Posts Tagged 'liverpool'

Beacon x Dauwd // Fault Lines

Spectral contemporary R&B from Brooklyn duo Beacon, who are given a rhythmic makeover by Dauwd.

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Beacon x Dauwd // Fault Lines

Spectral contemporary R&B from Brooklyn duo Beacon, who are given a rhythmic makeover by Dauwd.

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Pink Film // Pressure

Five years in the making, Pink Film announce an arrival with the title-defying, blissfully chilled out ‘Pressure’.

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Pink Film // Pressure

Five years in the making, Pink Film announce an arrival with the title-defying, blissfully chilled out ‘Pressure’.

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RongoRongo // Shiver

New Liverpool outfit RongoRongo deliver some unsettling marriages of psych and dream-pop with their first trio of tracks…

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RongoRongo // Shiver

New Liverpool outfit RongoRongo deliver some unsettling marriages of psych and dream-pop with their first trio of tracks…

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Tear Talk // Realise

Nihilistic Liverpool band Tear Talk release ‘Realise’, the first stark, atmospheric track from their new EP…

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Tear Talk // Realise

Nihilistic Liverpool band Tear Talk release ‘Realise’, the first stark, atmospheric track from their new EP…

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GULF // Emitter

GULF’s shimmering psych rock debuted on ‘Emitter’ is an incredibly fully-formed introduction from a band who already seem experts at welding together the experimental with warped melodies.

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GULF // Emitter

GULF’s shimmering psych rock debuted on ‘Emitter’ is an incredibly fully-formed introduction from a band who already seem experts at welding together the experimental with warped melodies.

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By The Sea // I See A Crystal Sky

By The Sea, Wirral’s forefathers of ‘escape pop’ (as they call it themselves), have always been masters at marrying the melancholic with the melodic, but new track ‘I See A Crystal Sky’ is a full-on paean to desolation: it revels

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By The Sea // I See A Crystal Sky

By The Sea, Wirral’s forefathers of ‘escape pop’ (as they call it themselves), have always been masters at marrying the melancholic with the melodic, but new track ‘I See A Crystal Sky’ is a full-on paean to desolation: it revels

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All We Are // Feel Safe

Anyone who was wise enough to get down early on Warpaint’s recent tour will be well aware of All We Are’s indistinct, psych-infused pop music.

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All We Are // Feel Safe

Anyone who was wise enough to get down early on Warpaint’s recent tour will be well aware of All We Are’s indistinct, psych-infused pop music.

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Veyu // Running

There’s something indistinct and transportative about “Running” that reminds us of The War On Drugs at their rambling best, or the foggy soundscapes of fellow Merseysiders By The Sea.

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Veyu // Running

There’s something indistinct and transportative about “Running” that reminds us of The War On Drugs at their rambling best, or the foggy soundscapes of fellow Merseysiders By The Sea.

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Ninetails // Radiant Hex

Ninetails have always been a young band doing incongruously clever things whilst somehow twisting them into accessible shapes, but “Radiant Hex” – the lead track on their new EP Quiet Confidence – marks the transition they’ve made from being a band full of potential to one delivering and even surpassing it.

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Ninetails // Radiant Hex

Ninetails have always been a young band doing incongruously clever things whilst somehow twisting them into accessible shapes, but “Radiant Hex” – the lead track on their new EP Quiet Confidence – marks the transition they’ve made from being a band full of potential to one delivering and even surpassing it.

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