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No Wyld – Odyssey

If you’re looking for something that exudes strength, power, confidence, drama – this is it. Formerly known as “The Wyld”, No Wyld fuse hip hop, rock, orchestral indie from Auckland, New Zealand. There’s no mistaking the thinking behind the title for… Continue Reading →

Chaos Chaos – Winner

  Sisters from Seattle, Asya and Chloe Saavedra a.k.a Chaos Chaos featured on the On Repeat playlist in August last year, when I first came across their synth-tinged, dreamy electro-pop on their SoundCloud page in this track from their self-released EP,… Continue Reading →

Shopping (band) – In Other Words

This band were by far my highlight of The Great Escape in Brighton this year. Shopping (band) were exactly what was needed to make 3 days of queues, light rain and crowded, sweaty venues at my favourite annual music festival… Continue Reading →

Elephant – Shapeshifter

I said it would be Elephant – and it’s Elephant, a song called “Shapeshifter” that’s been transporting me to faraway, magical and possibly underwater places for the last couple of months since I first heard it on a podcast. Elephant… Continue Reading →

Erotic Market – Rumblin

The ‘Your Mum’ joke in the influences section of their facebook biog should give you an idea of what to expect from kyoto/Jamaica – spawned HotWave duo Erotic Market. Well… at least in terms of personality – a little bit cheeky, a… Continue Reading →

Douglas Dare – Seven Hours

I was just about to update my playlist of the 10 tracks I have on repeat right now – imaginitively titled The 10 – when I realised that I’ve only actually blogged about 1 of them up here. So that’s what… Continue Reading →

Alina Baraz & Galimatias – Pretty Thoughts

Equal parts vocals and production the combined effect is something altogether calming and evocative at the same time. I was stuck trying to decide which track from Alina Baraz & Galimatias to post here. The pair have collaborated a few… Continue Reading →

Bat and Ball – We Prefer It In The Dark

First post of 2014 – a month in so I’ve had a bit of time to listen to a LOT of new music. This is is one from London-based duo Bat and Ball who seem to label themselves “polka-dot-pop”. The… Continue Reading →

Valerie June – The Hour

I imagine this would play well in True Blood if it were a little less gory and a little more romantic (the show, not the song, from Valerie June): 60s, soulful and sad – re-invent the soundtrack to A Bronx Tale and… Continue Reading →

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