Full of dance-worthy moments and metaphorical lyrics, Sandman himself recommends ‘Maybe (Cassette Mix)’ for fans of Sufjan Stevens and Daughter through to the likes of The Go! Team, Sleigh Bells and Holy Fuck.
Off the back of her debut single ‘Can’t Trust’, Huyen delivers follow up ‘ilysm’, a euphoric pop-leaning farewell to a romantic chapter in her life.
We’re totally in awe of the bubbling electronica, symbolic songwriting and glassine vocals of The Pink Nostalgia’s new song ‘Radio Silence’.
The slow-burning introduction of spacious, sorrowful piano and ethereal electronica makes this an unmissable listen for the spooky season.
Delicately laced alt-folk melodies, fractured electronic beats and a haunting cello section come together to portray a fragile state of mind.
‘Silver’ is a minimalist-trap, indie R&B track from London songwriter Pedro Samp.
Scottish musician The Woods doesn’t want us to forget those individuals behind the art that we all enjoy so much and so he’s dedicated new song ‘A Changing Light’ to them.
A rich tapestry of indie-folk songwriting techniques, chamber-pop samples and indie-electronica composition submerges the listener into Green Hazel’s cinematic world.
‘Something To Believe In’ was an act of solace during a particularly challenging time for the songwriter and producer EMBLM.
‘Des Stops et Des Détours’ is the latest single from Margate-based guitarist and songwriter Geoffrey Papin, aka Sisyphes.