Monday, 31 March 2014


Simplicity is the key here on the first track from Lena Simon's debut EP under her solo moniker Kairos.


Ultra beguiling and triumphantly odd pop music from Swedish solo artist Nottee.


North Carolina's Wool have come good on their new single, timeless and beautifully warped wooze-pop.

Friday, 28 March 2014

Benjamin Schoos with Laetitia Sadier

Kicking off friday with this brilliant piece of French language indie-pop swirling around my head.

Thursday, 27 March 2014


The new single from the wonderful Motorama.

Jensen Sportag

Irrepressible retro-futurist funk from the re-emerging Jensen Sportag.


Expert haze merchants Iberia have released their Debut LP this week. Here is a taster.

Wednesday, 26 March 2014

Yumi Zouma & Air France

The much missed Gothenburg duo Air France have been covered by Kiwis of the moment Yumi Zouma to sensational effect. Credit to the peerless Line of Best Fit for making this happen.


I think i might move to Rennes, just for a bit, if only to take in performances by Fragments and city brethren Mermonte. Here is a new one from the former.


Channelling the tranquility of their surroundings, Lake District duo Aquillo have performed an act of sonic alchemy on this taken from their debut EP.

Tuesday, 25 March 2014


Remarkably beautiful work from Melbourne/London based producer Josiah Willows aka Jasia.

Alice Boman

Sparse and otherworldly music from Swedish solo artist Alice Boman. Such fragility has rarely packed such an emotional punch.

My Heart the Brave

Caspar Hesselager makes urbane electronic pop music under the title My Heart the Brave, this is taken from his recent three track single release.

Monday, 24 March 2014

Twin Graves

Highly palatable electronic post punk from Twin Graves. Taken from their debut EP 'Walk in Circles'.

Craft Spells

Craft Spells have always been one of the standout bands on a generally standout label and this new single heralds a brilliant string laden return.

Friday, 21 March 2014

Ditt Inre & Your Highness

Stockholm's Yourhighness take on remixing duties for Swedish brethren Ditt Inre to glorious spaced out effect with this reworking of a track from their Debut LP.

Sterling Flow

From a choice purveyor of hushed Dream Pop, here comes Sterling Flow's contribution to the new Slumber Party compilation from Space Gang.

Thursday, 20 March 2014

Box of Wolves

There is something delightfully wistful about the new single from Canadian producer Box of Wolves, hazy memories of parties past loom in to view.

Wednesday, 19 March 2014


Some unreformed wobbly legged psych from Indiana band Triptides. This is taken from their upcoming EP on Jaunt Records.

Lyon Apprentice

Gold Coast brothers Lyon Apprentice excel in simplicity on this track taken from their debut EP.

Something Anorak

We are long term supporters of Something Anorak, and this is another reason why. Sweetly off kilter songwriting, charming as ever.

Sleep Party People

A kaleidoscopic psychedelia characterises this first track from follow up to 2012's excellent 'We Were Drifting on a Sad Song'. 'Floating' is out on 2nd June.

Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Hundreds & DNKL

Having produced two fantastic releases in recent months, DNKL turn their attention to remixing tour partners Hundreds. More immaculate and unsettling electronica ensues.

The Love Errors

This little gem of a debut surfaced last week from London collective The Love Errors. Somehow it has taken almost a week to get around to posting it.

Monday, 17 March 2014

Blossomer & Abe

Abe, a rather fine band from Sheffield which we featured a while back and whom kindly furnished us with a Guest Mix have just remixed compadres Blossomer.

Both the mix and the original (which is an astonishing piece of work in it's own right) are featured below.

Emeron & Fox

Irresistibly perky synth-pop from Brooklyn wizards Emeron & Fox.

Wye Oak

A new sound for Baltimore duo Wye Oak...

Home Alone

Two more from the newly released Home Alone LP entitled 'There's a Light Coming Through' and available here Bandcamp or via the ever excellent Beko Disques

Friday, 14 March 2014

Oliver Wilde

Oliver Wilde produces another faultless melange of fuzz and warm pyschedelia on the latest sample from his upcoming second album.

  Play & Be Saved by Oliver Wilde

Thursday, 13 March 2014


Sun dappled lo-fi from Denton outfit Blessin, proving 'Mono' that we posted last month was no fluke. Another short woozy beauty.

Tuesday, 11 March 2014

Young Aundee

Set for a release via Waaga Records on April 1st, the first cut from the new Young Aundee EP bubbles away with barely concealed retro futurist menace. For those of us who hadn't previously come across them it serves as a strange and exciting introduction to the Sacramento band.

Preorder the EP

Monday, 10 March 2014


Manchester's best kept secret has resurfaced after much time away. The music is beautiful as always.

Ice Cream Cathedral

The first single from Ice Cream Cathedral's second LP has landed today and it is huge in both scope and quality.


Crazed pop music from cantankerous London troupe Stats.

The Snow

Members of Beach Fossils, Wild Nothing and Holograms have formed a band together. The results are predictably excellent.

Thursday, 6 March 2014

Everything By Electricity

More warped & soaring electronica from Londoners Everything By Electricity.


Eoin French hails from Cork and goes by the name Talos. Amazingly for something sounding so accomplished this is his debut release.

Wednesday, 5 March 2014

Sterling Flow

Stunning work from Pennsylvania teen Garrett Ellison aka Sterling Flow.

Charlie Dancer

A track just worth marvelling at. The work of 18 year old Newcastle producer Charlie Dancer, it is all over the shop in the best possible sense.

Tuesday, 4 March 2014

The Harrow

New York's The Harrow pay homage at the alter of countless 80's bands but this reverance thankfully pays off with a well executed update of a much imitated sound.


New Waaga signees Deadphones take a tribally percussive night time jaunt on this peculiar first slice of their upcoming album.

Los Arboles

Raw but exceptionally lovely instrumetal work from young argentine producer Lucas Conti.

Monday, 3 March 2014


A mood music tour de force from Modular signed Sydney trio Movement.

Home Alone

Jangly slow-core majesty from Toronto solo artist Home Alone. There's a new album due on 15th March.

Dream Curtain

Dream Curtain's debut LP is released today. The full thing can be heard and bought on his Bandcamp but here is another appetite whetter.