Let’s end this week with Why Bonnie, their debut Ep Voice Box celebrates unhindered expression via beguiling, propulsive guitar pop. Enjoy!
Everybody’s Dying To Meet You, Ethan P. Flynn’s first single for Young Turks, is a fragmentary landscape disturbing but yet charming.
Wu Hen is the sophomore album from Peckham visionary Kamaal Williams. The record oscillates between celestial jazz, funk, rap and r&b reinforced with the rugged beat-heavy attitude of grime, jungle, house and garage – a self-styled fusion Kamaal describes as Wu Funk. Enjoy!
Enjoy this great song from the mysterious band who last year released two stunning albums, and now an untitled LP with powerful Black Lives Matter theme.
Written under quarantine, My Future is the new single by Billie Eilish. Enjoy this bittersweet intimate song, the best way to start this summer week.
The Canadian songwriter announced her new album All That Emotion. Georgas had been working on the album with Aaron Dessner as her producer, and realeased a couple singles. Now it’s time of Just A Phase.
English Morning is a bitter sweet, mid tempo groove for a morning spent in bed. Kowloon’s vocals, breathy and intimate, float above blissful piano chords and subdued guitar, all anchored by the interplay of shuffling drums and a gently rolling bassline.
You Can Leave a Mess in Here builds off the California vibes delivered in Fade with a more upbeat tempo: perfect for a summer road trip. Lyrically, Leon in the Wild describes driving from the coast to the mountains during a prior move from California to the Rocky Mountains.
Channelling NYC New Wave cool through a Northern indie-pop filter, Leeds based quintet Eades deliver one of the most exhilarating and rounded debut EPs of the year in 5-track collection Microcosmic Things, out via their own Bam Bam Records on July 10th.
Summer Rise was born out of a collaboration with friend and Vancouver producer Mikey J Blidge. Joyful, chill and intimate, it will make you long for those warm summer days spent in the park with friends after a long and cold winter. Blending a lo-fi hip-hop aesthetic with a french indie/pop sound, the song capturesContinua a leggere “Hansom Ēli – Summer Rise”