Katanak combines vibrant pop overtures with playful indie-rock compositions in the vein of The 1975, The Wombats, Circa Waves and Two Door Cinema Club.
It’s very fair to say that ‘Always Gonna Let You Down’ lives up to the claim that “Gloomy June songs are pop refracted through an anxious lens: sometimes anthemic, often queer, and always a little tragic.”
We’re totally in awe of the bubbling electronica, symbolic songwriting and glassine vocals of The Pink Nostalgia’s new song ‘Radio Silence’.
Maddie Park’s ‘no fcks’ is a vibey, late-night-drive worthy track that embraces the unknown twists and turns of life from the perspective of a hopeful twenty-something.
Late Hala’s 90s soft-rock nostalgia trip ‘Dark Clouds’ is both a lyrical and sonic reminder to take a breath.
Hyooman’s distinctive melange of lo-fi bedroom pop and late 90s/early 00s indie-rock is the heart of ‘Month End’.
We get to know Dublin DIY musician Qwerty Mick following the release of lofi number ‘Google Your Symptoms’.
Michael Sanders’ ‘Miss Lady’ is a melodic indie-rock tale of lost love and imagined resolution.
This English and Spanish language track is not only a loveable indie-pop anthem, it also drives to heart an important issue.
‘What If’ is the romantic new single from Swiss singer-songwriter sautereau, who first started writing this on a guitar in her Manhattan apartment.