We’ve been watching this youngster for a while – really promising stuff from Good Years’ newest signing Yellow Days. His style is reminiscent of King Krule yet he employs a certain new age soul to his sound. Well worth a listen – also watch the video below!
La based Bishop Briggs (fka Bishop) is back with her new release ‘The Way I Do’. This track is punchy, powerful yet confidently refined. Moody as f…listen below to those ridiculous pipes:
London based gritty belter Jimi Charles Moody is back with his new track ‘Turns to Gold’. This track is much more up beat that the majority of his work and it’s refreshingly nostalgic. Having just got back from Texas, this country twang is exactly what we like to hear. “Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the Moody museum”:
Home to Grammy nominated producer ZHU, “Weight In Gold” crooner Gallant, and RnB duo THEY, LA based label ‘Mind of a Genius’ have announced the signing of Dutch producer, singer and songwriter Klangstof. Klangstof’s debut single, “Hostage”, premiered today on Zane Lowe’s Beats1 show.
It’s zany, ethereal, chilled and funky all at the same time. Nice.
The Melbourne based artist Owen Rabbit drops his new release ‘Denny’s’ today which follows up his breakthrough track ‘Holy Holy’. His songs are experimental and confident, traveling to dimensions and tones you are least expecting. Denny’s’ chorus is painfully passionate, addictive and unsuspecting. Make sure you listen below. Nice work Owen!
The fact that this mysterious outfit from Newcastle has coined the phrase ‘bizarre’n’b’ to describe their music is just great. Seeing as it doesn’t mean anything you can’t technically disagree.
Whilst their alternative intensions of their debut track ‘Lungs’ still shine through there’s no denying the fact that it’s just a pretty tidy pop song. Listen below:
This debut release from Californian residing Michl is dark, intense and intriguing to say the least, it’s an enticing blur of Jack Garratt, meets Tor Miller and Muse if you like. In his track ‘Kill Our Way To Heaven‘, Michl gives a self-reflective view on the sacrifices of success, with a vibe of a calming urgency. In his words, “I’m just trying to make art that can be challenging but embraced at the same time”
Worth a listen:
Misch has gone and done it again, with the help of the very talented Sam Wills. We can’t wait until he drops his Beat Tape 2 at the end August.
Another beautiful stripped back track from the ethereal siren Mai Kino. ‘June’ is the intimate and peaceful track to follow up the more pop-y debut ‘Burn‘, have a listen below.
Second track release from the talented new comers Clean Cut Kid.