Both Dora Lachaise and Jonni Slater are currently based in Glasgow, Scotland, and have had their separate careers up until this point with amazing solo singles and EP of their own. But "Sign On the Door" is magic.
Occurrence’s new dynamic and powerful single “The Remote Past Tense”
"This song is about every breakup, ever. I mined all the details of my relationships as if they were film stills or a slide projector show, really trying to make it visually resonant", singer Cat Hollyer herself says of "The Remote Past Tense" by Occurrence
Nobody’s Wolf Child final chapter in “Nobody’s”
. As usual when it comes to this project, "Nobody's" is an astonishing piece of music, blending electronics that range from trip-hop to Kate Bush's experimentalisms. The sense of mystery surrounding the Nobody's Wolf Child persona makes it even more enthralling, and this time around this can be perceived in the video.
Moon and Aries’s bold and addictive new album “Break The Matrix”
Break the Matrix by Moon and Aries was released in three parts beginning last September, so now it's time to take a listen to the full project as it was intended. It's a concept album composed of nine tracks, and it features the most diverse mixture of textures and nuances...
Taylor Jules’s gorgeous new single “19”
There's an intrinsic vulnerability and honestness to Taylor Jules's songwriting style and the most remarkable part of it is that it translates into hopefulness that you can hear and feel alongside her in "19".
Skar de Line’s new confessional and contradictory Fourth Chapter in “A Way”
Sonically, "A Way" by Skar de Line manages to keep pace and features all of his trademarks: a very vivid cinematic dynamic, hip-hop influences, orchestral soundscapes, and an indie pop sensibility that shines through it all.
Clare Easdown’s dreamy trip-hop new single “To The One’s I Love”
Clare Easdown about 'To The One's I Love' "is an anthem for all the misfits, those who feel completely ignored, discarded, and excluded from the pack. You are not alone",
Elly O’Keeffe’s vulnerable and powerful single “I Hear You”
"I Hear You" by Elly O'Keeffe is a powerful ballad that reels you from the first verse. By the time she gets to the 'cause I hear you in the battle when everything is coming down' of the chorus, you're already neck deep in her emotions and passion.
Carta Inc & Brunetti’s light and playful “Keeping A Distance”
On his new track, Carta Inc. successfully explores a lightness to his brand of indie pop, coming up with a fun and light-hearted song that makes you feel good, and sometimes that's all we need.
Wild Fire – “Just Friends”
Wild Fire have written about complicated situationships before, like in their blazing "Don't Mess With Exes", and once again in "Just Friends" there is an undeniable fire to their music.