With the first single released under her own name, Elsa Carmona has stepped away from the dream pop aesthetic of her time as ‘Sirena’ and taken up a darker synth pop sound that has awakened something brilliant in this young artist.
If like me, you are out of the loop and haven’t heard of Bakery, I advise you to stop what you’re doing, grab your headphones, and listen to this track.
21-year-old Swedish songstress Laura Nox released her debut single Save A Little Love on November 4th.
Following a brief hiatus from touring and gigs it is delightful to hear from Vigo Thieves again.
Heading to ex servicemen’s club Moth Club in Hackney, which was recently made more famous by Lady Gaga’s surprise appearance, I was really intrigued to see how She Drew the Gun would be live.
As if the capital is not one of the most diverse, mastered plethoras of music already, we stumble upon East London-based rapper-cum-producer Jay Prince knocking about on Apple Music’s New Artists section.
I am utterly heartbroken to have not found this artist sooner.
Nottingham-based four piece Mowbeck have delivered something truly refreshing with their latest single Vaseline.
Banks returns with her sophomore album The Altar, bringing us her bold and brooding take on the alternative pop genre.
If your hips are swaying, your lips are smiling and you’re feeling some serious female admiration vibes, then you’re probably listening to Sia.
It is fair to say self titled albums aren’t uncommon.
Screaming out of Brisbane, Australia, are garage-rock four piece, Animal House.
Edinburgh based Emily Atkinson, who goes by the stage moniker EMILIE, brings her take on brooding electro pop with new single Eyes for You, taken from her debut EP I See You in The Darkness.
Already a Grammy award winning vocalist and having worked with some of the most impressive and in-demand producers of the moment, it would be hard for this singer/songwriter to produce a track that isn’t attention worthy.
I will start this by saying that it is rare for someone like Jasmine Rodgers to come along.
Puzzle is a new innovative artist who is ready to take London by storm.
Some of you out there might already be aware of the London duo known as Empathy Test, an electronic group that draw heavily on the influence of the sci-fi aesthetic in their style (the band’s name is a reference to the machine used in Blade Runner to determine android from human).
It is something of a struggle to try and sum up an event like Obonjan.
Throw your fingerless-gloved fists up in the air and hop into your convertible, because retro pop banger Zurich is a total call-back to the classic style of the ‘80s.
Canadian rockers July Talk have just released their new track Strange Habit, taken off their sophomore album Touch due for release on the 9th of September.