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Folk-rock for a pandemic world with Midlight’s ‘Emergency Song’

‘Emergency Song’ begins with jangling guitar strums and haunting string drone. The opening lyric “All the rats have gone back to their holes”, sets...

Producers Junge Junge and MOGUAI release soft dance-pop track ‘Call On...

German producers Junge Junge and MOGUAI including the silky vocals of Nathan Nicholson have joined forces to create the dreamlike soundscape that is ‘Call...

Deconstructed pop healing with Saint Idiot’s ‘Terracotta’

‘Terracotta’ begins frantically, seemingly randomly, like a child is pressing all the buttons at once. It’s a look-at-me opening with a tuned percussion-like sound,...

Hayes & Y – Try To Get Back To Joy On...

Immaculately good vibes and a 70’s disco edge is what the newest single from Hayes & Y provides. The multi-national group have nailed catchy...

A tribute to love and survival with Apteekii’s ‘Shelter’

I love a witty, upbeat, ingeniously crafted track as much as the next reviewer/nerd. But let me never underrate the claims of the simple,...

Simulation indie-pop with The Sitch’s ‘Unread’

Is there a word for a musical genre that reminds you of some kind of human simulation video game? Sim-pop? Something about The Sitch’s...

Try some of Cyrano’s late night ‘White Wine’

There are songs for the party, and there are songs for after the party. For when you mull over the decisions of that night...

Rebel rap electronica with Minas’ ‘Burner’

“Two steps back put your sh*t down” is the instantly striking main hook of Minas’ new single ‘Burner’. It’s the perfect summation of the...

Sugarmoon release third single ‘Under The Sea’ with animated video

Sugarmoon’s third single “Under The Sea” transports you to a paradisiacal beach somewhere in a classic 50s surfer romp. Following up their last single...

A sparkling glass of EDM with Pascal Dechmann’s ‘Rise Up’

The end is in sight. The sun is returning, soon I’ll be able to go to the hairdressers again as my roots are begging...

Out At Sea Bring The Calm On ‘Maybe You Know Better’

‘Maybe You Know Better’ is the newest release from the London-based indie-pop quartet Out At Sea. Out At Sea - Maybe You Know Better From the...

Master of theremin Kepa Lehtinen shows us how to ‘Face Plant’

The theremin is a strange, mercurial instrument to master. Incredibly sensitive, it is played without any direct physical contact. Instead, musicians must craft a...
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