Tag: new music

LIVE: On Blackheath Festival, 2017

The organisers at On Blackheath Festival should be proud of themselves. They have created a cracking little festival that certainly aims to please a wide demographic. It ticked all of the important boxes, which should from now on include having…

Introducing Interview: nav/attack

Formed as a solo project with Andrew Lynch, nav/attack have received acclaim from the likes of The Hollywood Reporter, Billboard, KCRW and LA Weekly for last year’s Errrors EP. Now, with the addition of drummer Jason Echeverría, they’re building a reputation for their surreal other-worldly creations. Having just released a brand…

EP: Slabtoe. – ‘Slow Movements’

The eerily named Slabtoe. have released their debut EP Slow Movements via Brighton label Twitcher Records; and it’s an intriguing collection of  lo-fi, lethargic, but magnetic sounds that will seep right in to your cells. Their sedated buzz will appeal to fans…

Tracks Of The Week, 16.09.17

Taken from their upcoming debut EP, Little Grim’s latest single ‘Infectious’ is an emotive introduction to the band. Inspired by the emotional confusion caused by abusive relationships, ‘Infectious’ sees the vocals take centre stage to create something truly gripping and…

WATCH: Astrid S – ‘Think Before I Talk’

Norwegian pop star Astrid S has released a brand new video to accompany her latest single ‘Think Before I Talk’, and it’s a neon-soaked affair that sees the singer wander through brightly lit rooms, trying to “piece it back together” as…

WATCH: Isaac Gracie – ‘Silhouettes of You’

We’re running out of ways to tell you Isaac Gracie has a talent that can’t be eclipsed. His latest track ‘Silhouettes of You’ sees him return to his subtle, perfectly paced song-writing form after previously heavier single ‘The Death Of You…

Premiere: SEYD – ‘Another World’

Now based in London, Worcestershire artist Eleanor Robinson – aka SEYD – creates her own unique brand of ethereal alt-pop, and has previously received acclaim from the likes of Crack In The Road and BBC Introducing. Now, having collaborated with…

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