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Marco Cinelli: You Watched Me Movin'

Marco Cinelli picked up the guitar at age 11 and now stands on the shoulders of Hendrix, Jeff Beck and BB King. In equal part passionate singer and elegant composer, he’s become a consummate [urban soul/pop] singer-songwriter. Born in Latina, Italy and following a stint at the Saint Louis College of Music in Rome, he moved to Amsterdam with his band, Growlin’ Love & Pain, where he produced and released...Read More »

SAINTE – Technicolor

SAINTE – Technicolor SAINTE is the new project from 26-year-old pop songstress Tay Jardine, arriving with first single release, Technicolor, and after several throws, the bones pattern for a positive future. Supernatural forces aside, pop these days is for the modern listener a more selective process, some blatant and bloated attempts have dimmed an already time-worn landscape. SAINTE – Technicolor (OFFICIAL VIDEO) ...Read More »

Too Many T's: Sixty's Ford

London-based rap duo Too Many T’s return, hot on the heals of their latest offering of hard-hitting hip-hop, with their new single ‘Sixty’s Ford’, set to drop 14th October 2016. The pair’s latest dose of rhythmic rap continues their legacy with powerful bass and a tapping snare providing the backdrop as Leon ‘Rhymes’ Smith and Ross Standaloft spit their trademark fast-flow lyrics. Production courtesy of Odjbox and Flux Pavilion tees...Read More »

Retro Culture - Fading

Retro Culture – Fading The 80′s are more than alive these days in music, partly thanks to the popularity of Netflix series Stranger Things. But even if not for that show, people’s long standing love of everything 80′s will likely never “fade”. Retro Culture, Australian multi-instrumentalist and producer Matt Connelly’s solo project, serenades us with a new chillwavey gem named Fading. We sail on this airy synthpop meets gauzy shoegaze beauty,...Read More »

French Horn Rebellion - Second Opinion

French Horn Rebellion – Second Opinion French Horn Rebellion – 2014 press art – Photo Credit: Haley Ballard Milwaukee-born, Brooklyn-based indie electro-funk duo French Horn Rebellion have announced the release of “Classically Trained,” out this fall via Ensemble Records. Their self-produced full length boasts multi-layered pop choruses, funky bass lines and irresistible synth riffs and follows 2015’s acclaimed Foolin Around EP. The new album includes Vimeo Staff Pick Top 10 video “Foolin’...Read More »

Kelsy Karter - Out Of Drugs

Kelsy Karter – Out Of Drugs Kelsy Karter might be never caught without her leather jacket and switchblade, but with her newest track “Out of Drugs,” she wants everyone to know she’s really soft and mushy on the inside. Karter is from Australia‘s Gold Coast and can be easily mistaken for a long-lost twin of Lana Del Rey or Amy Winehouse. Her signature winged liner and pink pout reference vintage glamour but...Read More »

Ascetic: Utterings/The Clearing

Ascetic is the post-punk project of Saxon Jörgensen, August Skipper and Andrew Jigalin, hailing from Melbourne, Australia, now residing in Berlin, Germany. After an extensive tour for the release of their debut album Self-Initiation on German Golden Antennae Records, Ascetic undertook the feat of relocating continents, the violence of uprooting oneself from the familiar and the notion of identity reimagined feature strongly as themes in their new work. The release...Read More »

Hanin Elias: Hold Me feat. Electrosexual

Hanin Elias, the infamous riot grrrl and digital hardcore trendsetter returns after hiatus with the new album “Get it Back.” The long-awaited and much anticipated album is a bridge between Eliasʼ familiar digital hardcore style and her newfound explorations in other genres. Eliasʼs departure from the music industry lead her to French Polynesia on a small island in the South Pacific. There, she made new contacts with Chilean industrial musicians...Read More »

James Edge and The Mindstep: Widdershins

James Edge is already a studious musical maestro and a top drawer composer. The Kent-raised musician studied composition to master’s degree level under Joe Duddell – arranger for the likes of Elbow and New Order. After moving to London and starting to gig in 2006, he formed James Edge and the Mindstep to record 2010 debut album ‘In The Hills, The Cities’. The working relationships he built around this time...Read More »

Pale Honey: Real Thing

Gothenburg band Pale Honey emerge again from their studio this October to release a brand new single Real Thing, the first new material to be taken from the follow-up to 2015’s acclaimed self-titled debut. Praised for their sparse, direct and distortion-heavy rock, Real Thing sees the band continue to plough these furrows, but also experiment more with percussion and elecronics, while lead singer Tuva Lodmark laces a commanding and intense...Read More »

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