We’re very excited to welcome GRIP TIGHT (aka London-via-Berlin producer Benjamin Gregory) to our roster. Making moody but pop tinged soundscapes with antique drum machines and mutilated vocal samples, GRIP TIGHT’s songs can be described as broken electronic ballads. [Click on header to cont.].
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NX Records (in collaboration with Matthew Herbert's Accidental Records) release their 2017 Mixtape today following its exclusive stream on BEAT yesterday. [Click on header to cont.].
Miraculous Mule have previewed more material from their new 3-track single 'Sound of the Summer' (out Friday 16 June via Bronzerat/Muletone Recordings). The video for the Deep South inspired howling blues track 'Ain't It Hard' is now available via YouTube (as above) following its premiere on Louder Than War.
Wonderland have given Brighton singer, producer and visual artist Anneka their seal of approval in the form of a New Noise piece, describing the artist as “making waves with her unique take on pop”. Read the piece in full now via Wonderland.
Michael J Sheehy, the frontman of London trio Miraculous Mule, chats to Pop Matters and shares a playlist of his favourite albums. Read the piece in full here.
Swedish one-to-watch Rein releases her new ‘Freedoom’ EP today via Playground Music. With an electro sound crossed with some industrial techno, and a big pop-sensibility and club sound, Rein has been compared to the likes of Peaches and M.I.A. [Click on header to cont.].
TeamRock invited London duo Deux Furieuses to compile their list of ’Ten bands reinventing Riot Grrrl’. See the list of playlist here.
Aesthetica magazine's Spring/Summer issue is out now, featuring Brighton-based singer, producer and visual artist Anneka. Pick up a copy from shops, or read online here.
Ex Yr Ods frontman/guitarist Griff Lynch returns with his third solo single ‘No One Cares’ (streaming now on Soundcloud - as above - and Spotify, and released via iTunes on 16 June via I KA CHING). [Click on header to cont.].
i-D have premiered the new hard-hitting video for REIN’s ’Nasty Woman’ alongside a Q&A with the rising Swedish artist. ’Nasty Woman’ is techno track which samples Nina Donovan’s visceral feminist poem of the same name. It is taken from REIN’s second FREEDOOM EP which is released 9 June on Playground Music. Watch the video above or via i-D.