“Before I wrote Pity Party, there was a situation where someone thought he had a bigger impact on me and my life than he actually had. For me it was just a short fling and he immediately assumed I wanted more than fun and so he acted really weird and when he realized that, he came to apologize 2 years later, which was nice but I actually had never thought of our short encounter again.”
Maryland born singer-songwriter Lil Seyi keeps his new track Sanguine soulful, intimate and smooth and puts Lil’s soothing vocal to the forefront. He tells: “Sometimes someone new just comes into…
The new single by the avant-garde pop duo ÄTNA (Inéz Schaefer and Demian Kappenstein) and eleven-piece self-described techno marching band from Germany MEUTE is a danceable genre mix, covering sounds of marimba, horns and drums, rattling beats and synths.
Kytes just released their catchy, energetic indie pop track “the beat is on hold”. If you want to get to know Munich based indie-pop quartet Kytes better you have to go a bit back to their beginnings.
Thousand Fingers’s track “Avenger” is a classic techno-banger with a hint of cinematic glam. Hakan Özkan aka Thousand Fingers is originally from Turkey. He used the lockdown, like so many other artists, to produce something new in his studio in North London.
There are so many songs about toxic relationships. But only a few of them manage to visually portray themselves in such a way that they are both disturbing and beautiful at the same time.
Austrian artist Marcus Rieder alias AVAKADAVA’s debut single „Schwarze Wände” is about the end of a love and that with all the pain you feel at the time, you can be sure that the wound will heal and that there will be a moment to reconcile with the past and just let go. Letting go is also one of the main themes of the follow up single “Zitroneneis”, which he just released along with a beautiful Super 8mm film video.
On her most recent single, HĒIR, who you may also know as Patricia Manfield, vividly outlines a time when the title rang true. Pulling from the personal experience of a close friend, she paints a gripping and morose nightclub setting, one where you’re on the dancefloor, waiting for your partner to arrive, when you mistakenly find out they’re seeing someone else.
The debut solo song of Mickael Karkousse brings back the feeling of being young and full of longings. The tender feeling of first love, and where nothing matters but the depth and uniqueness of a moment.
Speaking on the new single Mazoulew reveals how each track plays a specific part to the EP’s story as a whole, “‘Ditto’ was actually written as the sun started to shine again, I think it will resonate the most with people this summer. Most of my work is a fine line of melancholy where there is darkness balanced with light. I am a great believer in equilibrium in its broadest sense, too much of anything is a bad thing.”
“Frequently is a carefree black joy anthem about obtaining wealth in a currency, energy and love sense. It was made in the midst of the pandemic when people were deprived of financial means, social interactions and mental clarity. The energy is also stemmed from breaking bread with your family and loved ones while seeing everyone around you prosper.”
Let´s start today’s Friday with some energizing grooves! Metro is the lead single out of Knife Girl‘s same-titled debut EP Metro, and with its candy-coated swirl electropop genre mixing, is like immersing yourself in a never-withering late-night vibe.
Blending elements of R&B, pop, and alternative, she’s developed a brand as dreamy as the places she pulls inspiration from. Her most recent, “Double Decker”, is a warm glimpse back into her teenage years, when her and her friends would take the double decker bus from Solana Beach to Del Mar and get wasted before entering the famed fairgrounds.
Indonesian-Croatian electro-pop artist Andrea Turk has unleashed her new song along to a steamy, sexy visual which tells of a woman letting her down to allow herself to love fully. ‘Give It 2 Me’ is a very personal song by the 20-year-old queer singer-songwriter and producer who is currently working on her 4th studio album, ‘GOVERNMENT NAME’, a Neo 80’s-Disco-Hyperpop album exploring the themes of immigration, queerness, liberation, sex, love and feminism.
“The video is my love letter to Aruba, the place where I feel most Alive. The only place I’ve always felt at home. The place I go to find myself again, to create myself anew. With pride I present you the video for my most vulnerable track ever. The video showcases the beauty of the people of Aruba, the island and me in my utmost element.”