Genres

Introducing: Synthetic Ghosts

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Straight from New Orleans, Synthetic Ghosts delivers a brilliant single titled “Ocean Floor” clocking in at two minutes (in pure White Stripes fashion) off of their...

Introducing: Auður – #BESTNEWMUSIC

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Auðunn Lúthersson also known as Auður (pronounced: Author) isn’t so much a newcomer to the Icelandic music scene. In fact, he has already released is debut EP...

Keep Dancing Inc’s Initial Public Offering EP is all you need right now – #BESTNEWMUSIC

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Since we introduced the Parisian trio Keep Dancing Inc back in August 2016 after first meeting Charles, Louis and Joseph in a dark corner of the famous Pop Up Du Label venue...

[New Music] Lyves – Cover Me – #BESTNEWMUSIC

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Francesca Bergami a.k.a. Lyves, has been on our radar for quite some time now. Wowing us and checking all the boxes with a collaboration track titled “Body Close” – another...

Introducing: Future Animals

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From the onset, this debut single sets the bar real high. Future Animals drop “Ask For It” today and seemingly are on the path to success. It’s no surprise...

[New Music] BLOUM – TV Show + video

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Bloum have been around the parisian electronic scene for quite a while now. We first posted about the group way back in May 2013 to great critical acclaim, that’s four and a...

Introducing: Labrose – Disguise [TRACK PREMIERE]

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We’ve first heard Victor Perry‘s voice a few months back, maybe even last year when he came forward and dropped the wonderful “Nostalgia”. Since then,...

Introducing: Wolfy

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I just have to give a nod to artists and bands that do not take themselves too seriously. And in this day and age, it’s a rather rare occurrence. When you come across...

ITW – Au Dré | Jon chats with Melbourne’s dynamic duo Au Dré

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The latest offering from eclectic Melbourne duo Au Dré, single “Gravity”, off their upcoming EP will draw you to undeniable comparisons with the famous Paula...

Introducing: Lost Beach

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We had previously featured Lost Beach in one of our Cloud Droppings with “Famous for Foolin” and dug the track so much we compared it to a classic Rolling Stone...