Why haven’t I heard them before? Redder, indeed, connects everything what’s ethereal and what’s best in Finnish music scene, without being silly just like all these Scandinavian DJs who I truly can’t stand (it makes me feel really good to know that that part of the world has more to offer than techno/house/electronic mass sounds).
I’m extremely happy that bands like this exist, making music that heals emotions, and ‘Let Us Get Out’ is the most precious example of that.
Reigen Miller hasn’t been a guest of mine on here yet, but both his name and his face sound and look extremely familiar to me. I must have seen him or heard his music in the past, and the fact that I remember that is glorious – because in the end all that matters is how well people remember you.
But his tune ‘Come Back To Me’ feels heavenly anyway, and I love the thought-out, but a little un-done aesthetics of this creation.
Fourth track by Nao in the history of this blog must be the sign of her great talent. Or my unhealthy obsession. Or both.
As much as I adore the first three ones (‘Back Porch‘, ‘Good Girl’, ‘So Good‘), ‘Adore You’ , also a track from her debut EP, feels special to me and represents all the inner emotions that are being woken up whilst listening to her music, and experiencing her unusual style. It’s addictive, give me more!
Get Nao’s So Good EP via iTunes or on vinyl right now.
New single by the London-based Azekel, the emotional ‘Chronophobia’; written, produced, performed, and mixed by Azekel himself. This is one flowy tune to remember.
Ambient alternative rock band (this description sounds good, doesn’t it?) Avindale present their new single ‘Dreamer’, which – surprisingly – does not sound that dreamy. However, it still is extremely nice to listen to such original music and to know a band with such unusual style. It’s definitely something worth experiencing.
Excellent track from the London-based artist Tom Prior. It is a titled song from his Bad Advice EP, and makes a great follow-up to his previously released tune ‘The Altar‘.
He’s such an amazing artist with some quality music, and – I hope – great future ahead of him. And if you want more, you can also check out his captivating Sofar London performance of ‘Bad Advice’.
Shallou has appeared here in the past with his amazing tune ‘Years’, which really was something worth listening to (do it if you haven’t done it yet!). Today he’s back with a new track called ‘Reykjavik’, a great follow-up to his previous work and perfect introduction to what’s coming next in his career.