White Room have released the final single before the release of their EP, “Eight” this week. ‘Twisted Celebration’ is many things, but one of them is certainly a nod to George Martin’s style of structure from a track that may have well been conceived in jam session by The Beatles some time ago.
London-based producer Kelly Lee Owens released her self-titled debut earlier this year to much hype that followed.
Following iits success, a new deluxe version is due out today and includes the track, ‘Spaces’, an ambient electronic track that is much like the rest of the album, weaving in and out of the Mount Kimbie style with a more subtle texture.
‘Trade Burgers 4 Love’ is a taster of what Elliot can offer. as the lo-fi experimental pop song layers delve into John Maus epicness. This, coupled with the song’s meaning, where Elliot condemns “‘greasy burgers’ as a subject of an unhealthy way of perceiving yourself, which then leads to a weird limbo of apathy.”
Formed by multi-instrumentalists Ross and James Fernandez, EASTERN BARBERS bring in the chilled vibes this Friday. The South London duo get us lost in a haze of soul and multiple samples. ‘Blue Flakes’ is the kind of gem we need right now.
CHILDCARE may be “giving you up”, but we certainly won’t give you up guys. The bass line in ‘Put Down Your Pen’ brings us through a sleepy and calm period of emotion before exploding into a wave of noise that resembles At The Drive In.
All the Luck in the World are Irish trio – Neil Foot, Ben Connolly and Kelvin Barr. The lads are originally from Wicklow but are currently based in Berlin. They had a breakthrough with a previous release gaining attention from Hotel comparison giant Trivago. Now though, they return with the strong and deep, ‘Landmarks’, which is taken from the forthcoming second album, ‘A Blind Arcade’.