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Heath – The Outline of You



HEATH are a reasonably new, self-producing three-piece from Brighton.

Despite the age of band, they create polished, piano-based pop, full of lush melodies and enticing vocals.

Watch the video for ‘The Outline of You’ below, also directed by HEATH.

Sounds like: Police, Half Moon Run, Daughter, Frightened Rabbit, New Order, Jack Garratt

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Vaults – Midnight River



Vaults, a trio from London, release the optimistic ‘Midnight River’ following their run of supports for Jack Garratt.

The video, which appears to have a underlying theme of freedom and empowerment, was filmed in an abandoned school, with awesome choreography to illustrate one hell of a trippy journey.

Live Shows

Mon 11 April – Glasgow Stereo
Tue 12 April – Bristol The Exchange
Wed 13 April – London Heaven
Thu 14 April – Manchester Deaf Institute

Sounds like: Foxes, Florence + the Machine, Jess Glynne, Evvy, Noosa, Remmi, Ella Henderson, London Grammar, Phantogram, Broods, Gems, Kacy Hill, Susanne Sundfør, IYES, Alt-J, Daughter

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Wildes – Bare



A brand new project from a brand new star-in-the-making. WILDES is 19 year old Ella Walker from West London.

WILDES focuses on the importance of songwriting, partly due to her infectious love of literature, and uses its creative process as a way of deliberating over a situation or a relationship.

‘Bare’ is due for release via Hometown Records.

Sounds like: First Aid Kit, Daughter, Evvy, VÉRITÉ, Noosa, Mara Simpson

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4am – More.



New girl-boy, DIY duo, 4AM, leave us wanting ‘More.’ with their new track.

Crackling vocals laid over chilled R&B rhythms, instantly remind us of that long night bus trip home in the rain at 4am. It’s a long journey, but it’s worth it once you arrive home safely to a warm bed.

Sounds like: Daughter, Banks, The XX, James Blake

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Tradiio Exclusive: Interview with Vaarwell

Vaarwell by Tomás Monteiro

Vaarwell by Tomás Monteiro

Lisbon quartet Vaarwell formed in late 2014 and have been making music and touring ever since. They are currently preparing their first album, which we can expect in late 2016.

After being named Tradiio’s ‘Artist of the Week’, we decided to find out more…

How did you meet and why did you start making music together?

We all studied in the same art school and we were studying music production. Since we were all from the same class, we eventually got to know each other better and decided to try making music together and we think it worked out well!

Describe your sound in three words.

Mellow, Simple, Genuine.

We also discovered fellow Portuguese artist Isaura on Tradiio. Do you think the music scene in Portugal has a lot of offer the rest of the world?

Absolutely! We personally think that the Portuguese music scene has never been better and more diversified. There’s a lot of potential in some Portuguese projects.

Where do you cite your musical influences from?

We all came from different backgrounds when it comes to music genre, so our influences vary from indie rock to folk and electronic music, to name a few.

We love new music at Indietronica. What new music are you listening to?

We’ve been listening to Lapsley, Haitus Kaiyote, Ayelle, Benjamin Clementine and Hippo Campus.

We’ve invested in Vaarwell. Have you? Listen to more of Vaarwell’s songs and support them at tradiio.com/vaarwell.

Sounds like: IYES, Daughter, Frances, Phoria

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Premiere: Moushumi – Red Like Mine EP



Moushumi is an unsigned 22 year old singer-songwriter based in Brooklyn.

Although new to the scene (‘Red Like Mine’ is her debut EP), Moushumi is used to live performances, having frequented open mic nights throughout the last year or so. She cites influences from the likes of Banks, London Grammar and Daughter.

Her EP was written earlier this year, in just two months, and showcases her love of mellow, minimal, indie pop.

The EP starts with killer track, ‘Alone’. Moushumi explains “It is about knowing someone who seems to do everything in his/her power to push people away, and for some reason, they just can’t stop. They might even like it.”

The influence from Daughter is definitely present in ‘Flies’ and the same can be said for London Grammar in the slightly more upbeat, ‘Stay’.

Final track ‘More’ offers a little bit more sass and urgency, but is still worthy of credit, with it’s brooding bass and steamy vocals.

We are expecting to hear a lot more great music from Moushumi in the near future.

Purchase the EP here.

Sounds like: Banks, London Grammar, Daughter, The XX, Lana Del Rey, Alt-J

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We are obsessed with the new ‘Banquet EP’ by Melbourne-based artist, LANKS.

The six track collection of songs encompasses LANKS’s signature textured and layered sounds, grounded in intelligent, effortless vocals.

Listen to the stunningly produced ‘Aurelia’, or the whole EP below.

Sounds like: Ásgeir, Bon Iver, Deptford Goth, RY X, Daughter, Hozier, Solomon Grey, James Blake, Action Child, Chet Faker

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Lupa J – Quiet Here

Lupa J

Lupa J

Seventeen year old Sydney-based Lupa J (neé Imogen Jones) made the transition from classically trained violinist to contemporary electronic artist at the age of 15, and has been developing quite a unique sound ever since.

Watch the video for the eerily beautiful ‘Quiet Here’:

‘Quiet Here’ has been released with a stunning B side, ‘Waiting for Her’.

Sounds like: Aurora, Daughter, Björk, Emma Louise

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Exclusive Premiere: GØSPEL – Other Side



GØSPEL is London based trio Beth Anderton-Allen, Will Pennel and Chris Willsher.

We are proud to premiere ‘Other Side’; the B-side to ‘Ain’t Gonna Let You In’, which is out on 22 June.

‘Other Side’ is an atmospheric track with raw, live-sounding vocals from Beth and a laid back distorted bass line to top.

Usually B-sides aren’t as decent as their A-side counterparts, but this track is serious competition to ‘Aint Gonna Let You In’.

Listen below:

You can also catch GØSPEL headlining at The Waiting Room, Stoke Newington for their single launch party on 24 June.

Sounds like: Fleetwood Mac, London Grammar, Bat for Lashes, The National. Chvrches, Women’s Hour, Daughter, MS MR, Broods

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Lucy Rose – Our Eyes

Lucy Rose

Lucy Rose

Acoustic singer Lucy Rose is back with ‘Your Eyes’.

The track showcases a development in Rose’s vocals from previous work. Her voice has matured, being more bold and textural than before. This works perfectly with the introduction of a soaring electronic backdrop.

‘Your Eyes’ has been taken from ‘Work It Out’, which was produced by Rich Cooper (Banks, Mystery Jets, Josef Salvat). It is released on the 6 July through Columbia Records.

Tour dates below:

31st May – Wychwood Festival, Cheltenham
13th June – Bushstock, London
20th June – 110 Above Festival, Leicestershire
21st June – Smoked and Uncut Festival, Swanage
10th July – T In The Park, Perthshire
18th July – Truck Festival, Steventon
24th July – Somersault Festival, Devon
1st August – Kendal Calling, Penrith
29th August – Reading Festival
30th August – Leeds Festival

Sounds like: Rae Morris, Bombay Bicycle Club, EVVY, Noosa, Monogem, Banks, Mystery Jets, Josef Salvat, Daughter

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