Piggybacking off their impressive Take Shelter EP, the equally soulful and electronic Years & Years return with a bouncy new single dubbed “Desire.”
The track channels an upbeat, 90s Chicago house vibe with lead singer Olly commanding “I want you to want me again” as the roaring hook builds. Olly has even garnered the attention of some other UK singer named Ellie Goulding. Ever heard of her?
“Desire” will be out officially come November 23rd.
Got a nice little tune for your early Monday morning to help wake you up! Here we have Ed Prosek, a 22 year old Californian native now calling Brughton, UK his home. “Hold On Tight” is the kind of indie music that reminds me why I love indie so much. Peep it below!
Brighton-based Elizabeth Bernholz (aka Gazelle Twin) makes a convincing play for cult status in the fringe vein of MF Doom, PJ Harvey and Fever Ray with her second release Unflesh. Her haunting brand of noir-ish electronica is both menacing and gorgeous, revealing an artist who isn’t afraid to take risks. Ignoring the dreamy vibes on her previous debut EP, Berholz refocuses her lens on the more gothic side of her sound, broaching the subject matter of science and medicine with unwavering attention to detail. Crafted in her home studio using vintage keyboards like the Moog Modular, the Linn-1, Formant Synth and the CS80, Unflesh is a experimental ride that doesn’t disappoint.
After AlunaGeorge stole our hearts with their debut album Body Music last year, it was clear they were here to stay with their catchy pop tunes. It’s been a minute since we’ve heard new material from these darlings but the time has yet again arrived and let’s just say, it’s something to be very excited about. Their new track “Supernatural” gives that familiar AlunaGeorge sparkle but also manages to show that this duo is simply growing. It’s addictive and hey it’s somewhat fitting to the month of October with its supernatural vibes. Listen to the tune below.
“Never trust spiritual leader who cannot dance.”
― Mr. Miyagi
September just flew by, and the Sunset Crew is here with our top tracks of the past month. The playlist starts off with straight hip-hop vibes, then transitions to more indie / indie-pop, and ends with some funky bangers. Hope yall enjoy the dope tracks.
P.S – Halloween is on a Friday this year >:)
Devan DuBois – D L M G L