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Roll up, roll up – the circus has come to town and invite you into their weird and wonderful world! Calista plays ringmistress to tell the story of our heroine, ‘Benzo Belle‘ and the circus her life has become. Depreciated in a loveless marriage, a monotonous carousel existence, delusional and exhausted, self-medicating to numb the pain. Will she escape this Stepford Wife life prison and live out her fantasies to...Read More »
Fresh off their 36 date UK and European tour with reggae giants UB40, Birmingham-based group KIOKO hit the ground running with the release of their new single “Let’s Be Frank”. Focusing on candid, heartfelt lyricism and heavyweight rhythms, the single captures the impeccable live sound of the reggae collective, encompassing the energy from their high octane performances. “Let’s Be Frank” is bristling with fresh reggae rhythms, captivating horns and buoyant...Read More »
Everyone has been forming their band with people they go to school with since time immemorial, and Angeeta Sentana, Edo Alventa and Akbar Rumandung are no exceptions. The trio are based in Yogyakarta, where their school is located.
Grrrl Gang is an indie pop/rock project that brings to mind the likes of Talulah Gosh, Veronica Falls, Alvvays, etc. Their double-single “Bathroom/Thrills” have drawn a lot of attention, cementing them as...Read More »
Say Sue Me: Your Book / Good People
Your Book / Good People by Say Sue Me
releases October 4, 2019
Latest single from Busan’s Say Sue Me
Recorded mixed by Hakju Chun at Mushroom Recording in Seoul
Mastered by Matthew Barnhart at Chicago Mastering Service.
Artwork by Haekang Lee
Say Sue Me are a surf-inspired indie rock quartet from Busan, South Korea.
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East London quintet North America release new single ‘Leave Us To Fate’. A rolling ballad encompassed in ethereal guitar work, the song is a bittersweet reflection on love’s subjugation to fate. Frontman P.F. Phillip says, “Leave Us To Fate is a bittersweet goodbye to a love now lost, a reminiscence of a romance that inevitably could not be.” Torn apart by separation, the protagonist encourages himself and his former...Read More »
North-West London’s Kwaku Asante releases the sticky-sweet number ‘molasses’, ahead of his debut six-track project ‘honeycomb’. Opening with funk-filled guitar rhythms and rippling melodies, the artist’s vocals are richly decadent, oozing into every crack and fissure of the tracks’ surface. A storyteller at heart, Kwaku draws inspiration from neo-soul, R&B and hip hop culture to curate a rich tapestry of sounds in order to vividly narrate his journey of self-discovery....Read More »
Growing up amidst the mountains and fjords of Bergen on Norway’s southwest coast, with a Norwegian father and a Thai mother, a sense of otherness, of not quite fitting in, led Brudini to travel. To Tokyo, to Paris, to New York and eventually to London and the high-stakes world of city traders. A world of huge wins and heavy losses – lucrative but not entirely fulfilling. While his daytimes were...Read More »
Comprised of two husband and wife teams, Blushing is an Austin TX based dream pop / shoegaze quartet that originated in the summer of 2015 after Michelle Soto (guitar, vocals) shared her songs with long-time friend and classically trained vocalist Christina Carmona (vocals, bass).
Picking up the bass, Carmona helped to fully flesh out tracks and the two incorporated their spouses Jake Soto (drums) and Noe Carmona (guitar). Their debut...Read More »
A culmination of life and musical experience, uncompromising in its vision, STONECHILD, the new studio album from Jesca Hoop, is a self described “compassion project”. Venturing south to Bristol to team up with producer John Parish (PJ Harvey, Aldous Harding, This is the Kit), helped clarify Hoop in her ideas and subtly yet effectively realigning her sound. The simplified arrangements draw focus to the fundamental sophistication of the songs. While...Read More »
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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 »