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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 ability to bring it all together in one accessible and appealing package. Small wonder word...Read More »

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 and “Blue Whale” is my way to show appreciation of the ocean. Luha: Blue Whale Luha: Blue Whale...Read More »

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, with even a nod to a darker R&B form. Reminiscent of acts such as...Read More »

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 the world, and even the works of JG Ballard. Despite a mild undercurrent of bleakness...Read More »

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. There’s a strangely dark warmth to Starling’s music; gentle piano lines, swelling synths and brooding percussion...Read More »

Happy Sometimes: Take Me Out

Happy Sometimes: Take Me Out 20 year old, self-tought Happy Sometimes grew up in Laguna Beach California and has been writing songs and producing beats in her bedroom since she was 14. In 2015, Happy Sometimes swapped the beach for the valley and followed her passion to Los Angeles to focus on the creation of her own project. Here in the backlots of Burbank and Studio City, she quickly joined the...Read More »

Koria Kitten Riot: The Earth Will Spin Around

Helsinki-based indie rock band Koria Kitten Riot return to the fold with their new album ‘Songs of Hope and Science’ set for release on 27th January via VILD Recordings. Spearheading the record is their hook-laden single ‘The Earth Will Spin Around’. Influenced by Elliott Smith, Neutral Milk Hotel, and Wilco, the five-piece made up of Antti Reikko, Lasse Toimi, Teemu Vanska, Olli Rahkonen and Eino Anttila, bring us an album...Read More »

Sleater-Kinney - What's Mine Is Yours (Live)

Sleater-Kinney – What’s Mine Is Yours (Live) Sleater-Kinney came crashing out of the ’90s Pacific Northwest riot grrrl scene, setting a new bar for punk’s political insight and emotional impact. Hailed as “America’s best rock band” by Greil Marcus in Time Magazine, and as “America’s best punk band ever. EVER” by Rob Sheffield in Rolling Stone, the band put out seven searing albums in 10 years before going on indefinite hiatus...Read More »

Treasureseason - Exhale

Treasureseason – Exhale independent; 80s-inspired nordic dream pop Treasureseason, currently the duo of David Powell and Jess Bartlet, began in San Francisco’s Sunset District, where Powell met and recorded the project’s debut self-titled EP with Swedish musician Ida Olsson in 2012. Structured as chillwave built into saturated soundscapes, their music stood out with a combination of lo-fi resampling and the palpable influence of catchy 80s film soundtracks. After successfully touring the UK, the...Read More »

Bianca Rose: Because of Love feat. Ayanna Witter-Johnson

Bianca Rose releases new single ‘Because Of Love’ featuring Ayanna Witter-Johnson. British/Jamaican/Nigerian singer-songwriter Bianca Rose has been writing and composing for the best part of a decade. In 2007 she self-released her debut EP ‘Truth and Tiny Tragedies’, and has continued to collaborate and write songs for other artists ever since. Accompanying herself on guitar and ukulele, Bianca’s live shows have included sets for Sofar Sounds, Tigmus, London Jazz and the...Read More »

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