With a fresh new sound comparable to a disco ball that has been systematically dashed to the ground and joyously partied upon, Mozart’s Sister’s sun appears to be rising.
An exciting and logical extension of the electronic-laced post-rock found in Electrelane, Verity Susman has extended her range to the expiramental possibilities of electronics and found sounds.
We’ll let Eddi Front speak for herself: “While you’re fucking a chair, I’ll be eating bananas and riding a big… black… stallion.”
With hazy vocals and an astral approach to song-craft, Brooklyn’s Empress Of is ready to rock your socks off in 2013.
Glasgow up-and-comers For Abel deliver two new tracks: “The 17th Failed Hope Song” and “House Of Ghosts”.
Chairlift’s “Something” is number 20 on our Best Albums of the Year list. Enter our competition to win them all!
Behold: the pitch-perfect reinvention of a modern classic ready to be the perfect end-of-summer party anthem that you always needed to have in your life.
Fuelled by a lust for sex, synths, and Phil Collins (in that order), Night Panther are here to make you feel sexual. It’s working for us.
Solo project of L.A.-based singer/recording artist Carol Rhyu offers up restrained, evocatively brooding dream pop to keep you cool during the coming summer months.
Montréal-based retrofuturists Chevalier Avant Garde craft addictively atmospheric minimalist synth pop. It’s like Back To The Future II actually happened, which would have been pretty sweet.
Brusque Twins have succeeded in crafting and polishing their sound to successfully merge deep, heartfelt, intense musical structures with a certain icy reserve. This is music deserving of a pair of good headphones, and a nice late-night walk through dark streets.
Setting the bar very high for themselves with an excellent debut EP, the self-titled debut album from Light Asylum sells itself a bit short.
Eschewing the concept of a lead singer for an original approach to collective vocals and weaving together melodies steeped in metaphor, Grass Widow’s newest offering is their strongest yet. Still, there are some hurdles for this band to overcome in future.
A seductive new track is offered up free to download as a belated Valentine’s Day present courtesy of Swan + Antler + Feldt. Think of it as a delectable box of sonic pralines, yet definitely not stale!
With a melting pot approach to songcraft that mixes indie punk D.I.Y. with fringe hip hop and psychsoul Afro-futurism, THEEsatisfaction have arrived. To know them is to love them!