Elsie and the Vibe – Naked

I’ve been aware of Elsie since her debut single ‘Riverside’, a compelling piece of pop that made its way into my regular Spotify rotation. Her new single ‘Naked’ is an equally impressive record, with Elsie’s vocal taking centre stage; the Brooklyn-Based songstress is beginning to impress and carve out her own sound. “I started working…

Alexiane – A Million On My Soul

The only child of a Franco-Senegalese father and a Quebec mother, Alexiane comes from a family of travelers. Her childhood, spent travelling between locations has given her a unique sense of personhood, and an ability to feel at home anywhere. A Million On My Soul is a song about the transition from childhood to adulthood,…

Bien – Stars Across The Sky

Bien are an indie-pop trio based in Nashville. The band began when founding members Jessie and Angela left a writing session with a batch of songs that they believed would work for themselves. These demos were brought to Tim Lauer, Angela’s husband, and renowned producer. Since then, they have been releasing catchy irreverent pop to…

Marble Empire – TTSU

Some throwback visuals here from UK-based producer Marble Empire. His sound is an organic fusion of electronic and analogue elements, in the vein of James Blake or Chet Faker. It’s a sound that’s difficult to ignore, blending swinging grooves with rhythmic synth work. Definitely one to watch. Follow: Facebook Twitter

Pomona Dream – Tropicana

Pomona Dream are an emerging alternative duo currently playing their way through Los Angeles. Their new single Tropicana is an energetic jazz tinged romp that sits perfectly in your summer evening playlists. There’s a solid groove that pumps steadily underneath the fizzing vocals, setting a perfect aural scene. Follow: Facebook Instagram

Room 1985 – Room 1985

“The song Room 1985 is about religion and how it affects our lives, no matter if you are religious or not. At least once a day we’ll say or hear phrases like “He/she’s my angel”, “Oh my God!”  or “Oh Lord”, especially in moments of need or crisis.” “But the song also reflects on the…

Raffertie – Note

Note seems to be a rather personal exploration, so we though it wise to let Raffertie tell you about his beautifully written new single: “Note is the first from a collection of songs that I will be releasing over the next 12 months via my own label Super. Note is an exception but most of…

Harry Heart – I Got Old

The pleasingly named Harry Heart is three years into his outing as a solo, folk recording artist. It seems like his writing is going from strength to strength, with a rare maturity displayed in his new single ‘I Got Old’. His warm vocal tone lends itself perfectly to harmonic lullaby-like song structures, accompanied appropriately by…

Andrew Whitman – Things To Come

We don’t post much acoustic alt-rock here at Unrecorded. In fact, I think this is our second alt-rock post this year. Occasionally however, a track will come along and demand your attention – the kind of track you can’t ignore. You’ll either be a big fan of the sound or have very little time for…

Vylet – All That Glitters

Pop can take many forms, some of them interesting and some of them stale. This is one of the interesting ones. It’s clear that Vylet is starting to flex her writing muscles, getting slightly more experimental in her melodic choices. There’s a lot of alt-pop coming out of Los Angeles at the moment, picking up…

MYNTH – Mirrors

MYNTH are a Vienna-based electronic duo, Mario and Giovanna have a fairly unique musical partnership in that they’re twins. Their connection clearly runs deep, the new single ‘Mirrors’ is a cohesive piece of art – with the production and vocals exchanging effortlessly to produce a wonderful piece of alt-pop. “The new Mynth single ‘Mirrors’ is…

House Of Chords – Free

House Of Chords are a dance pop group plying their trade in New Orleans. You can feel the blood of the city running through their musical veins; with their new single ‘Free’ oozing energy and positivity. “We started free with the intention to find a gentle but powerful voice everyone would immediately gravitate to. For…