“Koz had heard some of my stuff and asked me bluntly whether I liked Nina Simone to which I replied – “Nina? Are you serious? She’s a goddess to me”, or something along those lines. He wanted to take ‘Feeling Good’ and switch it to ‘feeling bad’ or ‘BAD FEELING’. I thought about what that meant to me and made it a song about your instinct in a time of temptation.” – Joy Crookes
“Blades came outta nowhere… I’d gotten back late from a session one night, and when I got home I was chilling in the kitchen and messing around with some beats. I quickly put together a couple of sections that I didn’t really think anything of and then sent it to Roméo in LA before I went to sleep.”
Alex Sloane build on her brand of shiny, electronic pop with her new single ‘Puppy Love’ – it’s a true earworm; with hooks that’ll find their way out of your mouth throughout the day.
Lenis chats to us about how new single ‘Told Him’ evolved in the studio, the city she lives in and what we can look forward to.
Essex are a Las Vegas based duo, hailing from New York City. They create expansive synth-laden productions with a focus on sizzling melodies. We had a chat with them and delved a little deeper into their new single ‘Notice’.
Joseph Ember (f.k.a. Ursa Major) is a young, emerging singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist heralding from Toronto. Ember is bringing a DIY mindset to the burgeoning scene in Toronto and is back with his brand-new single ‘Exit Society’. We had a chat with the 21 year-old talent and gained some valuable insight into his musical endeavours.
Here at Unrecorded, we’re all about emerging artists. Born Stranger are an up and coming duo based out of London, creating expansive electronica a la HONNE. I had a little chat with the boys to discover more about their influences, sound and background. Hey guys, could you give our readers some background on the project?…
On The Record: Danish electronic-pop experimentalists Slowes speak about their upcoming Times EP.
Hey, so you’re the first interview on the relaunched Unrecorded! Could you tell our readers a little about Lizzy Land? 💃 How would you characterize your sound, or the sound you’re trying to find? The first few sessions I had in Los Angeles were difficult because I wasn’t able to pinpoint the sound I was…