It’s in songs like ‘Staring at the Sun’ from Nashville creative The Atomic Age where we can find that sense of solidarity in the face of seemingly unsurmountable odds.
Band Spectra and vocalist Angelica Allen unfurl a cosmic romance in ‘Stars seem eternal’
Band Spectra’s ‘Stars seem eternal’ featuring Angelica Allen is an outstanding addition to the artist’s fascinating sonic world, offering a glimpse of what’s to come on his debut album.
‘Vanish’ welcomes back two iconic musicians as new outfit, Blueburst
With its lush, guitar-driven sound and foot-stomping pace, Blueburt’s ‘Vanish’ is a throwback to the alternative and post-punk sounds of the 80s.
‘I Don’t Feel Today’ is Brit-pop revivalist stunner from common goldfish
We’re continuing our dive down the nostalgic rabbit hole today with common goldfish’s recently released ‘I Don’t Feel Today’.
Swim in the synth-pop nostalgia of The Golden Hour’s ‘Postcard Summer’
‘Postcard Summer’ the synthiest of synth-pop bangers from Italian musician Matteo Zandonella Bolco, aka The Golden Hour.
‘Une Love Song’ is the feel-good, lofi electro-pop single from French artist Tiphanie Doucet
Soaked in hues of amber and marigold, ‘Une Love Song’ is the blissfully amorous new single from French artist Tiphanie Doucet.
Bittersweet nostalgia is at the core of Nadia Kazmi’s 70s-inspired rock anthem ‘Have You Here’
Nadia Kazmi draws on the 70s for a dose of the suitably dramatic in new single ‘Have You Here’, which is designed to transport the listener into bittersweet moments of nostalgia for a past love.
SAER wraps the listener in 80s with his synth-fronted single ‘Sorry’
SAER’s new single ‘Sorry’ is awash with 80s sensibilities, and it’s clear that Birmingham artist is plugged in to the zeitgeist.
‘You’re Heaven’ is the groovy, big-band single from Michigan’s The Erly
It’s an instantly uplifting song that kinda makes us want to don a pair of skates and head down to the roller disco.
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.