So Youan seems to be causing a bit of a stir in the blogosphere of late, and this new track emerged a few days ago that is so relaxing and calm and sexy. Enjoy.
I don’t really know much about this chap but the song speaks for itself, a beautiful, simple summery track. Released August 6th. Check out here.
Dog Is Dead have announced details of a UK headline tour for the autumn. The run of dates will kick off at Manchester’s Academy 3 on October 23, following with shows in Birmingham, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dublin, Bristol, London, Exeter and Brighton, before finishing up at Leeds Cockpit on November 6. The tour will shortly follow the release of the band’s debut album ‘All Our Favourite Stories’, out October 8. Pre-sale tickets released 1st August- go to their website for more info!
Cheeky rock/ indie/ pop sound from this five-piece Canadian band. Check out here.
Eclectic indie pop. This is the band who, whilst holding down 9 to 5’s (which includes call centres, a phlebotomist, and even producing duties, drummer Charlie Andrew recently produced the new Alt-J record) conceived and curate their own festival: In The Woods. Check out here.
A very 80’s sound but without all the disco/ neon laced beats that we’ve become accustomed to. Check out here.
Formerly known as The Morning Benders, this is fresh synth pop from California. Check out here.
New one from Alicia Keys. I’m on a break this week so there won’t be too much blogging for the next seven days, but Im sure I won’t be able to resist logging on more than I should!
Sexy new music from London producer DECiBEL. Check out here.
Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo better known as the Bloody Beetroots, returns this summer with this pumping new track which embraces the garage-punk sound that the Bloody Beetroots Projects is so famously known for – rock infused exploding beats and vigorously energetic electro house.
Danish shoegaze that feels a bit sixties, it’s nice. Check out here.
This is so over the top, and I should hate it for that reason but Ive found myself loving it instead. ‘Camp and Street’. Check out here.
This track by Moonlight Matters screams 90’s rave, enjoy!
I think this is my favourite band of the week. It’s a mix of Motown, Britpop and just pure noise. It shouldn’t work, but it does. Check out here.
Rock/ pop sound from America. Check out here.
So I’m not usually all that excited with these big bubblegum girlie pop princesses but I seem to be drawn to Jayme Dee for reasons unknown to me… So I’m sharing. Check out here.
Beautiful, warm, stripped back acoustic sound. Check out here.
New pop. Check out here.