There is a veil of mystique over newcomers The Acid who have just unveiled their four-track, Chris Allen produced, self-titled EP.
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From the Arctic Monkeys comes ‘Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?,’ the latest single to be shared from the Sheffield lad’s impending fifth studio LP, AM.
Friday without a MixTape is like sex without the orgasm.
Now that the dust has settled on another great year of Splendour in the Grass, I’d like share with you the top 10 performances I experienced over the course of the weekend.
From New York City comes ‘Wild Child,’ the seductive electro-crooning single from Chris Kittrell and Zach McMillan, produced under the guise of Baby Alpaca. It’s equal parts romantic, dreamy and addictive.
Cloud Boat is the lush, dreamy electronic offspring of Tom Clarke and Sam Rickett. Ghostly, grief-stricken single ‘Youthern’ sports a similar production style to that of the magnificent James Blake.
Fresh out of New York City comes Baby Alpaca with ‘Sea of Dreams’, the first single to come from their upcoming debut, self-titled EP.
Sounds like: Sigur Rós, James Blake and The National
After months of specualtion, rumours and flat-out bullshit, the wait is finally over. The line up for the 2013 Splendour in the Grass music festival has arrived. This years event sees them moving to their long-awaited new North Byron Parklands site and topping the bill for us will be Tv On The Radio, The National, Empire Of The Sun, James […]
The very dreamy James Blake has offloaded his new introspective, beat-driven single, titled ‘Voyeur.’
CLOUD BOAT (UK), DANVERS (AUS), and AVA LUNA (USA).