Wednesday, December 09, 2020

New Entry: Roosevelt Shares New Single "Strangers"

Cologne based electro-pop singer, songwriter and producer Marius Lauber aka Roosevelt, has shared his new single "Strangers"

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from his forthcoming new album 'Polydans', set to be released on February 26 via Greco-Roman / City Slang. Pre-order your copy here.

Take a listen below.


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New Entry: MNNQNS & Unschooling Release "Cabin Fever"

French indie rock/post punk band MNNQNS and indie rock/lo-fi band Unschooling have released their collaborative track "Cabin Fever".

From MNNQNS: "This week's collab track features the masters of impossibly complicated guitarwork Unschooling (also the new project of ex-MNNQNS member Vincent Fevrier). This song was recorded during the first lockdown and is full of pitched-down drums and cool tape effects, hope you'll like it."

Take a listen below.



Watch: Low Island Air Live Video For "In Your Arms"

Oxford indie dance/indie pop quartet Low Island have aired a live video version for their latest single "In Your Arms".

The song is part of our current playlist and came out last month (November 27). Grab it here.

From the band: We shot this video with filmmaker and our long-term collaborator Ben Ogunbiyi, when we were locked down in together in France earlier this year. In Your Arms is almost 3 years old; one of those songs that’s been kicking about for ages in multiple versions - the only thing that remained fairly consistent was the lyrics. We finally finished recording the track in France before the first lockdown. We returned to France just before the second lockdown where we spent the best part of a month rehearsing and filming a load of live videos into the small hours - this was born out of those sessions.

There was a strange sense of groundhog day - the house was incredibly remote so the only interaction we had with the outside world was through the news. Each time we were there, countries the world over were preparing themselves for lockdowns. It felt like we were in a kind of bunker, blindly making music whilst the world was falling apart. 

 It's nice that now, when we're revisiting these sessions, the world looks to be in a slightly better spot, and positivity seems to be back on the menu. Anyway, thats enough from us for now. Hope you like the video! xx.

Watch it below.


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