31
Aug

SUNDAY NIGHT GROOVES

Most Sundays, we curate a batch of eclectic tracks for your listening pleasure. This week, we got swept up in the grooves and our short playlist turned into a full-on mixtape. Good news: You’re bound to find a new song to love. Enjoy …

  1. CRUISR - All Over
  2. Snakehips - Days With You (Fwdslxsh Remix)
  3. Emile Haynie - A Kiss Goodbye (feat. Charlotte Gainsbourg, Devonté Hynes and Sampha)
  4. Vaults - Hunger Of The Pine (alt-J Cover)
  5. Mister Lies - Deepend
  6. terror pigeon! - Girl!
  7. Portishead - Glory Box ( Whilk and Misky Re-work) [mp3]
  8. Vaults - Lifespan (MMOTHS Remix)
  9. Zola Blood - Meridian
  10. Japanese Wallpaper - Between Friends (ft. Jesse Davidson)
  11. Cold War Kids - First
  12. Broods - Four Walls
  13. Kele Okereke - Doubt
  14. Slow Magic - Waited 4 U
  15. LAYLA - Fight The Fire
  16. Karen Harding - Say Something
  17. TOKiMONSTA - Steal My Attention
  18. Golden Coast - Dream And An MPC
28
Aug

Sam Sure - Hunger

Sam Sure is the latest British artist to catch our ear. The London-based singer/songwriter combines original vocals, samples, and seductive percussion on debut track “Hunger.” The track, which has been dubbed “the next hype” by BBC Radio 1’s Zane Lowe, sees release on Oct. 19 via Black Butter Records.

The vigilant amongst you may recognize Sure from his feature on British producer TCTS’ track “You.” Revisit/check out that tune below.

28
Aug

SOHN - The Chase

British multi-threat (singer/songwriter/musician/producer) SOHN shares a demo of unreleased track “The Chase.” Polished and refined, the track is an excellent follow up to his debut album Tremors.

28
Aug
27
Aug

Shura - Just Once (HONNE Remix)

London singer + producer Shura’s steamy, contemplative single “Just Once" gets the remix treatment from fresh on the scene duo HONNE.

27
Aug

VÉRITÉ - Weekend

After impressing with debut track “Strange Enough,” NYC songstress VÉRITÉ returns with second single “Weekend.” A bright and catchy pop track with strong vocals, this one’s offered as a free download.

27
Aug

Billy Who - Just A Memory

We’ve fallen in love with mysterious Swedish act Billy Who. With an infectious rhythm that hints at influences in Caribbean music (reggae, soca, calypso), Billy Who’s debut track “Just A Memory” is on steady repeat.

27
Aug

James Vincent McMorrow - When I Leave

Irish singer/songwriter James Vincent McMorrow captures us with raw, new track “When I Leave.” The one-off track follows McMorrow’s sophomore album, Post Tropical, and is offered as a free download.

Of the new track, JVM writes:

I’ve been recording when I can over the summer, on the floors of festival dressing rooms, in hotels, I’ve been waiting for everyone to fall asleep so I can track vocals in the back lounge of the bus. Making Post Tropical definitely lit a fire. There’s no plan for any of it, I have an album in the world and it is rightfully taking up a lot of my energy, but I’ve plenty energy to go around, I’d like to start putting out some ideas while the ink is still wet, I want people to hear them, to know what they are when we play them live during the autumn Euro and US tours.

Disclaimer, They’re not polished, nothing recorded on the road ever could be, a lot of time spent removing crazy back ground sounds from vocals etc. That’s the point though I guess, snapshots.

When I was in college I’d go out a lot, but I wasn’t the guy that was the centre of everyone’s attention, I was usually standing awkwardly in the corner. But just because you’re standing in the corner doesn’t mean you don’t love to dance. That’s what this song is about I guess, dance like no one’s watching.

James
27
Aug

Laura Welsh x Ang Low - Lifeline

British songstress Laura Welsh and Brooklyn crooner Ang Low come together for new collaborative track “Lifeline.” Over a stomping, slowly sway-inducing backdrop, Welsh’s soaring, breathy vocals and Ang Low’s complimentary soulful vocals shine. Have a listen above.

24
Aug

SUNDAY NIGHT GROOVES

Most Sundays, we curate a batch of eclectic tracks for your listening pleasure. This week, we present tracks from (1) Portland duo SOS (formerly Shadows on Stars), (2) mysterious Australian singer Hoodlem, (3) London producer fwdslxsh (pronounced forward slash), (4) JMSN’s White Room Records signee Pearl, (5) British 4-piece band Sundara Karma, (6) British duo Qtier, and (7) Aussie producer Hounded and singer Sophia Aroutsidis.

  1. SOS - Dead or Alive [mp3]
  2. Hoodlem - Firing Line
  3. fwdslxsh - Yellow
  4. Pearl - Not Enough
  5. Sundara Karma - Indigo Puff
  6. Qtier - Set Me On
  7. Hounded - Never Will (feat. Sophia Aroutsidis) [mp3]
22
Aug

Tinashe - Pretend feat. A$AP Rocky

Tinashe shares melodic new track “Pretend” featuring A$AP Rocky. The track provides a preview of Tinashe’s long-awaited debut album Aquarius, following 3 well-received mixtapes. The LP is set for release on Oct. 7.

22
Aug

Jessie Ware - Say You Love Me (Shura Remix)

British newcomer, singer, and producer Shura continues to impress with this remix of Jessie Ware’s single “Say You Love Me.” The remix follows Shura’s release of two excellent original tracks: “Just Once" and "Touch.” Jessie Ware’s new album, Tough Love, is out on Oct. 6 / Oct. 21 (N. America).

22
Aug

Cathedrals - OOO AAA

San Francisco duo Cathedrals’ debut self-titled EP is set for release on Sept. 8 via Neon Gold. “OOO AAA” is the first single off the EP.

21
Aug

Wyatt - Attention

… I was lying to you baby when I said my love grew cold

Mysterious artist Wyatt delivers sensual grooves on “Attention,” the opening track of his self-titled EP. Name your own price for the EP here.

21
Aug

astronomyy - Nothin On My Mind

British artist astronomyy heads to the south of France to film the video for his single “Nothin On My Mind.” Like the song, the video delivers maximum chill. Find the track on astronomyy’s There For You EP (streaming in full here).

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