Gary Kazazian – Sticks

A few notches need to be taken down on the lighting when listening to this new one from Los Angeles indie folk artist Gary Kazazian. This is a really deeply beautiful piece from this highly gifted songwriter. The Sound Sniffer is going a couple of years now yet it gave me shivers when a tune... Continue Reading →

Hallelugenia – Voices & Ghosts

Bristol is our next port of call for a pensive piece from experimental electronic act Hallelugenia. This is a more serious, darker composition but it's highly effective in it's construction. The song starts with well pitched groaning opening vocals over some throwback keyboard work. The whole song is then elevated nicely with those clear, almost... Continue Reading →

Khushi – From Me

Now this is a definite radio tune! Khushi isn't quite the household name yet, but with Warner Bros behind him it won't be long before he makes the big step up. This tune is sheer quality from the get-go - this Londoner could just well be the next big one you know. This man has... Continue Reading →

Shells – Heart Beating

Here is a tune which not only sounds well - it has a great back story to it aswell! UK singer/songwriter Shells wrote this brilliant new release in South Africa during the Thanda Songwriting Sessions in association with Star for Life - a Swedish non-profit that encourages children to value education and pick up necessary... Continue Reading →

Lake People – Captured By the Bars

Some nice chilled out Tech vibes from Leipzig's Martin Enke to set the scene this Friday afternoon. I remember stumbling across and absolutely loving his 2015 release 'Escape Velocity' and here we have another nice track yet again. This is some nice progressive minimal detroit house styled stuff - I saw him a few years... Continue Reading →

LEISURE – On my mind

We were lucky enough to cop a few tickets for Auckland's gem of a band LEISURE in Oslo, London on May the 3rd. Their new release 'On my mind' is a feel good anthem if I've ever heard one. Without a release in just over three years, I was beginning to get worried that these... Continue Reading →

Tash Sultana – Can’t Buy Happiness

Taking it all down a notch or three here with a fine new release from Aussie mellow 'one person band' Tash Sultana. Sultana has been a frequent visitor to the Triple J top charts in recent years but this is my first helping of their music. Sultana is no slouch when it comes to being... Continue Reading →

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