Indietronica has recently been following around some of their favourite up-and-coming artists with a camera and mic, asking them questions about themselves, their sounds, and their influences.
Gold & Youth
We met up with Canadians Gold & Youth in a beautiful rainy park in Oxford, ahead of their live performance at Gathering Festival at which they played to a mesmerised crowd enjoying the 80s-tinged synth pop with soaring melodies and ethereal vocals.
Gold & Youth have just released their album ‘Beyond Wilderness’ in the UK and Europe, available for purchase here, or stream here.
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Troumaca chatted to us in a corridor of the unique London venue Elektrowerkz just before their headline show there. They talked about their new single ‘The Grace’, how the video was made, as well as their total love for Prince.
The Birmingham lads release the storming tropical-infused indietronica single ‘The Grace’ on 11th November 2013, which is the title track of their new album, available to purchase here. Troumaca are signed to Gilles Peterson’s Brownswood label.
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South Londoners Mt. Wolf also played Gathering Festival. We caught their epic live performance, which
filled a stunning church with huge, ethereal soundscapes, complimented by luscious vocals from front-woman Kate. The light was pouring through giant stained-glass windows during their early evening set, and we interviewed the foursome in the side passage of the church.
The band have just released single ‘Midnight Shallows’, with an accompanying beautiful science and nature themed video which you can watch on Youtube here, and purchase here.
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