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 //
One of the great things about pop music is the way it enables artists to express and compress complex emotions and ideas in a short, accessible message – a wonderful example is Murphy’s Law by Chersea. Some may find the video upsetting.
South Florida based project Firstworld (initially Kris Alvarez, but now including Daniella Chamorro and Joey Prats) follows up the release of their I’m Still Here six track EP by dropping a new single, Running Away from it – check it out below.
Mexicali resident Isr Sach wrote Criminal Minds in 2010 for his first EP, in reaction to immigration issues happening in Arizona state at that time. As history repeats itself in the Trump era, he’s decided to revisit the song.
Londoners Oi Va Voi have built a sterling reputation over the last eighteen years for their modern reinterpretations of the classic East European and Jewish sounds that form part of their musical heritage.
Over the last few months we’ve heard an increasing buzz about Queen Zee, with their sound – a riotous mix of punk energy, grunge anger and metal exuberance inspiring fear and devotion in equal measure. Want to see why? Check out the video for Sass or Die to find out.
Basque country post-punk band Belako got under our skin with the dark sound and the Bergmanesque video for their Maskenfreiheit track – what do you think?
Benedikt is a Canadian born, Berlin based solo-artist who seems to have taken some of the more hedonistic influences of his current home town to heart on Havana Nights. Check out the video below.
Los Angeles quintet Flaming Dingos found their musical footing in the Future Funk scene, but since then, their sound has evolved in to something slinkier and smoother, as you can hear on Fallin’.