Italian four-piece, Black Flowers Cafe have a distinct European feel to their music.
They clearly like to experiment, pushing their music into sonic landscapes, with melodic synths and broad guitar riffs.
Listen to ‘Caribe’ below.
Having already gained support from Simon Raymonde (Cocteau Twins, Bella Union), expect this band to be one of Italy’s biggest musical exports.
Sounds like: SAMA, Lilies on Mars, Cocteau Twins, Foals, Hider
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If Daft Punk had a late night jamming session with Tame Impala, the result would likely be ‘To Feel Alive’ by California musician, Earth To Spaceman (aka former Self Against City, Brooke White member, Jack Matranga).
The track is inspired “by the will of a person to neglect the lure of indulgence, ignore the noise around us, face our deepest fears, and truly find what it is that makes us experience life to it’s fullest.” Nicely put!
Sounds like: Daft Punk, Tame Impala, SAMA
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So this week has been a tough one, for reasons no one needs to explain, so here is a bit of light relief before you head into your weekend.
It’s ‘What Love Is All About’ by Italian electro pop trio, SAMA.
The guys have worked with some pretty cool kids out there; this track was mixed by Galatis in London, and their previus single, ‘A Love Like Kerosene’ was mastered by Stuart Hawkes (Disclosure, Rudimental, Alex Clare, Lorde) in their self-built studio.
London (UK) Dates
17th November @ 93 Feet East w/ Sun Arcana, Silver & Grace, and Rale (Tickets)
18th November Q&A and Live Radio Stream 3pm @ Lights of Soho (Free Entry)
19th November @ Roadtrip Bar w/ Mutiny In Heaven, Dirty Palace, and Joey Collins (Tickets)
Sounds like: Years & Years, Penguin Prison, Chainsmokers, Sam Feldt
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