Parisian electro-pop trio Keep Dancing Inc announce their upcoming debut album “Embrace”, out June 6th, with the upbeat single “Could U Stop”. The track is, like the band’s name suggests, beautifully energetic and highly danceable. The single gets accompanied by a surreal and lighthearted video, that captures the essence of[…]
talker Watch talker enjoying herself on and off the stage. “Suck Up” marks the next single of her upcoming second EP. The video is directed & produced by Jake Goble and co-produced by Celeste Tauchar aka talker herself. You can see talker live and in person on March 8 at[…]
The story behind the song is as intriguing as the track itself: NYC music pioneer Ken Rockwood asked Brothers Isaac & Thorald Koren from duo The Kin/BRÅVES if they would ever consider creating an acoustic album. Long story short, the three of them explored their options, and their album “I[…]
Giudi is a musician originally from Prague and signed to London-based label Minimal Surface. He new song “Sleeping Boy” comes as a classic shimmering yet melancholic synth pop piece about escaping from the shackles of society. The riveting video shows a young man following this path, but it remains unclear if the story has a happy end.
Summer of 2019 saw the first flurry of shows by Brooklyn-based indie rockers Clone, when they steadily build their fanbase, who will also come out tonight when Clone celebrate the release of their single “New Romance”. With members of other alluring formations it comes as no surprise that Clone can[…]
Here is Sharon Van Etten again with a new gripping song. In “Beaten Down” the heavy and dark music contrasts with Sharon’s bright vocals and against what the title suggests she delivers a positive message with this track.
While “Sweet & Vicious” marks the debut single by Edinburg-based artist Raff Eragona, it becomes immediately apparent that this is skillful songwriting with a high quality production. No surprise here as Eragona is the frontman of indie rockers Ok Social Club, now pursuing his solo project as Ella’s Brother. I am[…]
Some people know too well how to make you feel good. L.A. singer/songwriter and visual artist Trishes found herself in a relationship with a man of that kind. Her new single “Caffeine” is the first of two song she wrote about being manipulated and not knowing what is real and what is just show. In hindsight she books these events as an interesting psychological experience.
Releasing a song called “Forever & Always” on the most love-exploiting day of the year might seem like a bad idea at first glance. Why throwing yet another romantic tune into the endless sea of love songs? But what if the love song in question is exceptionally heartfelt, and defies[…]