Active Child pours his painful emotions into new single ‘Cruel World’.
Debut track ‘Melt In Olive’ introduces Rory Simmon’s new electronic music project Harlequiin to the world.
Read this live review of London alt-rock band HAUS’s gig at Manchester venue Sound Control on May 25th.
Arlo’s ‘Shake The Room’ comes as a reminder to follow your heart and it also happens to be a sure-fire summer tune with those fearless rhythms and bold vocals.
‘Through Your Fingers’ by Hackney trio Pace is a warming, feel-good and easy-going single taking influences from Motown melodies.
‘Right Here’ is one of the emotive, reflective, heavy-hearted, electronic-pop productions from Bo Weber’s first album, Wendy.
One of four new singles, ‘Cigar’ by Antwerp singer-songwriter Tamino portrays a a crisp, introverted profoundness.
Watch the Kevin Abstract-directed video for “Face”, the first taste of Brockhampton’s second mixtape, Saturation.
After two years, Kudu Blue shares their debut EP, Shaded, as a clear signifier of the British band’s unique style.
Yakul is the freshest outfit to come out of Brighton’s ever-creative climate. While we might not know much about this newly formed four-piece, what we do know is that their debut ‘Giveaway’ is a sure-fire winner for listeners with a soft spot for modern jazz and future soul. You could align Yakul quite nicely alongside…
Some of you may recognise Melis Soyaslanová as one-half of electronic pop duo IYES, but over the past five years, this Berlin-via-Brighton artist has been carefully amassing a set of production skills. The end result is ‘Love Song Idea’, a sweet and solemn sketch that was written, recorded and produced by Melis, and so gives us…
On The Record: Danish electronic-pop experimentalists Slowes speak about their upcoming Times EP.