ÄTNA – Come To Me
German-based duo ÄTNA is raising pulses in their new video for ‘Come To Me’.
Retro and futuristically avant-garde at once, ÄTNA is creating their own work of art in a musical world, frequently pushing boundaries and playing with gender roles.
The visuals for ‘Come To Me’ feature a notable number of transport methods, as Demian attempts to reach confident singer Inéz in his last attempt to make an effort in their relationship before disappearing once and for all.
You can pre-order the album, ‘Made By Desire’ here.
Sounds like: Grimes, Fever Ray, Vök, Kllo, Daughter
REECE – China Blue
After a move out of Los Angeles and a bit of a health kick, REECE comes back stronger with ‘China Blue’.
The track is about Reece’s self-reflection following a breakup, where he has some toxic traits that also need to be worked on.
Sounds like: Billie Eilish, Frank Ocean, ANDRO, Sam Smith
YAS – Caroline
Classically trained violinist-vocalist, songwriter, composer and producer YAS releases her stripped back and ethereal track, ‘Caroline’.
Further combining pop-electronic sounds with hints of contemporary R&B, the result is an intimately atmospheric song.
Sounds like: Billie Eilish, Banks
Salt Cathedral – CAVIAR
Salt Cathedral asks for the simple pleasures in ‘CAVIAR’.
An impassioned rejection of materialism in relationships and a celebration of the liberation that comes with it, the track combines warm rhythms with icy vocal undertones.
Salt Cathedral is the duo of Nico and Juli, genre-defying artists who effortlessly draw from the vanguard of electronic music, a scope of Caribbean rhythms, and Colombian dance culture to create an infectious sound that transcends borders. Expect their debut album to be released in 2020 on Ultra.
Sounds like: Aurora
Asha Gold – Too Good
West London-based Asha Gold sticks to her guns against the sceptics in her beat-led new single, ‘Too Good’.
After battling with the pressures and opinions of those close to her, who, at the time, were persuading her to persue more “practical” endeavours than music, Asha took to her bedroom where she recorded a voice note of the pre-chorus and chorus for ‘Too Good’. The next day, Asha finished up the song in around ten minutes on the piano; this being all the reassurance she needed to stay on track with her music career.
Sounds like: Nakala, Frank Ocean