Thursday, September 13, 2018

Watch: The Keep Cats Reveal Music Video For "Olivia"

Guildford, Surrey indie pop/lo-fi band The Keep Cats have revealed the video for their latest single "Olivia".

The song is part of our current playlist and came out in July. Get it here.

The video was directed by CL James. Take a look below. 


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Django Django Announce New EP 'Winter’s Beach', Drop Video For "Swimming At Night"

British indie/art rock band Django Django have announce the release of their new EP 'Winter’s Beach'.

Produced by the band’s drummer Dave Maclean, the six-track EP will be out on 12th October 18 through Because Music. Pre-order your copy here.

The band have also dropped the video for their first single "Swimming At Night".

“The Swimming at Night chorus is about closing your eyes or being in the dark and swimming in your own world, your own thoughts,” Maclean adds; "The idea for the video came when we were in Palm Springs. The light and the colours there were extraordinary and were the inspiration behind some of the imagery in the video. That, combined with an old drawing that Tommy found, of a colourful deep blue sea full of creatures. The video was animated by Gemma Yin Taylor who did an amazing job at bringing to life the visual I had in my head”.

Watch it below.

'Winter’s Beach' tracklist:
01. Winter’s Beach
02. Sand Dunes
03. Swimming At Night
04. Flash Forward
05. Ghost Rider
06. Blue Hazy Highs


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New Entry: TOY Return With Two New Songs "The Willo" and "Energy"

London-based indie rock/psychedelic band TOY have returned with two new songs "The Willo" and "Energy".

The 12" single will be out tomorrow (September 24th) via Tough Love Records, and is a foretaste of a forthcoming album in January 2019. Buy your copy here.

"The Willo" is a dreamlike, seven-minute glide, redolent of a forest at sunset and just as pretty, but not without hints of malevolence. Maxim's fingerpicking acoustic melds with electric twang from Dominic, and a whirling organ from Max Oscarnold gives this elegant creation an extra layer of disorientation and depth. “People appear to have seen Will-o’-the-wisp, a mysterious green-blue light, over the centuries. It generally means something ominous is about to happen", says Tom Dougall.

Then there is "Energy", which lives up to its name with thunderously metronomic drums from Charlie Salvidge and a ferocious guitar from Dominic O’Dair. The lyrics, culled from a story written by Max about a nighttime ritual, are obscured by the barrage-like forward momentum of the music.

Stream both tracks below.


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Watch: Trevor Something Unveils Music Video For "Unknown"

Miami-based indie/new wave/post punk musician Trevor Something has unveiled the video for his new single "Unknown".

The song is available now, get it here.

The clip was shot and edited by Trevor Something. Take a look below.