Tags : electro

Album Review: After Hours // The Weeknd

There’s two voices on The Weeknd’s new album After Hours. It only dawns on you halfway through that there’s now a duality and a conflict to Abel Tesfaye. Ever since 2011’s Trilogy mixtape, The Weeknd’s sombre marque of self destruction, casual sex and Class A’s has become a hallmark for the Canadian singer. However, After Hours sees Tesfaye stripping […]Read More

Track Review: Be Someone // Camelphat & Jake Bugg

Grammy-nominated Liverpool DJ duo Camelphat and Nottingham troubadour Jake Bugg have teamed up for an unlikely collaboration on ‘Be Someone’. The track debuted on Radio 1 as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record in the World and has all the makings of a summer festival anthem, though not obnoxiously so. The cut is quintessential Camelphat, minimalist techno […]Read More

10 Artists To Watch In 2016

With the New Year right around the corner, and 2015 having delivered so much great music, we decided to compile our own list of talented artists set to rise in 2016. If you are a Spotify listener, you may also stream the following artists’ songs (plus a few more) by clicking the following link: 10 Artists To Watch […]Read More

Track Review: Washed Out Fantasy // S L O W

Steadily emerging from the Australian electro scene, producer Cal Young and singer-songwriter Calypso Brown have synthesised their musical attributes to form S L O W. Preceded by their debut ‘At Midnight’, which saw promising success in Australia, the new single ‘Washed Out Fantasy’ offers a glossy, experimental sound, punctuated by Brown’s yearning melodies and polished […]Read More

Album Review: Inji // LA Priest

LA Priest– also known as Samuel Eastgate – is one of the newer artists on the electro scene, making his debut album, Inji, a display of the potential within this young musician. Although he started the solo project of LA Priest several years ago, it seems that his audience has only recently started to grow […]Read More

Track Review: I Could Dance With You // Apollo Junction

Apollo Junction are an up and coming electro-indie band with members based in Leeds and London. Formed in 2012, they have built a reputation from gigging relentlessly throughout 2013 and 2014. Furthermore, they have received radio airplay and attention from BBC Radio 6 Music, XFM, and BBC Introducing, which debuted their track  ‘I Could Dance […]Read More