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 //
With a new EP in the pipeline, Jordana follows up the re-release of her debut LP Classical Notions of Happiness on Grand Jury with the delicately poised but very enjoyable I’ll Take It Boring.
The American (probably) duo behind Bad Flamingo seem to be spiritual buddies of Orville Peck both musically and visually. You’ll know what we mean when you see their pictures and listen to the fractured country of Dandy Little Day.
London-based singer-songwriter Joulie Fox describes new track Fire in My Lungs as being about ‘dealing with constant pressure and finally breaking free from it.’ Want to know what that sounds like? You can listen to the song below.
It’s a quick return to the blog for Alex the Astronaut (aka Alex Lynn), who follows up Split The Sky with the rousing yet reflective Lost, which you can listen to below. It’ll feature on her new album The Theory of Absolutely Nothing.
We covered The Moth by New York based singer/songwriter Syd Silvair not so long ago, and she makes a quick return to the blog with the closing track of her debut EP Reverie, the deliciously profound pop of Heroine.
With their debut LP, Ephemeral, due out later this year, Brooklyn duo Groupie (Ashley Kossakowski and Johanna Healy) channel the glammy, chaotic sounds of the 70s and beyond on Half Wave. You can listen to the track below.
After making a splash with 2016’s single Dreaming, Limerick band FONDA are certainly back with a bang with new single No Begonias, from the EP of the same name. You can listen to the track on Soundcloud below.
Dead Finks (formed by Erin Violet and Joseph Thomas) moved from Sydney, Australia to Berlin in 2019 and they believe the change has helped them focus their creative energies. The bohemian air of Berlin certainly agrees with them, judging by Bitter Pill.