Monday, August 13, 2018

Watch: Drahla Drop "Twelve Divisions of the Day" Music Video

Leeds/Wakefield garage punk three-piece Drahla have dropped the video for their latest single "Twelve Divisions of the Day".

The song is part of our current playlist and came out last month as a 7-inch single, featuring a B-side remix by Black Ribbon via Brooklyn independent label Captured Tracks. Grab it here.

Watch the clip below.



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New Entry: DoM Unveils New Single "Love"

Brooklyn based indie pop/lo-fi/psych musician Dom has unveiled his catchy new single "Love".

Have a listen below.


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Watch: Still Corners Unleash Music Video For New Single "The Message"

British indie pop duo Still Corners (aka Tessa Murray and Greg Hughes) have unleashed the video for their new single "The Message".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from the forthcoming fourth studio album 'Slow Air', will be out this Friday (August 17th) on their own label Wrecking Light. Pre-order your copy here.

The video was directed by the band. Watch below.

New Entry/Watch: The Diamond Age Return With New Single "Morning Pages"

Southampton dream-pop/indie rock band The Diamond Age have returned with their infectious new single "Morning Pages", and its accompanied video.

With this song, the band are taking a new direction, as they explain: "the new direction of our sound reflects how we feel about issues in the world."

It is taken from an upcoming new EP, due for rerlease at the end of the year.

Take a look below.


Watch: Computer Magic Shares Music Video For "Clouds"

Brooklyn, NY based musician Danielle Johnson aka Danz aka Computer Magic, has shared the video for her latest single "Clouds".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from her latest album 'Danz', released back in February through Channel 9 Records. Get your copy here.

The DIY video was shot on an iPhone by danz & chad L. (filmed in upstate New York). Check out below.



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