Since hitting the airwaves in 1994 with their debut album Dummy, for which they won the coveted Mercury Prize in 1995, to this day we continue to love English band Portishead. Having long established their downtempo, electronic legacy in this release, third single Glory Box is this week’s Throwback.
Written By Guest Blogger Olivia Coleman Brother and sister dance hall duo, Wild Belle, released a surprising video for their unrequited love song, Keep You, last week. Through a playfully literal lens, we watch songstress Natalie prepare breakfast for her philandering ‘little man,’ depicted as a ten year old boy. He storms out of the […]
Written by Guest Blogger Margherita Visentini No-frills, tiny silhouette, with mannish short hair and a black little dress coming out from the dark. She’s Mesparrow, born Marion Gaume, tagged as unique singer but already compared to Bjork, PJ Harvey and the Cocorosie.
As a teenager in Hawaii, Kim Ann Foxman discovered her love for the nightlife by working in the clubs, where she reveled in early dancehall and electro, R&B and hip hop. Upon moving to New York, she brought her spirit and intrigue to downtown DJ gigs
FOALS’ highly anticipated third album Holy Fire isn’t set to hit shelves until February 2013, but recently released single “Inhaler” has set a new and distinguishing tonal shift for the Oxford band. “Inhaler” displays parallels to Rage Against The Machine meets Prince, while maintaining true to their post-punk, dance-y and calculated beats.
Written by Guest Blogger Marta Baniukiewcz Some brands collaborate with big designers, ASOS turns to the new, hype females of the Millenials. Azealia Amanda Banks, the Harlem raised rapper, is the latest artist to join the collaborative project #BestNightEver by ASOS.
BUY ALBUM HERE Crystal Castles are back with their third full length album, (III), produced entirely by Ethan Kath, who creates a sound experience much different from the previous two albums (I) and (II) by trading in the keyboards and pedals used in (I) and (II).