The Scorpions released their recent MTV Unplugged performances on December 2nd on 2CD, DVD & Blu-ray on Sony Music.
“Super Electric Party Machine is a night filled with the newest stars of club-land who look like they’ve rolled straight out of The Blitz. Drag queens, dancers and all-out posers get down to filthy beats courtesy of Larry Tee. With heavy fashionable line ups and hard sweat dance-offs, it’s the only place to be” i-D
I AM A CAMERA are Mancunian Francesca and Northern-Irish Londoner Ian. They have spent the last year putting out highly acclaimed tracks such as “The Legendary Children” and their cover of Pet Shop Boys “Rent”. They've now turned their hand to Tanika's latest track, giving it their signature dark twist.
‘Noir art-deco pop from the hardcore sex store… Great, big, clever, warm, glowing pop songs to hang all your hats on’ Organ Magazine
Anjunabeats have taken up the final residency at Shoreditch Studio, the experiential space that has played host to a series of music events in association with Samsung Galaxy for the past two months
Just a quick one to tell you about the new EP by US fuzz rockers Mod Fiction.
Excellent for fans of Kyuss and Torche.
Djanan’s live CV is equally impressive with appearances already chalked up at Glastonbury, Secret Garden Party, World London Festival in Queen Elizabeth Hall, The Rollright Fayre, and Playgroup as well as numerous live appearances around Europe.
From the age of 4 Steve Blood wanted to be an astronaut but the closest he got was a school trip to Jodrell Bank and playing in the snow in a spacesuit.
A year ago the Sunday Times wrote of Tom Moriarty, “the protest singer has a pulse again.” What is more, it was said about someone whose life had seen him go from factory worker to LSE student to LA rocker to City worker to recording artist and Occupy activist….life’s rich tapestry indeed.
Album: ‘Circles Super Bon Bon Sleepless How Many Cans? True Dreams of Wichita Monster Man Mr. Bitterness Maybe I'll Come Down St. Louise Is Listening I Miss the Girl Unmarked Helicopters The Idiot Kings So Far I Have Not Found the Science’
OUT NOW on Snack Bar / Hornblow Recordings.
‘Do It All Over Again’, a sure-fire club favourite thanks to a bouncing, energetic bassline, was co-written by Elyar Fox and Chris Young (The Wanted, The Saturdays) about a party that never ends. With a persistent acoustic riff, synth beats and a personality-driven, arms-in-the-air middle 8, the track will undoubtedly be one of 2014’s first huge hits.
On December 16th 2013 chart-topping electronic duo Röyksopp present ‘Running To The Sea’ - their first new single since 2011, which is now set for worldwide release following its no.1 chart success in their native Norway.
“Electrifying” – Variance Magazine
“There’s a whole lotta SOUL, attitude and sass in her voice” – The VPME
“Soul-tinged pop of the best order […] incredibly catchy, playful and well conceived” – BlahBlahBlahScience
“Finger snapping at the ready, ladies...” – The Huffington Post
ESKA is the most talked about, revered, internationally known singer you've never heard of. Prepare to be let in on one of music's best kept secrets this November with her 'Gatekeeper' EP, the first ever release of her solo material.
"I busked my way home from Australia… and along the way I wrote an E.P." – Robert Bearsby
Once upon a time in a small village in Switzerland she arrived into this world and has been on the move ever since, growing up in Canada, The States, Belgium and now finds herself in the UK. Now 21 years into her life she can confidently say that life is odd…
“Wonderfully English dream pop” Clash
Blissful...if a reincarnated Sinatra could surf” This Is Fake DIY
“Genre-bending but oh-so-enjoyable” Indie Shuffle
"This is the product of a day in Timber St Studios with Disclosure, Sam Smith, Jimmy Napes and Nile Rodgers. Hope you enjoy!!"
It's taken from their "Let's See It All" album, which was recorded in January 2013. Produced, engineered, mixed and mastered by Matt Elliss at Axis Studios, Doncaster, UK.
After the band’s storming show at Concrete in London in November and basically taking over the internet with their new track Beloved, Say Lou Lou have teamed up with Tiedye to release a fantastic re-work of said track.