Track Reviews

LISTEN: Felid returns with new track ‘Blame’

Bristol based artist Felid releases new alt-pop track Blame.  Produced in his downtime on a hotel night shift, the electronic pop producer fuses lush textures, electronics, synths, amongst crunching striding beats. The alluring vocals reaching out to understand the dynamics of a…

INTERVIEW: LE JUNK Reaches The Next Level

How did the LE JUNK project come about?  It started with a love for the bass. It’s the one instrument that catches me differently and many of my favourite artists like Death From Above 1979 and Peaches revolve around killer…

LISTEN: A Cause In Distress – ‘Lumbering’

Self-described as the “three-headed love child of Nine Inch Nails, Fugazi & Radiohead, if it was fathered by David Lynch”, Southend outfit A Cause In Distress blend dystopian electronics, yearning vocals and vivid beats on their debut single ‘Lumbering’. Released via…

Velvet Starlings Fizz with ‘Karmic Lemonade’

Velvet Starlings share new track, Karmic Lemonade, set for impact on July 24 via US label SoundX3. This is the second track from their acclaimed Love Everything, Love Everyone EP.  The pscyh-rockers share new video to Karmic Lemonade – raw blues based riffs, hammond organ and…

Bokito Release Spectral New Track – OKOK

Bokito share new track OKOK, as a sense of fragility and surrender echo in this beautifully sculptured blend of indie, rock and pop.  Frontman Moses Moorhouse introverted style lyrics reach deep inside as he roams the internal mechanisms behind relationships. As…

LE JUNK Releases debut! ‘Rich Romance’

LE JUNK releases his debut electro-rock pop banger ahead of performing as part of Balcony Online Music Festival tomorrow, to raise funds for the Music Venue Trust’s ‘Save Our Venues’ campaign. An infectious thumping groove sets the pace for this…