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Cornelia Murr – Different This Time
On her debut album Lake Tear of the Clouds, Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Cornelia Murr taps into the bucolic spirit of the Hudson Valley in upper New York State. Working with producer Jim James of My Morning Jacket, Murr conjures a hazy blend of folk and cosmic soul music, her voice floating over ghostly soundscapes that bring to mind the fantasias of Broadcast, Stereolab’s most pastoral...Read More »
Sharkmuffin – Your Stupid Life
Sharkmuffin is Tarra Thiessen and Natalie Kirch, a duo of Brooklynite sirens bred from the waves of the Jersey shore. Influenced by everyone from Nirvana to The Ronettes, Sharkmuffin adds a unique jagged edge onto ‘60s beach pop meets ‘90s alt sound, a genre lovingly dubbed “opti-mystic glam-grunge.” With several cross-country tours (including many return trips to SXSW) & no shortage of EPs, Sharkmuffin has been...Read More »
With their musical and emotional roots embedded in the far corners of Cornwall, Ennor write songs that have a palpable sense of openness and raw emotion. It’s the culmination both of their journeys across the UK and a nostalgic longing for the Cornish sea. By turns folk and rock, the four-piece’s infectious sound has garnered attention from London to Penzance, as well as the acclaim of BBC Introducing. The poeticism...Read More »
Safariari is the project of Norwegian producer Jon Kristian Furuheim, also known from the band Musique le Pop. Although being a Norwegian, he decided to sing this song in Swedish. For those who don’t know, Norwegian and Swedish are quite similar languages, but Swedish sounds a bit cooler to us here in Norway. The song draws heavily on new wave and disco, and sounds like something Per Gässle could have...Read More »
“zazie von einem anderen stern” is the Berlin based solo pianist Maike Zazie Matern. Born in 1983 near the old German university town of Heidelberg, Matern’s first musical influences, though probably a bit dampened, began in 1982 listening to her father playing the piano in the living room, her parents’ singing voices and the sound of her mother’s heartbeat.
Upon fully entering the world, her early influences from her parents’ LP-collection...Read More »
10 O’Clock Chemical is the creative vision of songwriter, vocalist and multi instrumentalist Rhys Oakes, who started writing songs in his bedroom as a teenager. Deciding that 10 O’Clock Chemical should be presented as a live band, Rhys connected with local musicians Josh Barker (bass), Jack Ellis (guitars) and Danny Shaw (drums) from their home town of Stoke on Trent, connecting over a shared love for rock and electronica. In...Read More »
A singer, songwriter, producer, performer and bandleader, Swiss-born, Berlin-based Ay Wing has it pretty much covered when it comes to ensuring her beat-driven fluorescent synthpop is exactly as she wants it. And, primarily, she wants it so that her audience dance and her listeners are entranced. Big on retro synths, bouncy guitar riffs and dirty beats, hers is accessible electronica of the classic kind, savvy three-minute pop bangers enhanced by...Read More »
The multi-instrumentalist hip-hop collective 2U4U release their second track ‘GURL’, mixed by acclaimed studio engineer Aaron Ahmad (Adele, Mark Ronson), ahead of their ‘Butter’ EP release on 6th July. Upholding their distinctive sound by blending rap, jazz and RnB, 2U4U have created a relaxed texture-rich track with hints of old-school hip hop. Reminiscing about respective love stories in the hazy summer months, ‘GURL’ sees rappers cal and My Rugema combining...Read More »
Daniel Sage is a rock-n-roll pioneer in love with the universe, positive energy and vibration. His work elegantly deals with aesthetic sonic naturalism, remaking urban and rural wilderness into provocative, satisfying tapestries of life and crafted utopias. Heavily influenced by Jimi Hendrix, Neil Young, and Kurt Cobain, Sage’s style is strikingly vibrant and tempting.
His work has consistently taken technical and philosophical risks, establishing Sage as a leader in the...Read More »
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The Molochs have announced their new album ‘Flowers In The Spring’ is due out September 7th this year via Innovative Leisure. They have also shared the first single to be taken from it ‘I Wanna Say To You’ at The Line Of Best Fit where they were described as “somewhere between Pavement and The Stone Roses”. Speaking about the track, The Molochs explained, “The song lies somewhere between the Beatles’...Read More »