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Sebastien feat. Satellite Empire: Escape

Sebastien feat. Satellite Empire: Escape

Music Needs Emotions!This is exactly what you get when you listen to Sebastien. His productions speak volumes. They bear a one-of-a-kind signature. His music – guided by emotions, yet underlined with technical excellence. This is how the „scene“ would describe him: a producer with attention to detail. His productions resemble a perfectly matched 5 star […]

Pip Blom – Hours

“Time’s slipping away from me / I’m growing older than I wanna be,” admits Pip Blom on her new track ‘Hours’. At the tender age of 19, it’s perhaps a bit early for such crises, but when it throws up gems like ‘Hours’ it’s hard not to relish her age-based anxieties. Scratchy and self-recorded, it’s […]

The Overtones: Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You

The Overtones: Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You

The Overtones are a five-piece vocal harmony group. They were discovered by a Warner Bros. Records’ talent scout while working as decorators in a shop near Oxford Street, singing during their tea break. Their debut album Good Ol’ Fashioned Love entered the UK Albums Chart at #16 in November 2010. However, after the re-release of […]

JeRonelle McGhee: Outta My Head

JeRonelle McGhee: Outta My Head

Independent R&B/Soul artist, JeRonelle McGhee, is a true star in the making with excellent stage presence and vocal ability to match. Currently, JeRonelle continues to build the foundation toward a successful lifelong career as a national recording artist, songwriter, producer, actor, and all-around entertainer. In addition to graduating Summa Cum Laude from Clark Atlanta University […]

Moullinex & Lorenz Rhode: What U Do

Moullinex & Lorenz Rhode: What U Do

After embarking on a world tour in support of his latest album, the effervescent Portuguese purveyor of groove Moullinex has teamed up with German producer and funk-master supreme Lorenz Rhode on new track ‘What U Do’, set for release on 6th May via Discotexas. Conceived from the duo’s mutual love for soul legend Stevie Wonder, […]

Sofi de la Torre: Sit Down

Sofi de la Torre: Sit Down

The Canary Islands are better known for package holidays than sultry pop, but Sofi de la Torre is well on her way to changing that. Having already been commended by the likes of The Guardian, Noisey and Billboard, she presents her upcoming feisty single and video, ‘Sit Down’, on 10th June. Following the release of […]

Lovestarrs: Drop Dead Gorgeous

Lovestarrs: Drop Dead Gorgeous

Newly re-launched as Lovestarrs, Sarah McIntosh (vocals) and her brother Hamish (bass and synths) are back to tease us with a taste of their debut album in the form of lead single ‘Get Your Sexy On’, due for release on 3rd June. The slick electronic outfit, formerly known as The Good Natured whilst signed to […]

Machines in Heaven: Ruix Con

Machines in Heaven: Ruix Con

Glaswegian multi-instrumentalist trio Machines In Heaven return with their deliciously experimental, increasingly psychedelic and always danceable brand of indie-electronica in their ‘Phenomenology’ LP, set to drop 13th May via Hot Gem Tunes. The three-piece, comprised of Greg Hurst, Davey Gwynne and Connor Reid, have been bringing together widescreen electro, sunshine-textured shoegaze, majestic post-rock and melodic […]

Less Win – Where You Lay Your Hands

Copenhagen’s Less Win have shared ‘Where You Lay Your Hands’, a startling and abrasive new track taken from their forthcoming debut UK album, ‘TRUST’, due for release on June 24th 2016 via The Big Oil Recording Company. ‘Where You Lay Your Hands’ is a post-punk experiment. A melting pot of genre bending noise, with warped […]

Paper Route: Laugh About It

Paper Route: Laugh About It

Early in the autumn of 2014, Paper Route’s JT Daly, Chad Howat, and Nick Aranda moved into a cabin deep in the hills of Middle Tennessee, set up a makeshift studio, and spent a month dreaming up material for their third album and first for Kemosabe Records. Just as they did for the making of […]

Lee Mo: Don't Have A Reason

Lee Mo: Don’t Have A Reason

One of the newer voices on the Philadelphia music scene, Lee Mo is taking the city by storm. Known for her killer vocals, soulful feel, and impressive music sensibilities, Lee Mo has graced the stages of some of Philly’s hottest venues. Born and raised in Baltimore, MD, she is the musical product of many influences: […]

Seira Kariya – Colorful World

Electro-pop Singer/songwriter Seira Kariya captured a modest bit of attention last year with the song “Nobi Nobi Style,” a mid-tempo sigh of a disco song with a pretty sticky hook. Yet on “Colorful World,” her newest single officially out in June, Kariya embraces big bright pop without hesitation, letting go and delivering a dizzying number. […]