This week I’ve been listening to the dreamy psych-pop of masked duo, Jadu Heart, from their latest EP The Gloom That Looms.
Providing a glossy soundtrack to draw out summer just that little bit longer, FOXE’s Honeytop is a force of jangly indie meets Balearic pop.
Dynamic vocals combine with fizzing synth, in this trip-hop inspired track from the Leeds trio Peakes.
From London’s premier percussionist Moses Boyd comes Frontline. High energy, frenetic and steeped with Afro-Caribbean jazz influence.
West London based Westerman combines peppy guitar and singer songwriting with a surreal and electronic twist. I’ve been listening to his latest track Easy Money.
Alt-rock can sometimes feel a little stagnant or cliched amongst up and coming bands. Hypophora’s brand of melodic post-hardcore is anything but, with Spires providing an exciting glimpse of the album to come.
Nigel Duke is a sub-three minute progressive blast of tight rhythms and rich brass from Ghost-Note as they carve out the future of funk.
Sirintip has drawn upon her unique cultural heritage and Jazz learnings to deliver the rhythmic and absorbing Emperor of the Sun from her debut album Tribus.
Blurring the boundaries between Electro and Alt-pop, Art School Girlfriend’s Moon explores the interactions that can only exist in the darkness whilst providing an ethereal follow up from her debut EP Measures.
This week I’ve been listening to the Southampton born and now East London based DIY artist Laurel, with her latest release Same Mistakes. A veritable one-woman band, with crunchy guitar and raw vocals.