Phé – Incredible

Big hair, big dreams, and a notebook full of unfinished songs. Natasha Phé is a singer-songwriter, hailing form the streets of Vancouver, Canada, on her journey to stake her claim in the world of music and entertainment. Somewhere between R&B and electronic, Phé’s music speaks of the world as...

Spectoral – Sweet Deprivation

Spectoral is the artist name of Andrew Bitto — an independent, solo singer-songwriter and producer of downtempo beats with reflective and emotional lyrics. His music, while loosely grounded in downbeat electronica, is often soulful, with an alt-pop feel, laden with relatable, lyrical honesty. Bitto is based in Melbourne, Australia....

Thorne – Disorder

Thorne is a 27 year old multi-instrumentalist Alternative R&B artist from Buckinghamshire (UK) exploring his abilities and love for the creative arts. Thorne writes music from experience and from the heart, wearing his soul on the outside. In an attempt to explore the nature of mental health issues and...

Fyfe – In Colour

Fyfe has today unveiled ‘In Colour’, taken from the ‘Stronger’ EP: his first taste of new material since last year’s acclaimed debut album, ‘Control’. Having surpassed 10 million plays on Spotify, sold out a European tour – including the likes of London’s Oslo and Paris’s La Maroquinerie – and...

Tusks – False

New One Little Indian signing Tusks, aka London based artist and producer Emily Underhill, today releases the video for ‘False’, the title track from her forthcoming EP of the same name, out June 10th. The cinematic video, directed by Jamie Muir, matches the grand ambition of the track and...

Bestival Unveils More Acts

As Bestival’s luminous dream world draws ever nearer, we have news of a host of amazing new live acts and DJs who will be dropping future sounds among the cosmic campfires, mindful escapism, intergalactic raves and Mexican wrestling when Bestival heads into The Future this coming 8-11 September at...

Promise Keeper – Porous Silk

Promise Keeper introduces himself with debut double A side single on Fnord, the new label by Swiss entrepreneur Freeman Celine. Across two slinky cuts, the London based musician slings together vintage analogue funk, blue-eyed soul and a neon-lit downtown mystique into a seductive whole. ‘Side/Decide’ bounces on a lilting garage...

Victors – Two Hearts

Leeds indie/pop quartet Victors have announced the release of their new single ‘Two Hearts’ for June 17th. Produced by Andy Hawkins (Maximo Park, Kaiser Chiefs), ‘Two Hearts’ is an immense and infectious festival-ready piece of pre-meditated pop. Speaking of the track, lead vocalist Harry explains: ‘It originates from personal...

Apothek – Reunion

Norwegian duo Apothek return with new single ‘Reunion’ – released this Friday, May 27 via Propeller Recordings. It’s a kaleidoscopic listen, inciting Ames Room imagery and existential reverie. “It’s about trying to get where you have to go and reaching conclusions you are unable to reach,” explains vocalist Morten...

Alice Jemima – Liquorice

Alice Jemima, a new addition to Radio 1 DJ and Bestival co-founder Rob da Bank’s label ‘Sunday Best’, has just revealed her new single video for Liquorice  on The Fader  taken from her debut EP of the same name released on June 17th 2016 via Sunday Best. The video...

The Amazons – Nightdriving

After last night’s debut spin on Radio 1 by Huw Stephens, The Amazons today announce the release of latest single Nightdriving. The track, produced by Catherine Marks (Wolf Alice, Foals), comes ahead of The Great Escape, where the band will take the stage on Thursday 19th May at The Hope...

Shura – What’s It Gonna Be?

Shura has premiered new single ‘What’s It Gonna Be?’, which first aired as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record and arrives ahead of her much-anticipated debut album, ‘Nothing’s Real’ (released July 8th via Polydor). Shura headlines Koko on June 1st – rescheduled from Shepherd’s Bush Empire owing to ongoing construction work at...

Vogue Dots – If You Stay

Vogue Dots came to life when Babette and Tynan joined forces in the experimental-pop-tronica department. The Canadian pair’s musical energy seems unending; as they are not only musicians and singers, but also songwriters and co-producers of their material. Being described as ‘siblings with differences’, their previous EP led the...

SG Lewis – ‘Yours’

SG Lewis has unveiled ‘Yours’, the title track from his forthcoming new EP via PMR/Virgin EMI. ‘Yours’ is the first taste of new music from SG since the breakout success of ‘All Night’ (featuring Dornik), which received across-the-board support from Radio 1, 1Xtra, Beats 1 and Spotify: the EP’s...

Searls – Demons

The ‘Follow’ EP is a collaboration between singer/ songwriter SEARLS and electronic producer LJ LOOPER. It is set for release on June 17th. SEARLS, originally from Ireland, is a musician who takes older influences from the likes of Brian Eno, Kraftwerk and blends contemporary acts such as James Blake,...

Liv Dawson – Tapestry

Everything you need to know about Liv Dawson is in her debut track, ‘Tapestry’: it is intimate, elegant and spellbinding, simple yet evocative, classic feeling but distinctly contemporary. It is highlighted by lyrics and vocals that are wise and confident well beyond her years. As far as introductions go,...

Aquilo – Sorry

Ahead of their forthcoming tour dates in October, Aquilo have shared an acoustic performance of new song ‘Sorry’. The track, which will appear on their debut album due later this year crystallises what makes Aquilo so special: a moving and poignant ballad of lovelorn lyrics, goosebumps-inducing melody and hauntingly spacious...

Anteros – Blue

London-based four-piece Anteros reveal new video for ‘Blue’, the b-side to current single ‘Breakfast’, their first to be released on Kissability (home to Circa Waves, DZ Deathrays) on April 1st. Having set the internet alight with their arresting, vibrant melodies and bold aesthetic, Anteros channel the powerful assertions of the iconic frontwomen who...

Gregg Garvey – Stay Out Late

Gregg Garvey is an artist and songwriter from Minnesota. Influenced by artists such as David Sylvian, Big Star and ‘60s-era Scott Walker, Gregg’s work infuses folk-rock with psychedelia, baroque-pop, and Americana. In 2012 Gregg took the leap west from Minneapolis to Los Angeles. Landing in Echo Park where indie...

Anna of the North – Baby

Epic, swooning and ethereal, Oslo based duo Anna of the North have unveiled their colourful new video for “Baby” – the wistful, synth-driven follow up single to previous releases “The Dreamer” and “Sway“, which were streamed over 21 million times, each track topping the Hype Machine charts. The Peter Pint directed clip features...

Makeness – Acid Dad

Makeness will release his second double-a-sided single, ’14 Drops / Acid Dad’, on May 27th via Handsome Dad Records – ‘Acid Dad’ and an immersive visual to ’14 Drops’ air today. With support across Radio 1, NTS and having already brought his immersive live show to the likes of...

HIGHASAKITE – Golden Ticket

Ahead of releasing sophomore effort ‘Camp Echo’ this weekend, HIGHASAKITE reveal a stunning, and increasingly spangled, new video for latest single ‘Golden Ticket’. Landing somewhere between Goldfinger and Studio 54, the video sees vocalist Ingrid Helene Håvik teaming up once again with Helmet Films & Visual Effects. The video...

LECAUDÉ – Powder Blue

London based electronically fused pop artist Lecaudé (pron. ‘Le-co-day’) is set to reveal his second single of 2016. ‘Powder Blue’ is the brand new offering from the Circles EP (due for release 3.6.16). This follows on from the highly successful release of the eponymous lead single in February, which...

Pure Youth – Other Side

The British music scene gets a fresh boost with the new single from hotly tipped London based Indie Rock quartet Pure Youth. ‘Other Side’ is the first of 4 singles to be released over the coming year and the follow-up to the band’s previous smash hit ‘I’m Not Yours’,...

Richard Ashcroft – Hold On

With the release of his highly anticipated new album These People imminent, Richard Ashcroft played a triumphant comeback show on Friday to an ecstatic, sold-out Albert Hall in Manchester. The set saw him perform tracks from the new album including singles ‘Hold On’ and ‘This Is How It Feels’ alongside classic songs from his solo career...

WHITE – Fight The Feeling

‘Fight The Feeling’ is the follow up to singles ‘ Future Pleasures ‘, ‘ Living Fiction ‘ and ‘ Blush ‘ which saw praise from DIY, NME and Clash as well as radio play from Annie Mac and Zane Lowe. WHITE start their co-headline tour with fellow Glaswegians Baby...

Kiri – Leave

‘Leave’ is the latest track from Kiri, a female producer and artist originally from Hong Kong. She studied in Berklee College of Musicand is now based in Brooklyn, staying in touch with her native roots with continuous trips back home. After the success of her first release ‘Twenty Something’ reaching #2 on...

Alpines – Completely

In an age when we’re seemingly more desensitised to the idea of intimacy, Catherine Pockson’s emotive lyrics convey the complex nature of giving yourself so completely to someone only to feel short changed by them in return. Bob Matthew’s propulsive and nuanced production is full of subtlety, entwining with...

Jake Morley – ‘Watch Yourself’

The London-born singer called Jake Morley, is no stranger to a spotlight of national & international tours, festival performances, glowing press reviews or being supported by the likes of BBC Radio 2 and 6Music. Things were once happening for him with the release of his debut album ‘Many Fish To Fry’. Many...

Cavalry – Lucerne

Emerging indie quintet Cavalry have announced the release of their latest single Lucerne. The Merseyside five-piece’s mesmerising new track, a sumptuous roll of melodies and multi-layered atmospherics blended with breathy vocals and subtle power chords, arrives ahead of what promises to be a busy few months with slots at Liverpool Sound City...

BANFF X Caitlin Park – My Love, My Lover

Brisbane singer-songwriter BANFF (aka Benjamin Forbes) and Sydney subtronica artist Caitlin Park have teamed up to release their debut collaborative single ‘My Love, My Lover’ – released Friday, May 20 via London-based singles club 0E0E.  Incredible lyricism is the craft of both singer-songwriters, who have together shaped a spacious,...

Yumi Zouma – Short Truth

Yumi Zouma have shared another new single from their debut album, Yoncalla (out May 27th on Cascine). This time it’s in the form of ‘Short Truth’ which debuts via FACT and follows a string of stellar focus tracks, “Barricade (Matter Of Fact)” and “Keep It Close To Me”. Both tracks...

Bestival’s Spaceport Lineup Revealed

The legendary Port remains missing, its whereabouts unknown but Bestival’s brand new, revolutionary monolith of sound, The Spaceport, is shaping up to be the greatest dance stage ever! Throbbing to an intergalactic soundscape of epic proportions, our seven storey symbol of the future will transmit Bestival’s unique vision of...

PLGRMS – Fools And Their Gold

Their first musical utterings were afforded a wealth of praise, catching the keen eye of The Line Of Best Fit, Monster Children, Hillydilly and widespread play from Beats 1 and triple j, where the track was promptly added to A-List Rotation. PLGRMS return with the latest musical bullion, new...

James Blake – I Need A Forest Fire (ft. Bon Iver)

James Blake has debuted the music video for ‘I Need A Forest Fire’ today, taken from his critically acclaimed third full-length offering, The Colour In Anything —out now. The video was directed by United Visual Artists: Matt Clark in collaboration with Chris Davenport. It evokes the standout track’s stunning soul and spirit...

Eddie Prové – Love For A Day

Eddie Prové is a name everyone will soon be hearing about as the twenty-three year old singer-songwriter’s outstanding talent has begun receiving recognition. After being compared to huge artists including Years & Years as well as Lorde-it’s no surprise that Eddie Prové was chosen (after releasing just one song) to play a BBC Introducing gig. Eddie is also set...

Bestival Announces Celebration at Goldsmiths

On 17th June, Bestival, the UK’s official Best Major Festival, will team up with Goldsmiths, University of London to host a unique public celebration of music, arts and culture. Bestival at Goldsmiths will bring the excitement of one of the world’s best festivals to the university’s New Cross campus –...

Barns Courtney – Hands

Voice and guitar man Barns Courtney is pleased to announce his debut EP, ‘Hands’, a four-track collection that will be released 27th May on Virgin EMI. Along with the announcement comes the first single and EP title track ‘Hands’, following its premier by Huw Stephens’ on BBC Radio 1. The EP is available for pre-order now on iTunes which gives...

Girli – Girls Get Angry Too

The fiercest new talent to emerge from the UK this year, London’s newest rising star-cum-hell raiser, GIRLI releases the video for her brand new track ‘Girls Get Angry Too’, available to buy now and impacting on PMR Records this 27th May. Premiering on FACT, the psychotic, ‘in your face’ video...