IDER

‘Sorry‘, an ambient track combining elements of folk, soul and electronica, is the debut release from Ider, a fresh new duo out of North London who have been working together for less than a year. Lyrically the song focuses on ‘falling out of love with someone’ and the move towards independence and finding a love … Continue reading

FANG NIGHT

Maybe they are big vampire fans but Fang Night’s name is a tad misleading. Is it a goth metal band or Twilight chat room? Thankfully not. On the upside this enigmatic duo from London are making some really tasty beats topped off with infectious-like-ebola hooks which easily supercede the band’s poor choice of moniker. Imagine … Continue reading

LOYAL

Today’s tip is ‘House For You‘, the new offering from elusive London trio LOYAL. For a sophomore single, ‘House For You‘ is an incredibly accomplished and distinctive track, sporting dainty, hypnotic vocal hooks amongst intriguing, dreamlike house production. The song flows delicately from start to finish, and is rife with interesting textural changes which make … Continue reading

GLASS

Modern music is filled with re-imaginings of classic eras gone by and today’s track, from London pop duo Glass, does that well … mining 80s influences to create a brand new 2016 sound in the form of ‘Broken Bones‘. In spite of it’s dark lyricism about a dying brother, the track is still danceable (like … Continue reading

OUR MOTHER

Of all the new electronic bands currently gaining momentum in London, few deserve your attention more than Our Mother. The freshness of their sound lands the quartet loosely in the bedroom producer category, but with a shining immediacy that somehow renders it pop music. If that sounds like a tricky balance to get right, you … Continue reading