Author Archives: Bastien Rayno

  1. Single Serving: The Kite String Tangle – Arcadia

    Australian producer/songwriter/vocalist Danny Harley, aka The Kite Sting Tangle, returns with the down tempo electronic single “Arcadia” – the first installment of his forthcoming highly anticipated debut Vessel EP. The song reflects upon those unobtainable ideals that we all create in certain situations. In this case it focuses on a post-relationship situation where you want to Continue…

    Listen to the lovely first single "Arcadia" from Australia's The Kite String Tangle's debut EP.

  2. Single Serving: Karl X Johan – A Better Tomorrow

    Swedish boy-boy duo Karl X Johan return with the slow burning new track “A Better Tomorrow” out June 24th via Emotion. With their last effort “Never Leave Me” released almost a year ago to the day, we’re still waiting for their that much anticipated debut album. Take a listen below.

  3. Single Serving: The Night VI – Wonderlust

    Following their recent cover of Frank Ocean (plus their previous offering “Sienna” two months ago), the up-and-coming six-piece The Night VI are ready to share a little more of themselves with their most radio-ready single yet “Wonderlust.” “Wonderlust is about waiting for true love & a tale of a perfect encounter” explains lead-vocalist Sophie-Rose Harper. She further Continue…

  4. Single Serving: Adult Jazz – Spook

    Here’s the immersive, almost 10-minutes long, new song from Leeds-based indie-rock experimentalists Adult Jazz. “Spook” is the lead track from the band’s forthcoming debut Gist Is which is out on August 4th via the band’s own label Spare Thought. For fans of Dirty Projector or Animal Collective. Listen to the gorgeous piece of work below.

  5. Single Serving: Paperwhite – Magic

    Here is some “Magic” for you: the blissfully colored and radiant sophomore track from Brooklyn-based duo Katie and Ben Marshall, aka Paperwhite. Katie explains that this follow-up to their previous debut offering “Got me Goin” came about with no hesitation. She adds, “Whether that feeling comes from yourself, your surroundings or the on you love, what Continue…

  6. Single Serving: Fyfe – For You

    The promising young UK-based artist and musician Paul Dixon aka Fyfe returns with “For You” another sensational production, the follow-up to the brilliant “Conversations” and “Lies Pt. II”. The captivating track features piano melodies and minimalistics guitar progression dipped in pop with an impressive saxophone solo on the end which concludes this jam to perfection. Continue…

  7. Single Serving: Wilsen – Go Try

    Following last year’s mini-album Sirens, Brooklin-via-London trio Wilsen unveil their truly new beautiful single “Go Try.” It’s a powerful, nuanced and mature song, taken from the band’s forthcoming self-released 4-tracks Magnolia EP out May 19. The 24-years-old voice of Tamsin Wilson is emotionally poignant and breathtaking, reminding us of Daughter. Take a listen below and don’t hesitate to keep the Continue…

  8. Lowly – Daydreamers

    Lowly is a five-piece Danish noise-pop band consisting of Nanna Schannong, Kasber Staub, Sofie Viemose, Thomas Lund and Steffen Lundtoft. Before they joined forces, each of the members had their individual projects, released music themselves, and had respective success within a genre of their own. The clash of these different musical styles converges on “Daydreamers” Continue…

  9. Single Serving: Cancer – Same Color As Digital Photography

    Danish boy-boy duo Cancer is the new project from When Saints Go Machine lead singer and producer Nikolaj Manuel Vonsild and Chorus Grant lead singer and guitarist Kristian Finne Kristensen. The two songwriters and friends have for more than one year been working on creating a new and unique musical universe. Listen to their delicate debut offering “Same Color As Continue…

  10. Single Serving: Brett – Chalon

    Blurring the line between pop aesthetics and studio science, Washington D.C.’s five-piece Brett trades in golden melodies and knock-out songcraft. The band’s self-titled debut LP launches next month and consists of dynamic, honest and mature tracks, where lovers of ageless pop will find much to appreciate in both the familiar constructs of its sound and Continue…

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