With the Eurovision song contest taking place this week, it’s come down to JUNODEF with their stomping alt-pop/rock single ‘Eurovision 2004’ to bring it to the pages of Unrecorded.
Our final track before we head into the weekend is this synth-forward indie-rock gem from Sheffield’s very own Sam Scherdel.
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.
‘Different Times’ is the melodic pop-rock contemplation of change from Adam Brookes’ upcoming solo album.
Greg Bounce’s new single ‘People in their Houses’ is a warm and tender production that slowly unravels the hidden inner worlds of our lives in lockdown.
‘So Cool’ is another indie-pop gem loaded with sincere emotion and bright melodies that further verifies why Low Girl is one to keep an eye on this year.
‘Fall With You’, a dreamy number that tempts you onto the dancefloor with deep-groove bass and vintage synths.
We get to know Washington D.C. dream-pop duo The Infinite Daisy Chains a little better.
It’s a sense of liberation that strikes us most in Greg Bounce’s groove-laden synth-pop track ‘Can I Now Feel?’
‘Mouthbreather’ is a curious new single from solo project The Ceiling Stares.