CMAT builds towards the release of her debut album If My Wife Knew I’d Be Dead, with the unflinchingly reflective lyrical anxiety of ‘Every Bottle (Is My Boyfriend)’.
Taken from Just Mustard’s newly announced album Heart Under, ‘Still’ shudders with a restless tension that resides deep within Just Mustards’ sound.
Expansive-pop artist Aonair makes his return with the widescreen scope of ‘Millennial Bug’ a song that leaves a trail od vivid sounds and array of sonic colors.
Continuing on from a string of stellar single releases, Bobbi Arlo’s ‘Parasite’ once again sets the artist apart with a sound that melds mood and melody beneath a slick pop sheen.
April’s latest offering ‘Hotel’ winds itself around tender songwriting with layers of shimmering pop beats that rise and fall with the track’s own lyrical depths.
The spellbinding air of Clara Tracey’s ‘Harry Clarke’ plays out like a story being told in atmospheres and soundscapes that are distant and abstract.
Set to slow-burn then glistening overtones, St. Bishop’s lush offering ‘Friends’ dynamic pushes and pulls focus in a fully impactful way.
The angular post-punk that rumbles at the core of Scattered Ashes’ ‘This New Will’ growls within a darkened textural milieu.
There’s an intensity to the strong synth-pop flourishes of Shobsy’s swing for the fences new single ‘Vanity’ that resides in every propellant note and soaring melody.
A softly set offering from Dea Matrona, the folk flourishes that finds their way into the duo’s new single ‘Glory, Glory (I Am Free)’ showcase another side to the group.
A melting pot of sound and rhythm, Robocobra Quartet’s rolling and tumbling new single ‘Heaven’ is born from motion, musicality and meaning.
The opener on Deaf Joe’s forthcoming Kalachunci (TLMT review), ‘Shadow Work’ melds the textural with the rhythmic in a song that captures the shifting haze of its parent album.
Aimée returns with the maximal pop of ‘Nobody Else’. Aa swing for the fences, all-in track, the single has hooks to spare as Aimée gives a powerful performance.