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Brisbane indie four-piece The Plane Sailors have spent the last two years hard at work, trying on new sounds, fleshing out new ideas and bringing new creative vision to life, which culminates in the debut of their new single, Strikeout. Together since 2018, the song serves as both an introduction for some and a reintroduction …

Following the release of her highly praised debut album A Common Turn earlier this year, Dublin-based multi-faceted singer/songwriter Anna B Savage returns with a new EP, These Dreams, set for release on 24 September via City Slang. The first single from the record, Since We Broke Up is now available everywhere to stream, with Savage …

Like numerous other, similarly diverse acts, Lazarus Kane’s emergence through hallowed label Speedy Wunderground – via the vibrant bewilderment of Narcissus, a refreshing exploration into the superficiality of modern life – sent earthquake-like jolts through alternative music. The arrival of the gripping ‘Night Walking’ further illustrated the blurry space the band occupied between sincerity and …

Rapturously defiant alt-dance trio Haiku Hands have shared an IPON remix for their aggressively danceable track, Eat This Bass. About the remix, the group say: “I remember listening to the ‘Eat This Bass’ remix for the first time in a festival transport van on our way to Groovin the Moo in Perth… Mad Decent had …

North Carolina based songwriter/producer Chorusing has shared atmospheric new track, Midday Sun, the second single from his forthcoming debut album, Half Mirror, which will be released on 13 August via Western Vinyl. And in the artist’s opinion the song is a moodily stripped back ode to Nirvana Unplugged, with “stripped-down drums and bass providing a …

There’s something to be said about the mere act of dancing, post-covid. Let’s just start with that. Whether you’re into club culture or not, we’ve all had a burning desire to dance, with other people. That free flow ecstatic waltz into movement, that enables us to feel human again. Enter ISQ. A powerhouse of a …

When Where I Should End found its way to my email, so to speak, I welcomed it with a huge smile. I feel compelled to share my own personal connection, if you will, dear reader, with the talented duo. I first heard Saint Sister live in London, in a small but perfectly intimate setting of …

The witty, genre-defying, Queen of sad girls Faye Webster has delivered her highly anticipated new album I Know I’m Funny Haha for our listening pleasure, via Secretly Canadian. Continuing to break barriers with her engaging songs of love, loneliness and the mundane, Webster’s ability to give profundity to matters of the heart and the everyday …

Relatively speaking, it hasn’t been too long since we last heard from Brighton band ME REX, the solo-project-turned-full-band spearheaded by Myles McCabe and filled out by Kathryn Woods, Phoebe Cross and Rich Mandel – all current or former members of Fresh, Cheerbleederz and Happy Accidents (seriously, those three are in so many bands) – as …

AMSTERDAM-based singer-songwriter Cosmic Crooner is back in his own Willy Wonka-esque dreamworld of sleazy cool with his new single, “Popsicle Place”. Following the release of his debut, Nouvelle Vague-inspired single “Deep Down In Jazz”, Cosmic Crooner hits all the notes when it comes to bringing the quirks and charm of 70s’ psychedelic lounge music. I …