Portland’s Reptaliens return with new Ep, Wrestling, which is expected out November 6th, 2020 via Captured Tracks, Here you can find Taking, where post punk and a cold synthpop merge into a solid sound. Enjoy it!
Cardiff band Rosehip Teahouse anticipates Fine Ep with new track. «A Million Times is a lot of my anxiety manifesting in a song,» Rogers explains. «I was finding that I would try and mould myself into what I thought everyone else wanted from me, not realising that I was losing more and more of myselfContinua a leggere “Rosehip Teahouse – A Million Times”
Jamaican-American producer Mateyo and his companion Dapper Dan Midas team up for this amazing tune that you can find on Kitsuné Musique. «This is a song about intensely loving someone and displaying an all-or-nothing attitude towards them before realizing that they don’t share that same feelings for you but rather, with someone else» says MateyoContinua a leggere “Mateyo – With Me (feat Ddm)”
Following up last year’s label debut, a fiery cover version of the Chairmen Of The Board classic Finders Keepers, Happy Song offers up a scintillating first taste of album Break The Wall, due for release in Spring 2021. And what an introduction it is: uplifting and timeless soul/funk, showcasing Dawn Joseph’s effortless yet powerful leadContinua a leggere “Mf Robots – Happy Song”
Brighton 17-year-old singer Isabelle Brown released the mixtape In Your Head, its title track is the perfect mix of talent and power. Here it is, enjoy!
Shimmering and saturated, Better finds Penguin Prison’s piano-driven, neon, dance-pop in fine form with the song’s hopeful refrain designed to lift listeners up. The track sees Glover writing his way out of a dark place towards the light: «This song is my response to the times we find ourselves in», he explains. «The global pandemic,Continua a leggere “Penguin Prison – Better”
Bedroom pop from Los Angeles here: Beauty Queen realeased Where Do We Go?, a bittersweet song that flows on these shorter afternoons. Enjoy it!
Memes have a problem. In their new single So What they confess to never listening to a song more than half way through, and yet, they need you to listen to this song right to the end of its 103 seconds. All the work they’ve put in, all those ratty guitars and pogo-primed vocals, theContinua a leggere “Memes – So What”
Mines Falls are brothers Carson and Erik Lund, they released their second, self-titled album on September. Hey Mother anticipated it in Summer and you’ll love the perfect mix between Grizzly Bear and Wild Beasts. Enjoy it!