that sounds like a trashy 60s girl group meshed with poppy vocals in two voices and a flavor of eeriness dug out from the deep darkness that is the Berlin rocknroll bar’s restroom at 5 am. Gurr Garage-pop power trio Gurr call Berlin home, but their sunburnt hooks and playfully defiant attitude reveal more than a little classic California punk in their DNA. On...Read More »

Mariam: Be There For Me

British Singer/Songwriter Mariam shares debut single ‘Be There For Me’… Mariam is a singer/songwriter and self taught guitarist hailing from South London. Described as ‘atmospheric soul’, her music is the perfect blend of soul, folk and pop with thought provoking lyrics. Mariam has always had a strong passion for words, writing poetry and creative pieces at a young age. She was quick to understand that she had a natural gift...Read More »

Gabriel Wolfchild & The Northern Light: Runaways

Singer-songwriter Gabriel Wolfchild beautifully fuses a range of raw acoustic sounds with the electricity of cinematic alternative rock in his debut EP, Mornings Like These. Intertwining his natural ability for poetic storytelling with intricate guitar, Wolfchild successfully demonstrates the true meaning of Indie artistry. After finding success as a solo artist in his hometown of Seattle, Wolfchild sought the help of supporting musicians who would later become his band, creating...Read More »

DTCV: Conformiste

DTCV (PRONOUNCED DETECTIVE) was born late at night at a party in the Hollywood Hills mansion of a film producer, where Lola G., French musician in the L.A. stoner/garage scene met novelist, screenwriter and guitarist James Greer. Uninterested in mingling with celebrities and bored with the dildo collection in the living room, Lola and James started a conversation about Super-Fuzz pedals and decided to form a band. Lola quickly accumulated...Read More »

Elephant Stone: Andromeda

Formed in Montreal in 2009, Elephant Stone is the brainchild of vocalist, bassist, songwriter, and sitar player, Rishi Dhir. Also featuring Miles Dupire (drums/backing vox) and Gabriel Lambert (geetar/backing vox), Elephant Stone have toured extensively throughout North America and Europe and are prominent members of the burgeoning psych rock scene. Dhir has recorded, performed, and toured with indie rock icons (Beck), legendary cult bands (The Brian Jonestown Massacre), and contemporary...Read More »

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