London’s Deborah Borg Brincat and Gianluca Pulvirenti form the eco-friendly, alternative indie-pop duo Berne, and they’re back with their latest offering, ‘Heat’ from their new EP, out today.
It might be a stonking cliché, but we undoubtedly have that Friday feeling when listening to j. pastel’s brand new single ‘Senegal’.
As Theo Kandel so perfectly summarises on his Facebook about page, he’s described as a “post-sadboi pop singer songwriter nashville/nyc yummy tunes for hungry people”. That’s really it in a nutshell, the New York native Kandel moved on down to Nashville and then stuck around, immersing himself in the vibrant, multi-faceted music scene there. His…
KLEOPATRA recently released her MACHINA EP, which explores the varying lines of separation between the human and digital realms, and sometimes how it’s hard to distinguish between either.
If folk-tronica coupled with dismantling the patriarchy, then Joe Parson’s new song ‘Repair’ will turn out to be a real treat.
The first thing you’ll notice about ÄTNA’s new single ‘Grinding’ is the impenetrable wall of bass that immediately sidles up against your eardrums. If it strikes of imp
Magazines’ ‘Happy Alone’ should please the ears of fans of Wolf Alice and Pillow Queens.
Jolé’s Silver Lake EP captures that feeling of when you’re far away from a loved one and wished they were there with you.
“Cherry Bomb is about a wild girl, free but being in love”, shares French indie-rock band Velvet Sunset on their newest release.
We think that you’ll agree that time well spent is time listening to Emma Miller’s ‘Honey’.