Colouring is an acclaimed London-based indie pop quartet, who will be releasing their highly anticipated full-length debut later this year, and the forthcoming album’s latest single “Time” manages to further reputation for crafting soulful and infectious hook-driven pop that’s equally arena and radio friendly — and in a way that will likely remind some listeners of United and Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix-era Phoenix; but while pairing it with lyrics that focus the dizzying frustration of writer’s block with a psychological realism of someone who has suffered through it quite a bit.
Pete Sanderson is a New South Wales, Australia-based multi-instrumentalist, producer and electronic music artist, best known as Obvious Creature, who specializes in an ambient and atmospheric synth-based pop sound, complimented by hazy yet gorgeous memories and mathematically precise, drum programming — and as you’ll hear on “Time,” the first single off It Ain’t Much Better In Here, Kid, Sanderson’s sound manages to nod at Trans Europe Express-era Kraftwerk and Brian Eno.
Performing under the mononym Shanay, Shanay Holmes is a London-based singer/songwriter who has started to receive attention across the British blogosphere as her debut EP Time is slated for an October 1, 2015. EP title track […]
If you frequently follow this blog, you know that I often cover and present a wild variety of music, and that reading this blog can be a dizzying and world spanning experience. But deep in […]
Jungle are breakout stars in their native UK and with the release of “Busy Earnin’” off the collective’s forthcoming self-titled album, they’ve won quite a bit of attention Stateside for a sound that bears a […]