Ella Eyre reminds me of the late, great Amy Winehouse. She has the molasses pitch, the vengeful bluesy heartbreak that’s slyly romantic, the explicit influence of Etta James, even the sharply defined and angled eyebrows.
Dexterous and expressive, Pickpocket's Locket is another glimpse into Carey Mercer's dense and delirious poetical intellect. Grounded by fluent and mellifluous instrumentation, Frog Eye's newest record since 2013's Carey's Cold Spring is fabulation at its finest.
Have you ever watched something terrible happen in front of you but you just couldn't look away; like a train speeding down the rails to a head on collision. CHVRCHES new video is that train. From their upcoming album Every Open Eye, CHVRCHES released a train wreck of video for the album's single "Leave A Trace."
Posted on August 14th, 2015 (1:00 pm) by Nick Manai
The Mynabird's third album was written by Laura Burhenn after coming off of a tour playing as a part of The Postal Service. Lovers Know continues in the synth polish aesthetic of her last album GENERALS, but focuses on interior themes, likely influenced by the tour and a trip to South Africa immediately after.
Telepathe has proven that they can compete with bigger names in 2015’s crowded electropop scene – with a tour that has evolved as much as their sound, the pedal-centric duo can (re)introduce themselves to fans both old and new as a mystical indie force to be reckoned in support of their latest synthpop offering Destroyer.