Tag Archives: Broods

Dominique – Use Me

Dominique

Hype Machine beauty and bedroom producer Dominique shares ‘Use Me’.

The track has an empowering feel to it, but do not be deceived, as it’s actually one of the saddest, more intro-reflective songs Dominique has written to date, about “being so hopelessly in love with someone that you’d do anything and everything just to be around them.”

Sounds like: VÉRITÉ, CAPPA, Broods, Mr Little Jeans, Kate Boy, Lorde, Lykke Li, Sigrid

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Tyne – Crawl

Tyne - Crawl

Tyne is the project of 19 year old Grace Shelley from Cambridge.

Having already been supported by Radio 1 on her previous single ‘Girly’, the cool pop songstress shares her video for ‘Crawl’, a “strong-willed song about independence”.

The video bursts at the seams with colour and shows the juxtaposing forces between nature and nurture.

Sounds like: Halsey, Broods, GEMS

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Fickle Friends – Glue

Fickle Friends

We are big supporters of Brighton locals, Fickle Friends.

Mixed by Mark Ralph (Hot Chip, Years & Years), the fivesome’s latest release is called ‘Glue’, and it’s the kind of indie pop that will stick fast.

Sounds like: Harts, Haim, The 1975, Monogem, Paperwhite, Roosevelt, LANY, Broods, Ghost Beach, PROM

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IOLITE – Ring Of Fire

Iolite

Eighteen year old pop singer, IOLITE shares ‘Ring Of Fire’, a dangerously charming attempt to squeeze in alongside the likes of Dua Lipa and Broods.

The track is about being drawn back to someone, despite knowing that the situation will end up in smoke.

Sounds like: Dua Lipa, Halsey, Broods, Lorde, Zella Day

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Good Girl and the Bad Times – Keep Your Yesterdays

Good Girl and the Bad Times - Keep Your Yesterdays

Brother/sister duo Good Girl and the Bad Times share brooding new track ‘Keep Your Yesterdays’.

Having lived apart in respective cities, New York and London, the siblings, Jenny and Eli, decided to save up funds to fly Jenny home to record some music.

After borrowing some old synths from a few friends, they built a small studio in Eli’s bedroom and started working on an album. The result is eight songs, including this single, which is “a plea for world-weary hearts to sink into new love.”

Sounds like: Jessie Ware, GEMS, Broods, Monogem

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BATTS – For Now

BATTS

BATTS is the project of Australian-based artist Tanya Batt.

Cue the beautiful video for their ambient track, ‘For Now’, which has used free footage from NASA’s archives.

“The aim of this song was to try and sonically create a feeling of floating through space, so naturally BATTS wanted to pair it with space footage and spent many hours going through space footage and nasa archives to find footage she felt suited.”

Sounds like: London Grammar, Ficci, GEMS, MS MR, Daughter, James Blake, Jon Hopkins, MØ, SOHN, Broods, M83

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Hanne Mjøen – U

Hanne Mjøen - U

Norweigan artist, Hanne Mjøen, brings her modern pop sound to the UK and further afield with her new single, ‘U’.

Following hot in the footsteps of fellow Scandinavian artists Tove Lo and Aurora, ‘U’ showcases her knack for rocketing vocals and sweltering lyrics.

The track is out now on Sailor Music.

Sounds like: Tove Lo, Broods, Lorde

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Lastlings – Urges

Lastlings - Urges

Australian brother-sister duo, Lastlings, share new track, ‘Urges’.

It follows on from ‘Time’, You’ and ‘Chills‘, all of which showcase their knack of creating melancholic electronic pop, with airy vocals and lustering melodies.

The track is out now on Exist. Recordings (the label recently launched by Danny Harley of The Kite String Tangle) and is taken from their forthcoming ‘Verses’ EP.

Sounds like: Broods, IYES, Acre Tarn, Sea Change, Glass Animals, Rüfüs

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Ells – Fire It Up

Ells

Introducing Ells, the musical project of Swedish singer/songwriter Isabell Westerlund.

Powerful lyrics of urgency are surrounded by circles of slow driven synths, as Ells begs someone to close those half opened doors that should have been closed long ago.

Sounds like: Broods, Alpines, Kate Bush, Banks, Highasakite, Låpsley

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Nina Luna – String

Nina Luna - String

Los Angeles-based songstress, Nina Luna, has just shared ‘String’.

It’s about the anguish of a romantic connection that cannot be fulfilled. You know the type where you can’t sleep at night thinking about this person over and over again. You can really feel the torment through Nina and co-producer CATALINE‘s use of synths and orchesttral percussion.

Sounds like: Alpines, Broods, Lorde, Ladyhawke

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