‘Coma Cluster’, the industrious new song from fraternal duo Strange Souvenirs, appears at first to be a slow and sultry slow-burner, but prepare to be surprised.
Listen to the glittering debut Body Building LP from future star Tom Rasmussen
Tom Rasmussen’s debut album, Body Building, is a bold and empowering statement from a rising star of the queer music scene.
Arliston announce fourth EP with luscious indie gem ‘How In Heaven’
Next on our listening rotation this fine Friday is ‘How In Heaven’, a lo-fi indie pop gem from South London duo Arliston.
‘Low Lights and Throwback Tunes’ is common goldfish’s nostalgic ode to 90s piano house
The nostalgia of 90s piano house and indie-rock comes together in common goldfish’s ‘Low Lights and Throwback Tunes’.
It’s time to get comfy with our feelings via Lane Lanes’ ‘Like To Look Sad’
Wanna be comfy, colourful and feel your feelings? Welcome to sweatercore and more specifically to the experimental, new generation sounds of Lane Lines’ ‘Like To Look Sad’.
‘Snake Skin’ is the bold & original alt-pop triumph from Ireland’s Lisa Canny
If you’re anything like us, then you probably shared in a love of subversive alt-pop, which is exactly what you’ll find from Lisa Canny and her new single ‘Snake Skin’.
PREMIERE: ‘Alien’ is Lemonade Baby’s 00/90s indie-pop outsider anthem
Our third time around the sun of Lemonade Baby’s world surprises listeners with an 90s/00s-inspired indie-pop tune titled ‘Alien’, premiered here on Unrecorded.
Jon Sandman reimagines ‘Maybe’ as a Cassette Mix for eclectic indie kids
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.
Australian newcomer Huyen shares ambient electronica single ‘ilysm’
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.
Introducing the cosmic grandeur of The Pink Nostaglia’s synth-pop storytelling in ‘Radio Silence’
We’re totally in awe of the bubbling electronica, symbolic songwriting and glassine vocals of The Pink Nostalgia’s new song ‘Radio Silence’.