Friday, November 29, 2019

New Entry: Bugeye Release New Single "Electric"

London disco punk/riot grrrl band Bugeye have released their new single "Electric".

"Electric brings to life and mixes 80s disco with a flavour of 90s guitar bands with a fresh 2019 sound. Featuring catchy hook lines and melodies about the causal nature of modern day love."

It was produced by Paul Tipler (LIINES, Elastica, Sophie and the Giants). Stream it below.


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New Entry: Hotel Lux Unleash New Single "Tabloid Newspaper"

Wapping via Portsmouth post punk/pub-rock five-piece Hotel Lux have unleashed their new single "Tabloid Newspaper".

The song is out today (November 29) and is taken from their forthcoming EP ‘Barstool Preaching’, which will be out in 2020 via Nice Swan Records.

Grab it here and take a listen below.


New Entry: Wyatt Blair Reveals New Single "Boys Night Out"

Los Angeles new wave/power pop/glam rock musician Wyatt Blair has revealed his new single "Boys Night Out".

The song is taken from his upcoming EP 'For the First Time', set to arrive on December 13 via Lolipop Records.

Grab it here and stream it below.


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New Entry: Llovers Premiere New Single "Do You Know"

Newcastle/Teesside indie pop band Llovers have premiered their catchy new single "Do You Know".

The song is out today (November 29th). Buy it here and stream it below.


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Watch: The Trusted Unveil "Wild Love" Music Video

Southend-on-Sea indie pop/rock four-piece The Trusted have unveiled the video for their latest single "Wild Love".

The song is part of our current playlist and came out earlier this month via The Orchardle. Grab it here.

"Wild Love" explores themes of rejecting the harsh realities of life and the current political and social upheavals we all face with a desire to run and hide from it all. Lead singer Tom Cunningham describes the track: ‘Wild Love is a song about leaving everything behind and running away with someone. It’s a song about finding a new place away from all the trouble and pain. We all kind of want to run away even if we don’t know where we are running.’ Of the band’s name singer Tom says ‘Its from a Nick Lowe penned song, which Elvis Costello had a hit with called 'What’s So Funny About Peace Love and Understanding' that has the lyrics, "So where are the strong And who are the trusted? And where is the harmony? Sweet harmony.’

Watch the video below.


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New Entry: Lea Porcelain Shares New Single "Sink Into The Night"

Berlin’s post-punk duo Lea Porcelain (aka Julien Brecht and Markus Nikolaus) have shared their new single "Sink Into The Night".

The song is out today (November 29). Get it here.

For fans of Radiohead... Take a listen below.


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Watch: Sam Fender Airs Music Video For "Saturday"

Newcastle indie rock musician Sam Fender has aired the video for his latest single "Saturday".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from his debut album 'Hypersonic Missiles', released in September this year. Get your copy here.

The video was directed by James Slater. Watch it below.

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New Entry: David Shaw and The Beat Drop New Single "Please Please Please"

Manchester-born/ Paris-based indie/synth pop/electronic artist David Shaw and The Beat has dropped his new single "Please Please Please".

The song is taken from the forthcoming EP 'Love Songs With a Kick Vol. One', set to be released on February 14th via Her Majesty's Ship. Grab it here.

Take a listen below.


Watch: NNHMN Reveal Music Video For "Special"

Berlin electronic/dark ambient/experimental/synth duo NNHMN (aka Lee and Michal Laudarg) have revealed the video for their latest single Special".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their upcoming album 'Shadow In The Dark', set to arrive on December 4th via K-Dreams. Buy it here.

"Special tells the darkish story of borderline personality and the hardship in expressing love. The main character in the video is based on Nico in Philippe Garrel's movie - La Cicatrice intérieure from 1970-1972."

Watch it below.