You may remember Technology + Teamwork from a while ago. It was Sarah Jones and Anthony Silvester’s collab project – they released two singles before the thing ground to an abrupt halt. Not so much failure to launch as Jones immediately being swamped by touring drummer duties for the likes of Hot Chip and NZCA …

Brussels man Rodolphe Coster has been on the go for a while; first as part of Flexa Lyndo, then as a multidisciplinary artist. Music remains his first love, however – as someone who’s supported everyone from Liars to Italia 90 and Thee Oh Sees/OCS/Oh Sees etc. He’s in it for the long haul. Speaking of …

We’ve been looking forward to this one for a hot minute. Reintroducing Matan KG – last year he released the Mania Days EP as Paper Idol, and threw out a couple of loosies at the start of 2022, but if you haven’t been keeping up, he’s spent the rest of the year in album mode. …

Meet JORDI UP LATE. All caps. She’s been carving out a nice electronic/R&B niche for herself, and is gearing up for an extremely busy 2023 that makes this year look like a warm-up in comparison. Since making her debut in 2020, she’s released a steady stream of singles, but nothing longer form. That’s about to …

We had to do our bit to make sure this didn’t get lost in the New Music Friday shuffle – it’s the new album from Kentucky’s Jacob Weaver, AKA Wesley. Trailed by the title track, ‘Twins in the Wind’ and ‘Not Sure That Was Me’, Glows in the Dark is out today via Earth Libraries …

Isis Salam is going places. She’s been plenty, too – born in Nigeria, she was raised in Toronto, had stints in school on both sides of the Atlantic (New York and London), and is now based in Berlin. She’s got previous in THUNDERHEIST, and has been quiet for a little bit since late 2019’s Last …

Don’t look so blue, Joshua Lewis – you’ve got a new album out tomorrow! The Idaho native has been building up to the release of his second record Friction for a little bit, but it’s almost here, and we’ve got one final single to share with you ahead of its arrival tomorrow. We premiered lead …

He probably had to sit on that car for a bit to get the right shot (see above), but the LA-based Matthew Lurie has been sitting on his second album as Matthew & the Mainstream for far longer. For context: the initial seeds that bloomed into the 10-track record were planted back in 2017 at …

As unfortunate as it is to launch your musical career during an unfolding pandemic, Laura Jinn seems to be making it work. From New Orleans, she released her debut EP called Sick! in 2020, and she’s following that up soon. Well, sort of. Diary 1: Hello World isn’t an EP, at least not yet. It’s …

Virginia Quaranti’s second album as Bebawinigi is a wild ride, firmly rooted in the worlds of the experimental and avant-garde, yet simultaneously welcoming and compelling. Melding classical composition with metallic intensity and even finding time for a detour into repurposed film soundtracks, it doesn’t defy description so much as offer enough twists and turns that …