The Kerry musician and singer, Ruth, who is now based in Dublin city, featured her recently via the Wastefellow remix of her debut single ‘Who Are You Living For?’. For her second single ‘Queen Of The Con’, Ruth revels in a sweeping electronic pop song that flits from throwing shade to frustration to fierce resolve…. Read more »

Posted on October 21st, 2016



London-based artist and undeniable Kate Bush soundalike Grace Lightman has followed up ‘Faultless’ and ‘White China (Raging Bull)’ with ‘Repair Repair’. The song apparently “started out as a jingle for a fictional weight loss milkshake advert but became a song about people’s fear of change, and the inevitability of becoming robots.” OK. Its mantric synth… Read more »

Posted on October 13th, 2016



Consisting of Irish guy David Behan and Swedish fellah Max Bergstrom, Little White Things are a new band formed in London last year. The pair met at a late-night party at a time when Bergstrom was thinking of packing it all in. They soon bonded over a similar music upbringing despite being from Kalmar and… Read more »

Posted on October 12th, 2016



It takes time to build and Katie Laffan is taking the time she needs. At just twenty years of age, the Dubliner has shone in the spotlight for a few years already but the sense that the musician is still on her way is still there. Last years debut EP showcased a funky indie pop… Read more »

Posted on September 23rd, 2016



Hvmmingbyrd are a very different proposition from the alt-folk pop band they formerly traded as. Now, a duo of Deborah Byrne and Suzette Das, the new lineup found a new sound and energy on alt-pop of ‘Out of My Head’ and a radio rotated big track ‘If Love Was Enough’. Tomorrow marks the release of… Read more »

Posted on September 15th, 2016



Amelia Meath and Nick Sanborn have returned as Sylvan Esso with their first bit of new music since their debut album in 2014. ‘Radio’ is the lead track of the new 12″ release on Lomo Vista along with ‘Kick Jump Twist’, a bouncy synth-pop of a track. It’s released in November physically and digitally tomorrow.

Posted on September 1st, 2016



New North London based artists Tender (James Cullen and Dan Cobb) recently signed to Partisan Records (Eagulls, Dilly Dally, Torres) and dropped a smooth electronic synth-cut called ‘Outside’. Reminiscent of Haelos and Glass Animals’ hypnotic rhythms, ‘Outside’ is a fine opening gambit, smouldering with desire. “I will touch myself, guilty of loving you too much/… Read more »

Posted on August 10th, 2016




The second song from Banks’ forthcoming album The Altar (September 30th), ‘Gemini Feed’ is a cross between ’90s-era R&B (Brandy and Monica’s ‘The Boy Is Mine’ has the same marimba style) and the heady synth style that producer Sohn brings to the table. First single ‘Fuck With Myself’ was a little close to FKA Twigs… Read more »

Posted on August 3rd, 2016