Cocoa Futures
News & Leaks

Cocoa Futures – Big Time (premiere)

By On September 26, 2018

Big Time sees Cocoa Futures sing of self-belief triumphantly pushing aside feelings of doubt, before the song transcends into a Prince-esque guitar solo.… Read More

May - Baby Save Me Tonight
News & Leaks

May – Baby Save Me Tonight

By On September 24, 2018

Brooklyn-based May's latest single 'Baby Save Me Tonight' is a smokey and fragile exploration of longing for love, longing for someone who will always be there to save you from the world… Read More

Future Generations - Landscape
Features

Guest playlist: Future Generations – Songs that influenced ‘Landscape’

By On September 4, 2018

To celebrate the release of their fantastic sophomore album ‘Landscape‘ on Frenchkiss Records on 14 September, Brooklyn-based Future Generations were kind enough to put together a playlist of some of their biggest… Read More

Dyan
News & Leaks

DYAN – Less

By On August 29, 2018

'Less' begins almost as a traditional folk track, with Marsh's voice telling of pain and hardship over a harsh, repetitive strumming on the guitar, but as the cello cuts in the song… Read More

Lui Hill
News & Leaks

Lui Hill – Ancient Dust

By On August 1, 2018

'Ancient Dust' begins with Hill's soulful voice in darkness over hanging bass growls and finger clicks, before breaking into a surprisingly upbeat chorus, reflecting the contradictions and inconsistencies of the human condition.… Read More

Riley Pearce
News & Leaks

Riley Pearce – If I Knew (premiere)

By On July 26, 2018

Riley Pearce' s If I Knew is a soft and understated track with little more than his stirring voice backed slow percussion and muted horns, giving him the space to reflect on… Read More

Tep No - Who We Are
News & Leaks

Tep No – Who We Are

By On July 20, 2018

Toronto's Tep No returns with with another pop gem that embraces soothing harmonies and a foot-tapping rhythms to soundtrack our sun-kissed bliss.… Read More

Dyan
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Dyan – Absence

By On July 16, 2018

Dyan's Absence sees the band move away from the electronics towards a hazy lullaby about new beginnings opening up. Its soft guitars and warm harmonies hint at the sunlight of moving on… Read More

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