Archive | July, 2018

Karolina Rose – Going To Berlin

28 Jul

If you loved the indie disco glamour of The Long Blondes’ ‘Couples’ record you are going to LOVE this. It positively drips with electro decadence and really barrels along at some pace. Super soaring vocal and top production too. Hit repeat.

Satin Jackets featuring Niya Wells – Primordial

27 Jul

Who doesn’t love a bit of nu disco right? We’ve featured the smooth stylings of Satin Jackets before and are thrilled to do so again on the slinky ‘Primordial’. Groovy and understated vocal from Niya to boot as well.



Neonheart – Aftermath

27 Jul

At first tender but then packing a punch, Neonheart’s new single ‘Aftermath’ is some quality electronic pop. We’re suckers for a good boy/girl duo and Neonheart are new faves.

Zac Sunset – Streetlights

27 Jul

Following his breakthrough track ‘Rose Gold iPhone’ (one of my most played of the year) Zac returns with the neon tinged indietronica of ‘Streetlights’.┬áThese ‘Streetlights’ have a warm, red glow to them I’m sure and will perfectly soundtrack your 4am walk through a city as you contemplate the night you just had.

Knightstown – Catcher

27 Jul

Twinkling electronica perfect for a steamy summer evening for you right here. Knightstown’s album arrives in a couple of weeks and if it’s all as blissful as the gorgeous ‘Catcher’ we’re in for a treat.

Millie Turner – She Was A Dancer

27 Jul

Millie’s ‘The Shadow’ is one of the best pieces of music of the year and she’s back with a new bop. ‘She Was A Dancer’ has the lyrical eloquence of Lorde with the chart-friendliness of Dua Lipa. This one is set to fly.

Helena Deland – Claudion

25 Jul

Initially minimal and sinister, ‘Claudion’ meanders into dreamy folktronica. Available on the Luminelle label – a surefire mark of quality.