The title-track from Fontaines D.C. forthcoming third album, ‘Skinty Fia’ rumbles with a hard-edge buzzsaw feel as the group expand their sound texturally and sonically.
The melting pot of indie-pop flourishes housed within Skinner’s new single ‘The Slump’ meld into jolting offering with a define shape and feel.
‘Hit Me Where It Hurts’ is a darkly lit alt-pop offering from Fya Fox driven from an emotionally taut vocal performance, stylistically strong production and dynamically charged beat.
Rhythmically rich, the contrasting melodies, beats and words of ‘Calm Down’ find Zaska and Jess Kav drawing upon the meaning within the music and lyrics in equal measure.
Shanny makes a stylistic debut with the slick R&B of ’Spring Clean Today’ a track awash with vivid beats and soulful harmonies.
Set to a growl and explosion, ‘IDNA’ makes for a bone-rattling, fuzz-filled offering from Dublin trio Forty Foot.
A wonderfully crafted piece of baroque-pop from Gemma Cox, ‘My Favorite Sky’ weaves and wanders around captivating performance and widescreen production.
Awash with atmospheric pop elements, the whispered milieu of ‘Tell Your Mothers’ creates an impactful wall of harmony that runs right through.
Marking something of a sonic sea change for Stomptown Brass, ‘Let Me Stay’ finds the group coming out of their two year hiatus with a track that introduces inflections of electronic music into the bustling brass characteristics of their sound.
Arlene delivers an ambitious swing for the fences pop banger in shape of the pulsating push and pull of ’Somebody Else’.