Built around woozy synths and shards of icy guitar before singer Josh Kolenik’s distintive, casual vocal enters this perfectly organised party
Not a massive departure from what we’re used to from the band, but melodically this flies straight and true. Bucket loads of guitar delay too
There is a stark, undeniable resemblance to Alt-J in its delivery but this is playful too and sounds like the work of three young men with talent and songcraft beyond their years
Not an unmitigated disaster, but – as any decent dietician would say – relying too heavily on sugar is bad for you. More ‘him’ and a little less ‘she’ would make for a more nutrious musical meal.
Love in Arms clearly embodies Gabriel Bruce’s eclectic personality: cheesy disco and Chris Isaak’s saccharine macho-rock. And the most aggravating thing is, that he can get away with it
Vocalist and band leader Jesse Rutherford has a comfortable magnetism about him, so riveting that the audience has to peel their eyes away from him to notice the other members
The track is a fizzing, chiming slice of echoey indie, with reverbed vocals and lush, swooping melodies. The video is equally intriguing and follows two ludicrously attractive young lovers as they, ya know, act all in love
We’ve already helped premiere the re-recorded version of ‘The City’, and now comes ‘Haunt // Bed’, a trippy, echoey slice of dream-pop
Katy B dropped by Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show to deliver her brand new single, ‘What Love Is Made Of’, which will feature on her upcoming second album
‘Steam Train Girl’ is modestly sparse in its instrumentation, yet sounds all the better for it, as Teleman further their reinvention of 60′s mentalities with driving guitar, subtle electronic nuances and clean cut harmonised vocals.
Money’s sound lies in the dreamier, more psychedelic end of the pop spectrum, possessing undeniably spiritual qualities through their incorporation of a wide range of influences