REBECCA MCCANN is one of the newest addition’s to the Melbourne PURPLE SNEAKERS office, time to get her top five everythings.
Shimmering synths that pulse in harmony with stunningly on-point vocals, lyrically exposed to bare bones, paired with drumming bass beats that thud with comforting rhythmic regularity.
At a neat 2 minutes 30 seconds, SILK RHODES ‘Pains’ barely gives a first-time listener enough time to put a finger on the classic soul that is so clearly referenced within (hint: it’s Al Green.
Tom Krell, aka. HOW TO DRESS WELL, has released only a lone cover since 2012’s Pitchfork-adored Total Loss.
Sultry, dark, brooding, broken – could it be LYKKE LI.
Swedish sweetheart MAPEI deserves your attention, if she hasn’t already captured it with her mesmerising release ‘Don’t Wait’, released through Downtown Records.
Songwriter and producer YEO (pronounced YO) is no newbie to the Australian music scene, with numerous releases under his belt covering widely varied genres including funk, country and pop.
Mark Zito’s electronic baby FRACTURES first excited us with ‘Twisted‘, then even more with the luscious ‘Cadence‘.
A recipe for weary bones and tired eyes, for a lush, transformative journey into a weightless ambience… Take the original thick and syrupy electro-pop of CHVRCHES powerful ‘Lies’, strip it of the hardball synth and gritty drum and bass and enter the chill-out treatment of London-based mixmaster TOURIST.
Last Friday, the crowds at CANT SAY were wooed and whipped into a frenzy by Swedish house producers SAVAGE SKULLS.
MOKHOV adds a juicy trip hop flavour to London producer JAMES BLAKE‘s new single ‘Retrograde’ – and it works very, very well.
Tribal rhythms and retro synth feature on the latest track from MOULLINEX.