Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Skinshape • I Didn't Know • 2019




Skinshape is the project of British musician William Dorey. The sound has roots in many genres but in particular 1960s-0s Funk, Soul, Reggae, Psychedelic Rock, Afrobeat and Folk. 

Monday, November 18, 2019

Z Tapes • Fall 2019



Karima Francis • Shelf Life • 2019



“In a word, Karima’s voice is stunning. In a breath, she's capable of sweeping from ethereally angelic to devastatingly heartbreaking, a power that has seen her captivate audiences live” - BBC Music

“A natural ability to effortlessly disappear into her songs and make a crowd believe her lyrics” – Clash Magazine 

Karima Francis is a critically acclaimed musician and songwriter hailing from the illuminated seaside resort of Blackpool. Known for her ability to blend haunting melodies with honest lyrics and an alluring ambiance, Francis creates entirely captivating music, oozing with emotion and rooted in sentiment.

Salad Boys • This Issue • 2019



Saturday, November 16, 2019

Freya Beer • Dear Sweet Rosie • 2019


Live Dates

Nov 30 - The Lexington, London (w/ Brix & the Extricated)
Dec 4 - 1865, Southampton (w/ Dr John Cooper Clarke)
Jan 20 - The Social, London (w/ TheBoy Least Likely To)


Freya Beer’s upcoming single, ‘Dear sweet Rosie’ was recorded early this year in Manchester. The song draws from a number of literary influences including Allen Ginsberg’s ‘An Asphodel’ and Anna Sewell’s ‘Black Beauty’. 

Alongside Freya’s thick guitar riff and tender vocals, I Am Kloot drummer Andy Hargreaves adapts a Led Zeppelin-esque drumming style to the song which creates a non-toppling wall of sound. 

Drug Couple • Little Hits • 2019


Brooklyn-based indie rock duo Drug Couple share their debut EP Little Hits, out today via PaperCup Music. Self-Titled premiered the EP, praising, "The duo is set to unveil their debut EP on PaperCup Music tomorrow, but we’ve got an early listen to the hook-laden guitar heroism of Little Hits — “a collection of songs about finding someone special to share the end times with” — below, along with a short but oh-so-sweet track-by-track commentary that references everything from the Gin Blossoms to Shania Twain…."



Dante Palminteri • Far from Me • 2019


I am excited to send you the new single from New York based actor and musician Dante Palminteri. Entitled 'Far From Me' the track, which was just premiered with Live Nation's Ones To Watch, showcases simple guitar melodies, velvety vocals illustrating his impressive range and yearning lyrics which tug at your heart strings. 

Multimagic • Move On • 2019



"It’s a synth lover’s dream – slick, impactful, and something you’ll be singing and replaying all day." 
- GroundSounds

"Cincinnati’s Multimagic have been on a winning streak ever since they returned this year... uplifting and feel good, with an important message to boot."
- We All Want Someone To Shout For

"It’s good to have this exhilarating band back doing what they do best."
- Born Music

Tombstones In Their Eyes • Open Skies • 2019




"Sounds like slow codeine-laden bliss or drug-numbing love translated into sonic form. It’s astoundingly fresh, slow core perfectly-balanced with alternative rock" – Big Takeover Magazine

"A wall-trembling, skin-crawling, psychedelic-drenched, shoegaze number... Together, they bottle up a raging, Midwestern storm and unleash its fury" – The Revue

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Tom Rosenthal & Cosmo Sheldrake • Swarm Swamp Swim • 2019


‘Swarm Swamp Swim’ comes out this Thursday 24th! 
It’s a collaboration with the musical wizard Cosmo Sheldrake
It’s an uplifting banger! 



Friday, November 15, 2019

Charlotte Lawrence • God Must Be Doing Cocaine • 2019




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Acclaimed pop singer-songwriter Charlotte Lawrence has unveiled her new single “God Must Be Doing Cocaine” – her third song release via Atlantic/Gold Tooth Records. Written alongside Julian Bunetta and John Ryan, the stunning and simplistic video showcases her powerhouse vocals.

Atlas Clouds • Sirens • 2019


Atlas Clouds has been inspired by the likes of Nick Cave, Depeche Mode and the Young Gods (in their quiet moments). Spherical synth sounds accompany the thoughtful singing in «Sirens», the new single of Atlas Clouds. Musician, singer and multi-instrumentalist Christoph Meier, who actually is Atlas Clouds, invites you to music that is charming in its beauty.

Tokyo Tea Room • Designer • 2019


"Tokyo Tea Room paint a dreamscape on new single 'Designer'" GIGWISE

“kaleidoscopic psych-pop… dream-like” The Line of Best Fit

“dreamy pop music, the band sluice together shoegaze guitar effects and dappled synths amid heavenly vocals” Clash

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

King Princess • Hit the Back • 2019




Born Mikaela Strauss, the Brooklyn-based artist was a young music prodigy, reportedly offered a record deal when she was just 11. She studied at USC before leaving school to pursue a music career. Early songs like "Send Pix" and "Sunburn" featured a more bluesy rock tone, one that she would polish on her 2018 breakthrough, "1950." The queer love anthem received cosigns from the likes of Harry Styles and Halsey and was her first release for Mark Ronson's Zelig Recordings label.

Romantic States • Ballerina • 2019


Romantic States has been releasing music under the name for almost a decade. They've toured sold-out theaters as Beach House's support. Guitarist Jim Triplett was half of Wham City blasters Videohippos. Their striking cover art is by singer-songwriter Ilenia Madelaire. For this new record, the band grew from a duo to a quartet to include Wildhoney/Expert Alterations bassist Alan Everhart and drummer Shawn Durham (who has spent time drumming for Snail Mail, Emily Yacina, Gauche, and many more).

Sunday, November 10, 2019

In The Valley Below • "Elephant" • 2019



Discussing the video, Angela Gail and Jeffrey Jacob, stated, “For the video we just wanted to go to a great place. We love Mexico and we hadn't spent much time in Mexico City, so we decided to do it there. We brought some giant inflatable elephants and drove in a van. We turned on the camera in the places we liked. The police drove us away from some places, but most of them were all curious. It was quite magical. We are thrilled to be able to return to Mexico City, to perform at one of the best festivals in the world.”