New Music

Listen: 1987 - “Bomb”

1987 will also be DJing at our upcoming Tove Styrke show at The Old Blue Last 6 November. It's free, but spaces are limited.

Listen: Shivum Sharma - “All These Years”

London electro-R&B singer-songwriter Shivum Sharma has revealed the title track from his forthcoming All These Years EP, produced by Liam Howe (FKA Twigs, Tom Vek).

Listen: Indiana - “Jack”

Described as a "contemporary ode to Jack The Ripper", Indiana marries crisp beats and spacey synths with noir-pop vox and a dash of violence.

Watch: Sasha Siem - “My Friend”

The trained cellist enlists a tangled knot of baroque-y strings and swooning cinematic harmonies to create a tender, fantastical, but ultimately triumphant track that embiggens the soul no end.

Watch: Shamir - “On The Regular”

It verges upon bubblegum-rap - chances are PC Music are pretty envious of this ditty - and mines a vein of what NPR call "post-closet black overground".

Listen: Hey Elbow - “Martin”

The Swedish three-piece have a background in jazz, and this is swiftly evident in the drum fill intro to the track.

Listen: GULF - “Tell Me Again (Demo)”

The band have also announced their live debut for 20 November. It's at the Old Blue Last in London.

Listen: MOURN - “Silver Gold”

Indebted to Sleater-Kinney, PJ Harvey and Patti Smith, Barcelona's noise-punk teens MOURN sure do make an almight racket. A brilliant racket.

Listen: Great Cynics - “Lost & Found”

"Lost & Found" is taken from the AA-side single from Great Cynics (which is completed by "Wet Feet"), only available from the band on their current tour.

Watch: The Last Skeptik - “Propulsion (feat. FEMME)

UK nu-electro producer The Last Skeptik has unveiled a new music video for recent track "Propulsion", featuring FEMME on vocals.

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