From shimmering electronica, to classic house beats, check out the latest electronic releases from the UK.
Katie Ferrara and her ‘Dream Catcher’ EP becomes a 6-track bliss of folk and pop for the whimsical dreamers.
Los Angeles dream-pop band, Twin Oaks, return with their latest video and track “Eighteen Minutes.”
Montreal collective Saxsyndrum have embraced electronic-pop with an experimental core that will make you fall in love with the Sax like never before with their latest single.
Brooklyn artist Christina Rubino joins forces with Director Frankie Nasso on her music video for “God Speed and Guns” and displays a disturbing possibility within humans.
It’s near the end of the year so let’s begin to let go of everything bad and dive into these electronic tracks that transport you into sheer bliss.
It’s raining. It’s gloomy. Here are some tracks perfect under the grey skies.
Time always constricts people within their choices, I am no different. The thought of fear is “if I do this, I cannot do the other,” or simply “lack” of time. Time will pass regardless because the Earth continues to spin. It either exists so much that you are […]
Known as the bassist in the psychedelic infused band, Chicano Batman, Eduardo Arenas, better refereed to as É. Arenas, takes his voice and artistic ability to a new level with his solo album Nariz.
Musically influenced by the 70s with splashes of the 80s, dripped in a Cher influence, Wales artist Betsy continues to display her undeniable talent and sheer pop-grace throughout the course of this year. Following up “Lost and Found” with her single and video, “Wanted More,” Betsy once again […]