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With a life that has been lived out in two of the world’s most vibrant and often chaotic metropolises – London and Lagos – you might expect Tony Njoku’s sound to be gritty and urban. With a childhood that saw his suffer physical and emotionally at the hands of religion, you might expect anger. But […]
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London based singer/songwriter/producer Sølv styles her music as ‘alternative ambient pop with a dark edge’, and that is a fair summation of her superior take on an RNB infused sound, as exemplified on All to You. Check out the self-directed 80s art house influenced video for the track below. Cinematic and seductive but with an […]
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Music is an art form that revels in reinvention, fusion and demolishing boundaries. Scot Martha Hill delivers on that more eclectic side of things with her new track Spiders, which sees the Newcastle-based long-time musician releasing what is surprisingly her debut single alongside co-conspirator Ceitidh Mac. Along with regular bandmates Diji Solanke, Nick Tyler and […]
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As a warmup for her forthcoming EP, rising Australian singer Eliott has dropped a new single in the form of quiet stormer Calling. Collaborating with Jack Grace again, who co-wrote and produced the song, she’s displayed an assured, deft quality that belies her youth. You can check out the Maddy King directed video, which was […]
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We recently featured For U by Sweden’s Uma E. Fernqvist and at the time we marvelled as the track’s sense of movement and life. The essence has been expertly and vividly captured in the video for the track, which you can check out below. Slow yet effortlessly euphoric, it brings out the layered textures of the […]
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British rising stars Hookworms caused a debate on Twitter when they highlighted the use of alcohol as payment for bands when they play gigs. It’s worth reflecting on as the mental health of musicians is something that has been to the fore recently and it made me reflect on the unwitting harm we can do […]
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As part of the leadup to their forthcoming sophomore LP Sad Bangers, LCMDF (Finnish sisters Emma and Mia Kemppainen) have followed up the blissful Another Sucker with another club friendly hit in the form of Glitter – a track that explores the tears and personal triumphs behind the flying tinsel. As is to be expected […]
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Jan Blomqvist is a Berlin-based solo artist credited with inventing ‘concert techno’, with its core elements of dreamy vocals and stripped down beats. A musical journey that has encompassed the raw energy of punk and the dark rhythms of techno has led him to the sunlit uplands of his current sound, as exemplified on new […]
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Based in Copenhagen in Denmark, Hellas (not Greek, but comprising of Danes Peter Sabroe and Jeppe Høi Justesen) say they aim to ‘make the experimental music more accessible to an audience that normally might not explore this type of music’. When you hear Dances, you’ll agree that they’ve succeeded in that aim with considerable finesse. […]
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Back in February we covered Hanne Leland’s delightful Carry On, a track that brought some warmth to a very cold month. The follow up to that track makes me suspect she can predict the weather, as the sublime Stay brings an air of cool calm to a very hot (so far) month of June. The […]
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