Annabel Dream Reader
No Bells On Sunday EP
Worship The Sun
"So after 10 years of Get Cape... it was inevitable to wake up with a cold right? Partly due to last minute panic, and mostly due to the notting hill carnival rain, thankfully it's shifting pretty quickly. Berocca, sleep and fruit, who would've thought." [read more]
We're going to be sharing a 'label a day' with you in the lead up to the forthcoming Label Mates II six-day festival at the Shacklewell Arms. Taking a step behind the brilliant bands to the people that help them function. [read more]
"As the oldest record store in San Francisco (est. 1970), Aquarius has cultivated a respect and well-deserved legacy as one of the most pioneering shops of its kind." [read more]
If you followed our J-pop week recently, chances are you'll love this new effort from Sapporo producer Parkgolf. [read more]
We strong recommend listening to the Ghostly 15 playlist, curated by Michael Cina: "What you are hearing some songs that have spoken to me over the years in a distinct way." [read more]
When we speak South London rapper G FrSH is deciding how many songs are going to make the final cut for his Alfie EP and it's a difficult decision for him, with over 40 tracks to choose from he’s hoping this release will help him stand out. [read more]
Nathan Barnes spent some time with the excellent Ólafur Arnalds at his recent Roundhouse show, and you can check out the photo evidence right here. [read more]
Why does she call herself Rick Ross? Well, she answers that and many other questions about her band Herbert Powell, her walks round art galleries and her dad's shit electric guitar. [read more]
"It's the sort of jolly rubbish that comes ready packaged for the ADHD Twitter brigade, a meme-able #LOL fest that people can gently snark along to in real time." Derek Robertson discusses Sharknado.
He pours one out for his native Toronto.
'Grace' features dreamy guitars that float effortlessly over a hypnotic shuffle.
Sweden's latest export leans towards the dreamlike side of the pop realm.
The track is the lead single from her new album Taiga.
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