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Joshua Luke Smith: Becoming Human

The 25 year old wordsmith’s self produced debut EP landed in the top 10 of the UK and international iTunes charts and has lead the young poet and record label founder to receive BBC 6 Music radio play as well as features with BBC 1xtra and the London Roundhouse. With his sophomore EP “Your Beauty” […]

Alexandra Savior – M.T.M.E.

Alexandra Savior – M.T.M.E. A wall of sound, a bolt of style unfurled an a magnetic charm roll in like a storm front, leaving the skyscape comprehensively changed – sharper and brighter. “M.T.M.E.” is the title of the heart-pounding, just-released single from Los Angeles-based singer and songwriter Alexandra Savior. It stands for “music to my […]

Avec Sans – Perth

Avec Sans – Perth Let them throw you once again for a loop – ever amazing Avec Sans gives the last but a very close shot before their debut album for real comes into the light. The pop glow that has struck gold for them temporarily ends by the cover of fantastic Bon Iver’s song […]

Deli Rowe: Smile Again

Deli Rowe: Smile Again

Deli Rowe is an indie soul and R&B singer/ songwriter out of Richmond, Virginia. With a sultry voice that draws you in with its sweet caress of soul, she has been building a loyal following in Richmond and beyond, starting with the release of her self-produced debut EP, Growing Pains, in 2010. In the past […]

Love Machine: Maze

Love Machine: Maze

In the haze of Krautrock’s capital Düsseldorf Marcel Rösche (Vocals, Percussion), Felix Wursthorn (Guitar, Synthesizer), Thibaut Sanli (Bass) and Noel Lardon (Drums, Percussion) got together as Love Machine in early 2013. Dedicated to psychedelic improvisation, krautish weirdness, minimalism and unpredictable performances they soon recorded their debut LP A Present to the Galaxy which was released […]

Lulu James: It's The Time

Lulu James: It’s The Time

Lulu James is a British electronic and soul singer. James was born in Tanzania, descended from a Maasai tribe. She moved to the United Kingdom when she was six years old and settled in South Shields in north east England. She enrolled on a music development course, where she met her primary producer and co-writer […]

Katie Buxton: You Flew

Katie Buxton: You Flew

Indie-Folk Singer/Songwriter Katie Buxton releases heartfelt new single ‘You Flew’. Katie Buxton is an indie folk singer/songwriter originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and based out of Nashville, Tennessee. At age twelve, Katie picked up the guitar and wrote her first song, and since then has had experience with bands and songwriting in multiple genres. In 2012, […]

Calvin Ross: Last Dance

Calvin Ross: Last Dance

Calvin Ross is an R&B singer and producer hailing from Tennessee. Calvin Ross began making music when he was 17, right after moving back home to Tennessee from a 6 year stay in Detroit. He acquired a friend’s setup for $100 where he began making beats on Fruity Loops. After becoming acquainted with how to […]

Theia: Roam

Theia: Roam

Every so often a new talent emerges seemingly from nowhere. And yet, their sound and aesthetic is so familiar, it’s almost as if you’ve known them forever. Welcome to the stage Theia – an exciting singer-songwriter from New Zealand, who holds the power to alter the axial tilt of the pop world. In Greek mythology […]

Makree Feat.Max’C – Thank You (Radio Edit)

In that liminal space, between what we like in music and what we haven’t imagined yet, it feels like a payday listening to something like following tune, giving more gust than ever. Latvian producer Makree until this very day has been so keen in cooking up trendy house infused tracks as his newest one, Thank […]

Bloods – Bring My Walls Down

Syndey’s Bloods return for a sophomore album and the first track blows in like a sweet breeze across the ocean. They soften the attack but keep their chewy ’90s center strong, transitioning from garage pop into a gnarled bit of Alt rock that mines The Muffs, Letters To Cleo and Veruca Salt. There’s been a […]

Young Kato – One. Two. Three. Four.

The bloody fantastic five Young Kato finally breaks the silence counting down the excellence on their comeback single entitled One. Two. Three. Four. It’s another great pop chef-d’oeuvre reminiscent of earlier Duran Duran deeds, however stuns with not less buoyant, an adore-proof and equable marigold-like pop ssounds that serves the bombshell sensations with éclat.