ACTRESE’s ‘Vivid But Vague’ is an effective twist on pop and a true representation of her self-coined style of “sexy envisionment of reality.”
ICEBERG’s intimate track ‘Can’t Forgive Me’ with the warm, analog textures take the idea of forgiveness and turns it inwards.
Not only is ‘Power Show’ a fantastic new addition to The Horn’s growing catalogue, but it also comes with the announcement of their first UK tour supporting Star Sailor.
FIZA’s debut single ‘Pieces’ is really joyful and energetic song that’s come from personal advancement following adversity.
‘home’ from DIY collective hd hausmann is the fuzzed-out garage rock adventure in search of stability and belonging.
National Service’s new single ‘Milktooth’ is a spiraling alternative-rock song about growing up.
There’s an endearing quality to The Horn’s confessional track ‘Always Late’, with its steady and relatively simple instrumentation that unfolds with a great sense of relaxation.
‘Dogbone’ is an exhilarating rollercoaster of aggressive guitars and stomping drums, and Harry Mold’s unyielding attitude.
The Horn have just started their journey and as far as debut tunes go, ‘Passion’ is a winner.
We interview Ian Janco following the release of his gorgeous new indie-folk EP, titled Rapture.