Typhoon Roulette is an exciting new project consisting of musicians Johnny High and Jack House. By blending elements of indie-rock with pop and hip hop, these two artists are creating interesting sounds that are vivid, playful, and energetic in character.
As its title implies, new single ‘fed up’ sums up the feelings we experience when our patience has been stretched to its limit. Alongside the impressive production, the track features additional vocals from Alfitude favourite Aaron Taos.
New album ‘the vault (2020-2023)’ is out now, and can be heard here.
One of indie-pop’s finest, Aaron Taos returns today with the massively loveable ‘Ain’t Over You’, and this time he’s enlisted the help of the equally talented Hadji Gaviota. If you’ve started compiling your summer playlists, be sure to bump this song right to the top because I’m quite certain you’ll have it on loop for a good old while.
Taken from Aaron’s forthcoming LP which is dropping this summer.
A deeply moving release from Aaron Taos, this song is part of a special EP which he wrote for his father, who passed away earlier this year.
“This project is meant as a celebration of everything he meant to me as well as the difficult process of losing him. Although this is a release for my father, I hope others will connect with the emotion and experience of these songs.”
Judging from the countless times Aaron Taos has been featured on this site, it’s no surprise to know that he is one of my favourite soloists in recent years.
This retro-inspired piece of indie pop is a wonderfully rousing love song and features the distinctly unique vocal tones of spill tab.
“‘Loneliness’ is a song I wrote when I was going through a rough patch. I was in the midst of a bout of depression brought out by a stagnation of my career and wasn’t really leaving the house. It was winter, which made things worse. What really helped me feel better was remembering that career/ music isn’t everything and appreciating the relationships around me, specifically that of my girlfriend at the time. She was a shining light through my dark time, reminding me that as important as your goals are, connection and love is the foundation of feeling good and whole.” – Aaron Taos