Daydreamer // Boshe

Massive Stranger Things 80s dream pop vibes here, like everything about this track feels like it's been made for the Breakfast Club. It's incredible. So aside from the blanket of keys with the massive synth build up, the offset of chimes really works. Everything seems so considered that it is almost like the whole song... Continue Reading →

The Last Arcade // Jack West

Unsuspectedly electro, incredibly different and actually one of the best things I have heard in this vein for a while. So think of Peter, Bjorn and John meets Kraftwerk. The song breaks into a guitar led quirky, bouncy, muted tune where the vocals really take centre stage, the raspy meanderings through the verse are amazing... Continue Reading →

Mouth Body // Jet Pack Dog

Now, I know this will be devisive, Jet Pack Dog are really, really different. It's like going back to my days at college when New Young Pony Club, Klaxons first album and Test Icicles were newly on the scene and it was a scary time for anyone that didn't know what this day-glo mass was.... Continue Reading →

All Talk // Kickn’ Tunes

Prepare yourself for a massive injection of Jamiroquai-esque funk. In the current climate of fear and general uncertainty, Kickn' Tunes have put together an EP that is essentially aimed to make you move and forget about everything that's happening. To be honest, it does work. The whole EP is made of samples (love a sample)... Continue Reading →

Inver // FRMR

FRMR is creating what seems like new-school folk music taking inspiration from traditional folk and newer electro sampling tracks. Inver is multilayered and is incredibly well textured. Everything seems to be a quite obscure choice but really does work. The pulsing bassline, the haunting children singing, the strings and almost random drum fills. Like nothing... Continue Reading →

Fun // Telquist

Telquist hails from Germany and creates Lo-Fi electro, that could almost be Chillwave, that accomplishes so much but seems so effortless. Slurred, nonchalant singing over massively laid back keys make you drift into a bubble of happiness. This song is like a little voice in your head. I don't quite know why but it seems... Continue Reading →

Interview // Yard Arms

Introducing Noah Villeneuve & Billy Golding also known as Yard Arms, have a new single out today - Mantra. It's available to listen to below or on Apple, Spotify and other streaming outlets. The guys have influences extending from The Cure to American Football, and you can certainly hear flecks of Psychedelic Furs and INXS.... Continue Reading →

Stranger Danger // Lijo

Simplistic perfection indie pop, everything has a purpose and reason to be there. When you stumble upon something like this it's great. From the quirky beginnings to the strange rave-esque sounding organ mid section, this song makes you forget your cares for 3 minutes. So, it seems like Lijo is the modern iteration of Kate... Continue Reading →

At Full Capacity // Some Sprouts

Hailing from Germany, Some Sprouts have released the perfect tropical summer song. The soundtrack to this summer. Channelling Peace, Jamie XX and Trophy Wife vibes, Full Capacity is such an easy going chilled track, it gets in your mind and before you know it you've had it on repeat for the last hour... I really... Continue Reading →

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