GROW MUSIC PROJECT is proud to present episode #06 of “GMP • The Session Diaries”, a new documentary web series about great emerging independent artists and bands that you might not know, but should. Ep.#06 features JUICE LUCAFO, hailing from Phoenix, AZ, (via Chicago, IL) Juice puts you straight away into the heart of the song, especially with a track lik […]
Check it out now...Part of the Dub Police crew, Subscape is known for composing vast, deep productions. Exploring the cavernous recesses of bass culture, new release 'I Would Have Loved You' possesses a soulful edge. Due for release on September 8th, it's part of the ongoing sessions for the producer's debut album. The producer explains: […]
Listen to it now...For a while there, it seemed as though we had lost Jim Noir. A deeply independent artist, the Manchester based songsmith seemed to eschew artistry to focus on rather more vital, everyday pursuits. But suddenly, almost without warning, he's back. New album 'Finnish Line' will be released on November 3rd, with the singer boast […]
Check it out now...At times, the internet is a fantastic, ingenious little invention. Earlier this year, Kwamie Liv placed her track '5AM' online. A gorgeous, soulful vignette which touched upon future R&B, it quickly received warm praise. The Roots showed their support, while Capital Radio 91.6 - seemingly Sudan’s only all-English radio statio […]
The concept store's London branch celebrates a decade.Under the progressive title ‘The Next Ten Years’, the original Dover Street Market this week begins a month of events, projects and installations celebrating the last ten years. Opened a decade ago next Thursday, around the corner from the Royal College of Art, Rei Kawakubo’s infamous concept store h […]
The London label presents a new short.Devised and shot in just 72 hours across the recent August bank holiday, AllSaints has announced the arrival of its AW14 men’s trainer offering with the release of ‘Shortcut’. Featuring the 11-piece collection by way of bike rides, tree tops and some, ahem, sensual dry humping, the grey short peeks at the lives of AllSai […]
Brooklyn based newcomer with a pensive artistry...'Intimacy' is an oft-used phrase in music criticism, yet context is rarely supplied. It could be the odd breath in the vocal, or perhaps simply a stripped down recording technique. Nick Hakim though, specialises in a certain type of intimacy. At times, you feel as though you're in the same room […]
R&B star returning with two new albums…She used to be Amerie, but now she’s Ameriie – and underneath that musical moniker, she’s always been Amerie Mi Marie Rogers, born in Masschusetts to an African-American father and Korean mother. But whatever you know the singer as today, she’ll always have one song as a comprehensive calling card. Not just one song […]
As new EP 'Dandelion' approaches...Hailing from Dublin, Cloud Castle Lake first caught our attention earlier this year. Despite being a new group, the band's sound - glitchy electronics, left field songcraft and a heavenly voice - seemed to be blessed with effortless confidence. New EP 'Dandelion' is due to be released on September 2 […]
Featuring a plethora of extras...Pitched as Bright Young Things ready to act as a bulwark against grunge by an increasingly Brit-centric music press, Suede's rise was swift and immediate. By 1993, though, cracks had begun to show. The relationship between singer Brett Anderson and mercurial guitarist Bernard Butler was deteriorating, resulting in increa […]
Check out the theme for 'BoJack Horseman'Launched recently, Netflix latest cartoon 'BoJack Horseman' seems to have plenty of potential. Featuring an anthropomorphic horse as its titular character, BoJack Horseman focusses on a washed up actor as he attempts to progress in a Hollywood industry dominated by sleaze and fellow oddball charact […]
Science-fiction is the future! Plus more contemporary but still remarkable music videos from the past seven days. This Week’s Top 4 Music Videos: Grimes, Chad VanGaalen and more… by Chart Attack | Chart Attack.
Get ready to throw your snapback in the air and toss your body around ALL OVER AGAIN. Bobby Shmurda’s viral hit “Hot N*gga” gets a reggae remix with Elephant Man, Mavado and Junior Reid by Jordan Darville | Chart Attack.
As they gear up for the release of their fourth album, Wooden Sky frontman Gavin Gardiner explains how getting fit has made him a better bandleader. Don’t You Worry About A Thing: How Running Saved The Wooden Sky by Colton Eddy | Chart Attack.
Today’s song is In the Beginning. It was written by singer and guitarist Angelo Palladino. Christine Collister — who has an uncanny talent for finding perfect songs to cover — included it on her 2001 album An Equal Love. Featuring a strong keyboard line as the principle instrumentation, it was an unsual sound for a […]
Portland – Merchandise are desperately afraid of being put in a box. You may have already gotten this impression from the nightmarish cube on the cover of their third album, out this week and optimistically titled After The End. It seems that no one can quite put a finger on what (or who) these Tampa Continue Reading → The post End of an Era? Merchandise’s N […]
Chicago – Jesse Marchant, the artist formally known as JBM, is ready to release a new album and a new sound. The Canadian singer-songwriter has taken his years of music exploration to create an album that is less folky, filled with a “broader palette” of sound and sheer emotion. He is the Bruce Springsteen of Continue Reading → The post Unveiling Jesse March […]
Los Angeles — FYF Fest has officially blown up. The LA music festival that has been known as a calmer version of Coachella was not only overcrowded, but it was jam-packed with obstacles at every corner of downtown’s Exposition Park. Thank goodness the music was blasting to soothe festivalgoers’ frustration and broken spirits. Overall, the Continue Reading → […]
Los Angeles- Sometimes it’s failure that sets us on the track that we need to be on. For Benjamin Booker the inability to score a job in journalism out of college was the impetus for his now budding musical career. While his first show was in the not-so-distant past (the middle of 2012) he Continue Reading → The post Benjamin Booker Finds His Voice appeare […]
New York – Indie-rock trio Augustines have announced their upcoming fall North American headlining tour. Touring behind their recently released self-titled sophomore album, Augustines will be making 13 appearances across the west and east coast of the U.S. as well as parts of Canada. Beginning on Wednesday, September 17 at the Troubadour in West Hollywood, C […]