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Having worked numerous chart-topping and award-winning artists, Bleached is also renowned for leading campaigns for artists and events from the earliest stages.
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25-year old London artist/producer Bearcubs has announced the release of his new EP; ‘Underwaterfall’, out 10th March via All Points.
The title track is premiering now over on The FADER, who say it “is a precise exercise in tension and release: one moment, it’s sparse melody, the next it’s an immersive swarm of synths and layered vocals.”
Check it out here.
Shy Girls has shared the final taster from his debut album release, ahead of its forthcoming release (out 20th Jan on Hit City USA). ‘Say You Will’ was one of the first songs Shy Girls (real name Dan Vidmar) wrote for the album, and follows previously released tracks ‘Trivial Motion’ and ‘Why I Love’.
Listen to it now on The Line of Best Fit, who have said ““Say You Will” is - undeniably - meticulously crafted and brimming with varied sonic texture”
Ahead of the release of his debut album ‘Yesterday’s Gone’ (out 2oth Jan on AMF Records), South Londoner Loyle Carner paid Maida Vale Studios a visit to perform in session for Mistajam on Radio 1.
Along with a rewrite/cover of A Tribe Called Quest’s ‘Check the Rhime’ that “would have made Phife proud”, Carner and Rebel Kleff performed ‘Ain’t Nothing Changed’ plus latest single ‘The Isle Of Arran’ accompanied by a gospel choir - listen back here.
Five years in the making, Hampshire trio Blaenavon have today announced their eagerly awaited debut album ‘That’s Your Lot’ will be released on 7th April via Transgressive Records.
The news comes in tandem with a brand new track/video - watch the boys tearing up NYC in the official clip which premiered on Stereogum, here.
Blaenavon will embark on a headline UK tour from March, which sees them play London’s Heaven on 7th April.
Nick Murphy (fka Chet Faker) took some time out to talk to NME recently, about his name change and how the new album is progressing. Take a look at the insightful interview here.
Listen to recent single ‘Stop Me (Stop You)’ over on Pitchfork.
Taiwanese artist extraordinaire and Grimes favourite Aristophanes has today shared a brand new video for her single ‘3001: A Space Disco’, which was produced by Will Butler of Arcade Fire.
The video comes in tandem with the news that she’ll be heading to the UK & Europe for some dates this November - catch her headlining Birthdays in London on 17th.
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