Wavescapes follow up their experimental sci-fi tinged instrumental debut single, ‘Circ’, with mystical piano piece, ‘Kaleidoscope’.
COLORWAVE share sensual and dark alt rock on ‘Slip Away’ taken from their determined debut album, ‘Nomads’.
The Big Moon announce their second album ‘Walking Like We Do’ and release their newest single ‘Your Light’.
Pizzagirl is the an artist creating his own brand of pop defined by his own rules.
‘Green Eyes’ is the new track exploding out of Portland, Oregon from Joseph. Joseph are a three-piece sister act bringing their own modern and dynamic sound to the folk-pop genre with passion and excitement. Their fourth studio album is due to be released on the 13th of September and ‘Green Eyes’ is the third single from the record.
Kane Miller shares humble and heartwarming indie folk on ‘Through That Door’, the third single to be revealed from LV Music’s ‘Cabin Sessions’ six track EP.
If King Princess’s previous releases were a full face, new single Ain’t Together would be the makeup wipe.
‘Hallelujah’, the new track from Oh Wonder, is a massage for the mind.
Alternative nightclubs prepare yourself- Sad Boys Club have a new floor filler with latest single ‘Dead Fridays’.
Duckwrth does infectious, danceable hip hop to perfection on sleek new single Crush.
Consistently a pair that delve into familiar territories with their quick-witting lyricism and sharp tongues, Ferris & Sylvester are unravelling the darker parts of their personalities with their latest cut ‘I Dare You’.
In what feels like a subtle departure from their erratically scintillating sound, King Nun have released a new single that is ambiguously dark and feels like an insight into their night terrors.
HAZLETT follows up his fragile single ‘Fireworks’ with a new sense of hope on current single ‘Suncats’ out now via BLNKMusic.
Nadia Vaeh gets hot and ‘Heavy’ on sultry electro pop single.
It’s what Joesef leaves out of new track ‘Don’t Give In’ that’s as impressive as what he puts in.
Devon’s ‘I DONT WANT 2 B UR FRIEND’ is an intoxicating shot of indie pop.
Gabrielle Aplin and JP Cooper are ethereal pop veterans in their own rights. The coming together of two poetically aligned minds makes for the kind of listening that tugs on the heart strings, and hits you right in the feels, all the while lifting you up with an element of hope.
Summer of Blood share noise-infused punk on gnarly new single, ‘Strange Island’.