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Sunshine Frisbee Laserbeam at Stereogum

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Sunshine Frisbee Laserbeam single premiere at Stereogum

When you’re listening to this, everything feels massive and urgent but it never takes itself too seriously, thanks to some darkly funny lyrics.
— Stereogum

Tomberlin song premiere at DIY

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Tomberlin song premiere at DIY.

‘I’m Not Scared’ is taken from the Louisville, Kentucky singer-songwriter’s upcoming debut album ‘At Weddings’. A deeply emotive and touching track, Tomberlin’s haunting vocals explore finding strength after pain over a delicate instrumental.
— DIY

Johnny Borrell track premiere at NME

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Johnny Borrell new solo track ‘My World, Your Life’ premiere at NME

Taking in West African, South American, Celtic, Basque and British influences, the sound is what Borrell calls “Atlantic music, influenced by both Atlantic coasts”.
— NME

Hajk new single premiere at DIY

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Hajk new single ‘Untouch’ premiere at DIY

Still imbued with a sense of catchy melancholy, it’s a track that combines languid yet powerful harmonies and piano melodies with a soaring hook and synth lines.
— DIY

Dark Dark Horse at Magnetic Magazine

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Dark Dark Horse new single premiere at Magnetic Magazine

And Then We Had Nothing At All’ is perhaps the most epic and ambitious song we’ve recorded so far. At over seven minutes long it defies the typical conventions of a single but it’s power...
— Magnetic Magazine

Band Of Gold track premiere on The 405

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Band Of Gold ‘I Wanna Dance With You Again’- track premiere on The 405.

Rich bass and drums, silky guitar and dreamy synths courtesy of Hængsle help guide Mortvedt’s coy vocals, with a twang reminiscent of Natalie Prass, from each section.
— The 405

Pale Honey track premiere on DIY

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Pale Honey 'Get These Things Out Of My Head' - track premiere on DIY

‘Get These Things Out Of My Head’, a blast of distorted guitars and creeping, almost doom-laden synths that tells a very personal story for singer and guitarist Tuva.
— DIY

Lød track premiere at NPR

Lød track 'Folder' premiere at NPR

Formed in Copenhagen by classmates, Lød first took its cues from Iceage and the surrounding scene before ditching the noise and locking into a motorik groove.
— NPR

Goodwood Atoms track premiere at Clash

Goodwood Atoms 'Into The Bay' track premiere at Clash

New cut ‘Into The Bay’ airs first on Clash, and it matches a sense of historic weight to a defiantly modern outlook.
— Clash

The Weeks track premiere at Team Rock

The Weeks 'Start It Up' track premiere at Team Rock

The track, taken from their new album Easy, blends riotous Southern-tinged rock with the sorts of hooks which would’ve turned a young Springsteen green with envy.
— Team Rock

Happyness – track premiere at DIY

Happyness – 'Bigger Glass Less Full' - track premiere at DIY

Fast on the way to becoming masters of their style of ’90s-indebted indie rock, Happyness are rolling out hit after hit with precision.
— DIY

Vandana track premiere on Wonderland

Vandana - 'Vicious' track premiere on Wonderland

...her music is a fusion of disquieting electronica with alternative pop: it builds on ancient Indian traditions and fables, resulting in a cathartic, deeply haunting but truly absorbing listen.
— Wonderland

Hiva Oa track premiere on Hot Press

Hiva Oa 'So Many Lies' track premiere on Hot Press

The single is a moody, minimal post-rock track that sees Stephen Houlihan’s vocals soaring high above dizzying electronica, funk-inspired basslines and sparse piercing percussion.
— Hot Press

Loved Ones track premiere at Wonderland

Loved Ones - 'End of an Error' track premiere at Wonderland

he four piece band hailing from the North West of England have created an incredible low-fi indietronica track, with a slightly darker feel than their previous releases.
— Wonderland

Taking Names song premiere at Upset

Taking Names song premiere 'Say Anything' at Upset

The track’s loads of fun, with self-deprecating humour, a 10/10 catchiness rating and a bunch of “woahs” thrown in for good measure...
— Upset