Track Reviews

TAYNE share new single ‘Coherent’

An abrasive, heavy offering exploring the shadows of doubt left by a toxic relationship, London-based noise rockers TAYNE have shared their latest single ‘Coherent’. Full of chaotic electronics, pulverizing beats and yearning vocals, the release marks the first piece of…

LISTEN: Sasha & The Shades, ‘Falling’

Sasha and the Shades have been busy working away in the studio over lockdown, with Falling the first in a string of releases from their new EP ‘Grin & Bare It’ out in Spring 2021. A departure from their normally glorious…

PREMIERE: FLOR & THE SEA – KINGS & QUEENS

Munich-based indie/electropop duo Flor and the Sea return with the title track of their Kings & Queens EP, picking and mixing genres from, indie, rock, pop, ambient, electronica and pop.  Kings & Queens sees the pair inviting you to surrender and glide with them as…

LISTEN: Swimmers Jackson shares new single ‘So Tired’

Described as a “solo effort, with a lot of help and community spirit,” Irish born, London based musician Swimmers Jackson (aka Niall Jackson) has shared his latest single ‘So Tired’. The closing track on his latest album Murmuration, Jackson enlisted…

LISTEN: Lara Smiles, ‘Oh How’

Lara Smiles Releases new track Oh How, out via WonkyPop, Dec 11. Oh How features on Smiles’ debut album All For You and is a tantalizing affair reflecting on the anxieties of our time in this enticing mantra. ‘…let go of pain, let…

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…