This week I’ve been listening to the dreamy psych-pop of masked duo, Jadu Heart, from their latest EP The Gloom That Looms.
Providing a glossy soundtrack to draw out summer just that little bit longer, FOXE’s Honeytop is a force of jangly indie meets Balearic pop.
Dynamic vocals combine with fizzing synth, in this trip-hop inspired track from the Leeds trio Peakes.
From London’s premier percussionist Moses Boyd comes Frontline. High energy, frenetic and steeped with Afro-Caribbean jazz influence.
West London based Westerman combines peppy guitar and singer songwriting with a surreal and electronic twist. I’ve been listening to his latest track Easy Money.
Alt-rock can sometimes feel a little stagnant or cliched amongst up and coming bands. Hypophora’s brand of melodic post-hardcore is anything but, with Spires providing an exciting glimpse of the album to come.
Nigel Duke is a sub-three minute progressive blast of tight rhythms and rich brass from Ghost-Note as they carve out the future of funk.