Tag: new music

Tracks Of The Week, 26.05.17

Ahead of their recently announced debut EP 21st Century, Paris-based duo 99 Trees have shared ‘Broken.’ Comprised of multi-instrumentalist Axel Concato and vocalist Pia Blixen, 99 Trees is a coming together of unimaginable talents. ‘Broken’ introduces us to 21st Century,…

Introducing Interview: Emily Magpie

Following last year’s EP Same Stuff, Emily Magpie is back with her new single ‘The Witching Hour.’ Inspired by, and teeming with, the power of feminine energy, it celebrates such energy in a fittingly bewitching manner. Pulsating and eerie, Emily blends electronic…

LISTEN: Soccer Mommy – ‘Out Worn’

Nashville-born NYU student Soccer Mommy (aka Sophie Allison) releases debut mini-album Collection this summer, after releasing songs on Bandcamp for the past few years. Her tender, harrowing exploration of adulthood and relationships is something indie music has been waiting for. New…

Video Premiere: Inca Maps – ‘That Wasn’t Easy’

Having received acclaim from the likes of John Kennedy and DIY, London trio Inca Maps are back with another catchy slice of art-pop. Following last single ‘Weave’, they’re set to release their debut EP next month and are ready to allure…

WATCH: Diagrams – ‘I Tell Myself’

Dorothy, the new album from Diagrams, is an utterly unique and magnificently innovative creation. Written in collaboration with Washington State poet Dorothy Trogdon, it transcends the distance between Diagrams and the 90 year old poet in a collection of reflective explorations of…

Introducing Interview: Animal House

Following the success of last year’s Sorry EP, Animal House have now announced the release of a brand new EP next month. Oozing the band’s trademark quirky charm and playful charisma, new single ‘Coca Cola’ races with vibrant, jangly melodies and immensely…

Introducing Interview: The Nickajack Men

Set to release their debut EP next week, Falfirk-based band The Nickajack Men create catchy, country-tinged offerings, filled with rich musicality alongside heartfelt emotion. We caught up with the band to find out more… Hey, The Nickajack Men! Please introduce…

Premiere: Eat The Evidence – ‘Fruit Of The Loot’

Comparable to The Specials, NOFX and The Streets, but with a wit that surpasses anyone and everyone, Eat The Evidence are sharing their latest track ‘Fruit Of The Loot,’ from their album Sex, Drugs and & Wishy Washy Politics. Described…

Ones To Watch: Storm The Palace

Many bands take their time over the construction of their second or third albums – but how many dedicate nine years to the creation and curation of their debut?  For lead singer Sophie Dodds and the assembled musicians known collectively…

ALBUM: Oumou Sangaré – ‘Mogoya’

Mogoya (meaning “people today”) stands out for consummate and heartfelt musicianship that makes gentle mockery of the marketed western fare that has of late begun to bore us all. Oumou Sangaré – who has collaborated with artists such as Alicia…