New Music //
The New Music section of the blog is dedicated to bringing you fresh new sounds and videos from a wide range of musical genres. Expect to hear bright, thoughtful tunes that are sometimes poppy and sometimes challenging, but always vital and lively as we share songs we love, with you.
Latest Posts //
Formed in 2010, Copehagen’s Felines comprises of Asta Louisa Bjerre (on bass, vocals), Ditte Melgaard (on guitar, vocals), Mei Long Bao (on drums, vocals), and recent arrival Kristian Bønløkke (on keyboards). Their smooth take on lo-fi indie has seen the music grace the runway of Saint Laurent Paris and when you listen to Close to You, it’s easy to know why.
The sublime All OK is the second taster from Parisians Pencey Sloe’s upcoming debut album Don’t Believe, Watch Out which is due out on 27th September. Check out the Benjamin Berzerker directed for the track and find out why there’s such a buzz about the band.
Londoners Mouth Of Ghosts share a name with a track by Dillinger Escape Plan. Though sonically very different, what hey do share with that band is a desire and ability to push musical boundaries. Listen to Home and you’ll hear what we’re getting at.
Ice In The Desert by Toronto based Calcedon is a wonderfully evocative slice of experimental electronic that nevertheless succeeds to reach out to the listener and engaging with them. Watch the David Schuurman directed video to find out more.
Sulene’s life seems to revolve around music, whether it’s creating music for film, TV, and ads, or releasing her music under her own name. Be glad she does the latter, as her recent single is far from a diamond in the rough.
Los Angeles based Gothic Tropic (aka Cecilia Victoria) has a sound that is neither gothic nor tropic, but the New Jersey native really knows how to pack a subtle yet effective punch on recent release Drunk on a Rhythm.
KINOLECTRO is Dakota Blue and Jenny Nirgends, a Hollywood duo that explores some of the more languid and louche sides of Tinseltown, as on recent single Photographic Afternoons.
Mono Club is the musical collaboration between members of Goldheart Assembly and Lyla Foy. The sextet takes a sun-drenched California sound and applies some London indie street glamour, as you can hear on Sleeping.