Month: December 2019

Kasbo bounces back from his year hiatus with ‘I Get You’

It’s been a good long while since Kasbo has graced our airwaves. Specifically, it’s been twelve months since the release of his debut album, Places We Don’t Know.  Yet, in a year nothing too much has sonically changed – Kasbo is still making music and collaborating with reasonably underground artists of immense talent. This unmeditated …

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Belau are a slice of sunshine in the cold outside with ‘Essence’

Nestled amidst a sea of green in the heart of Barcelona, Belau’s live performance of ‘Essence’ couldn’t be more suited. Lush scenes meet lush beats as the Budapest-based duo team up with Böbe Szécsi and Benjamin Kiss to create a rendition of their latest single that arguably rivals the official release. The backdrop of the …

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Vaarwell give moody pop a new edge in single, ‘no place for you’

Lisbon-based alternative pop trio, vaarwell, experiment with juxtaposing production and songwriting elements in new single, ‘no place for you’. The trio consists of vocalist Margarida Falcão, producer and guitarist Ricardo Nagy, and bass guitarist Luís Monteiro. Featuring atmospheric samples as well as progressive, upbeat electronic drums, the result is a catchy pop track. The clean-cut …

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Max Cooper debuts exceptional audio visual project ‘Yearning for the Infinite’

London-based electronica and techno producer Max Cooper has finally shared his highly anticipated audio visual project Yearning for the Infinite. A spectacle of modern sonic textures and emotive instrumentation, Yearning for the Infinite is an album which truly embodies the feeling of absoluteness. The expansive LP was born out of a commission from The Barbican, …

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The Japanese House releases new single ‘Something Has To Change’

Active since 2015, Buckinghamshire artist Amber Bain has released a slew of blissed-out electrogaze EP’s alongside an album under The Japanese House pseudonym. Bain’s chosen nom de plume was apparently selected as a reminder of the house in which she holidayed as a child, and which was decorated in a manner evocative of a Japanese …

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