First Signs of Love No 172. MK Grands – Hold You Down

We first played MK Grands ‘Hold You Down’ on last week’s episode of Lost On Radio Podcast and the reaction was overwhelming. So one week later, we’re showcasing him as this week’s First Signs of Love featured artist and giving him a second play on our Lost On Radio Podcast, tune in tomorrow to hear

First Signs Of Love No 121. Mammals ‘Wolf’

Since 2011, Guy Brown has been writing and performing under the name Mammals. Hailing from Sydney’s Northern Beaches (think Home & Away) he blends folk, electronic and indie rock, and leaves the listener with little doubt that this is an artist who spends a lot of time by the ocean. Lyrically personal, Mammals’ debut Animalia

Hayden Calnin – Oh, Hunter EP

Oh, Hunter by Hayden Calnin is a wonderful marriage of sparse, dream like electronic arrangements and soulful vocals. Part Bon Iver, part James Blake, but all really, really good. Calnin is an artist clearly in his element in the studio, possessing the time and talent to tinker with these songs in order to create something

Artist Of The Week. Patrick Rees

  Bird Dog is Patrick Rees‘ first E.P. as a solo artist and boy has he started in style. The tracks on the e.p. are made up of sketches of old demos mostly written while traveling around South-East Asia in 2011 on a $20 dollar guitar that doubled as an umbrella in tropical storms. Returning to

Band Of The Week. Foreign Fields

Folk and electronica are not exactly two genres you usually see paired up, but this is exactly what Nashville based 5-piece Foreign Fields do perfectly. Their music turns the two genres on their heads and creates something entirely new, with all the natural beauty of Sigur Ros.   Foreign Fields begun creating their debut L.P in an abandoned

#FSOL 20. Tony Njoku ‘All My Life’

FSOL (First Signs Of Love) is a feature we use when we stumble upon something that makes our heart race. There is a feeling of optimism that maybe, just maybe we’ve found a new musical love. Like any new love the early days are crucial, who knows how things will work out? But at that moment

Artist Of The Week. House Of Wolves

When I first heard House Of Wolves‘ music, I imagined myself sitting around a camp fire, in the hazy dusk of a warm evening with the sweet smell of summer and sound of content crickets all around. Rey Villalobos, the man behind the music, is an old hand at this chilled and soothing sound; having grown up a classical