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Midnight Mystery Club – Orange County

Midnight Mystery Club

Midnight Mystery Club is the musical project of David Paul Newell, who continues to hit our indietronica buttons with new single, ‘Orange County’.

It’s a steamy, synth-loaded love song with delicate vocals reminiscent of Peter Gabriel.

Sounds like: Goldroom, RÜFÜS, Fenech-Soler, Empire Of The Sun, Gypsy & The Cat, M83, Peter Gabriel

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Apsley – Fear

Apsley - Fear

We wrote about Idaho-based Apsley (aka Jacob Apsley) earlier this year and we’re excited to share his latest release, ‘Fear’.

The track has more of an demanding tone than Sold, reminding us of an early The 1975 with its muted guitar riffs and echoey, falsetto vocals.

Sounds like: Fenech-Soler, SOHN, Aquilo, The 1975, Friendly Fires, Delphic, The Chain Gang of 1974, The Naked and Famous, H A R T E B E E S T, Tourist, Bastille, Great Good Fine Ok, Hurts, X&Y, Young Empires

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LEFTI – City Heart

LEFTI

LEFTI

Let us reintroduce you to a man who made a name for himself in Cobra Starship. His new project is called LEFTI.

With some decent remixes already under his belt, LEFTI has today released an original track called ‘City Heart’.

Looping disco-led synths and lush vocals are sure to set us up for a night out in the city.

It’s out today via YEBO.

Sounds like: Fenech Soler, Goldroom, Flight Facilities, Bag Raiders

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Lanes – All Things Aren’t Forgiven

Lanes

Lanes

Atlanta-based indie pop band, Lanes, share their glistening track, ‘All Things Aren’t Forgiven’. Think a rawer The 1975.

Bordering into emo territory,  ‘All Things Aren’t Forgiven’ is melancholic in nature, but with an upbeat melody; a song “born from frustration and infatuation”.

Sounds like: The Levity, Great Good Fine Ok, Fenech-Soler, The Neighbourhood

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Aquilo – Almost Over (Silhouettes Trilogy : Part 3)

Aquilo

Aquilo

UK production duo, Aquilo, are back this week with ‘Almost Over’.

The gritty short film – directed by Eoin Glaister and part of Aquilo’s Silhouettes Trilogy – finalises here…or does it?

Watch below.

Aquilo’s highly anticipated album, ‘Silhouettes’, is out today on Island Records.

Sounds like: SOHN, Great Good Fine Ok, Hurts, X&Y, Young Empires, Fenech Soler

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Apsley – Sold

Apsley - Sold

Apsley – Sold

Idaho-based Apsley (aka Jacob Apsley) releases his debut track, ‘Sold’, and it’s a stunner.

Originally a drummer (he started at the tender age of six), Jacob later picked up the piano, guitar and singing skills that we today witness on ‘Sold’.

‘Sold’ is about seeing life as it really is, and not being shackled to the conforms of society. With that in mind, we recommend you whack this song on your headphones and go for a walk outside.

Sounds like: Fenech-Soler, SOHN, Aquilo, Friendly Fires, Delphic, The Chain Gang of 1974, The Naked and Famous, H A R T E B E E S T, Tourist, Bastille, Great Good Fine Ok, Hurts, X&Y, Young Empires

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Aquilo – Silhouette (Silhouettes Trilogy : Part 2)

Aquilo

Aquilo

UK production duo, Aquilo, share the video for ‘Silhouette’, the lead single from their upcoming debut album, released on 27 January via Island Records.

The video, directed by Eoin Glaister, forms part of Aquilo’s ‘Silhouettes’ video trilogy.

The short film focuses on Perry Benson (This Is England, Sid & Nancy) and continues from Part 1.

Sounds like: SOHN, Great Good Fine Ok, Hurts, X&Y, Young Empires, Fenech Soler

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Aquilo – You Won’t Know Where You Stand (Silhouettes Trilogy : Part I)

Aquilo

Aquilo

UK production duo, Aquilo, kick off 2017 with a video for their new single ‘You Won’t Know Where You Stand’.

The video, directed by Eoin Glaister, forms part of Aquilo’s ‘Silhouettes’ video trilogy, taken from their debut album of the same name released on 27 January via Island Records.

You may recognise some of the actors in the video – it stars Perry Benson (This Is England, Sid & Nancy), Ruairi O’Connor (What Richard Did, Handsome Devil) and Emily Reid, and follows the inter-connected lives of three characters (an olympic skater, her dad and a young football coach), coming together to a poignant narrative whole.

Sounds like: SOHN, Great Good Fine Ok, Hurts, X&Y, Young Empires, Fenech Soler

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N-A-I-V-E-S – Crystal Clear

N-A-I-V-E-S

N-A-I-V-E-S

Meet N-A-I-V-E-S, a London-based pop duo with an extravagant edge, as colourfully showcased in their flamboyant video for ‘Crystal Clear’.

A memorable, driving beat leads ‘Crystal Clear’, but it’s not without bassy twangs for fans of Tame Impala and spirited harmonies, reminiscent of some of our favourite Friendly Fires‘ tracks.

We’re excited to listen to their debut, self-titled album, which is out on 27 January.

Sounds like: Fenech Soler, Two Door Cinema Club, Friendly Fires, Metronomy,

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Retro Culture – Calling

Retro Culture

Retro Culture

Retro Culture is the sweet electronic project of Melbourne based multi-instrumentalist and producer Matt Connelly.

His new single, ‘Calling’, co-produced with Jean Paul Fung (Client Liaison, Bird of Tokyo, Art vs. Science), invites all indietronica lovers to sing its immense chorus at the top of their lungs.

UK dates to be announced shortly.

Sounds like: Draper, KYKO, Fenech-Soler, Hotel Garuda, The 1975, Goldroom, Le Youth

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