Previously releasing an excellent True EP from an experimental pop label Cascine, Swedish producer Picture has unveiled a new track, “Uncover”. It is a cover by Zara Larsson’s beautiful ballad. Check out below.
Kyoto producer Soleil Soleil knows how to make a chill out music with a right groove. His new single, “Stay The Night” embraces House music’s cool, Balearic vibe while the repetitive voice sample evokes deeper emotions throughout. Listen below.
Brooklyn’s five guys, led by Gabriel Birbaum, Wilder Maker is releasing their new EP, Everyday Crimes Agains Objects of Desire, Vol1 on November 18 (you can preorder here). “Hot Spring” is a nice mid-tempo falk-rock, with a touch of experimental kick, along with beautiful melodies and harmonies. For fans of Sharon Van Etten, Phosphorescent and Fleetwood Mac, this is a must listen.
London based producer Alexander Kotz makes songs under his moniker, Elderbrook. From Black Butter (a home to Lulu James), he is releasing his new EP Simmer Down, and you can now stream the new track, “Could”. His fragile voice, that may remind you of Alt-J, works very well with his minimal electronic approach, crating a soulful, and deep atmosphere.
Jibóia is a project by Oscar Silva, an artist based in Lisbon, Portugal. Featuring the singer Sequin, he is releasing his newest EP, Badlav from Lovers & Lollypos. You can now listen to it in its entirety below. It is very fine, and uplifting eastern infused psychedelic pop, that drives you to dance ecstatically until the body collapses.
A Tokyo producer mus.hiba has a knack for crating a euphoric and bright scenery with almost shoe-gazey synth pop. It is no wonder why America’s electro collective Zoom Lense can’t take their eyes off of him. From his upcoming EP from Bunkai-kei Records, he unveiled a track featuring a singer Abigail Press, “Hitomi”. It’s serene, emotive, and unapologetically romantic. Listen below.
The temperature is going down, leaves are gradually changing their colours to burning yellow and red. The winter is coming. It gets me right in the mood for a cinematic post-rock, and the new band from Manchester, Idea For A Film has a perfect track to capture that sentiment. “Can’t Sit Still”, the four-piece group’s new track is blinds your surroundings with mist, slowly developing its sound using heavily processed instrumentations. and peaks with a beautiful falsetto.