Father John Misty Releases ‘Two Wildly Different Perspectives’, his Second Single in a Week

Within the last week, Father John Misty returned with startling effect, releasing the title track of his upcoming album Pure Comedy. The six-minute orchestral jazz epic took a massive swipe at the Continue reading Father John Misty Releases ‘Two Wildly Different Perspectives’, his Second Single in a Week

Interview: Gabriel Gassi

With a handful of remixes scattered across social media, Stockholm-based singer-songwriter/producer Gabriel Gassi has quietly built himself a solid reputation. Working around his studies, Gassi’s intelligent ear has allowed him to Continue reading Interview: Gabriel Gassi

The 50 Best Songs of 2016: 5-1

It all boils down to this. Vendor have sifted through viral hip-hop smashes, brooding contemplative folk, and of course, out-and-out sugary pop, to arrive at this moment. Here’s the Top 5 Tracks of 2016: Continue reading The 50 Best Songs of 2016: 5-1

Dust Off your Favourite Headpieces, Jamiroquai are back with ‘Automaton’

With the likes of Gorillaz and Goldfrapp already set for returns in 2017, a sweet blast of electronic nostalgia in the form of Jamiroquai maintains a strong start to the year for music. Continue reading Dust Off your Favourite Headpieces, Jamiroquai are back with ‘Automaton’

Angel Olsen’s ‘Fly on Your Wall’ Sets the Our First 100 Days Song Series in Motion

The Our First 100 Days song-a-day series aims to raise awareness of the organisations that have come under threat with the inception of Trump’s administration. Not all of the songs will be political, but their inclusion in the series does confirm Continue reading Angel Olsen’s ‘Fly on Your Wall’ Sets the Our First 100 Days Song Series in Motion

Father John Misty’s Orchestral Epic ‘Pure Comedy’ puts Everything in Perspective

With his sophomore album, I Love You, Honeybear, Father John Misty gave his listeners a lot to mull over; the intimacy of romance, the starkness of our political landscape and of course Continue reading Father John Misty’s Orchestral Epic ‘Pure Comedy’ puts Everything in Perspective

Goldfrapp Return with Industrial Synth Banger ‘Anymore’

Goldfrapp have returned after four years away, with their seventh album, Silver Eye, set to drop on March 31st. And in accordance with this announcement, the brooding pop duo

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Yasutaka Nakata Engineers Bubbling J-Pop for Western Ears with the Help of Charli XCX on ‘Crazy Crazy’

In western spheres, the name Yasutaka Nakata might not ring a lot of bells, but in Japan the revered producer has built up an army of fans, with that strong interest beginning to translate to Continue reading Yasutaka Nakata Engineers Bubbling J-Pop for Western Ears with the Help of Charli XCX on ‘Crazy Crazy’

Ryan Adams Shares New Track ‘Doomsday’

If previous singles ‘Do You Still Love Me?’ and ‘To Be Without You’ dealt with hopefulness and acceptance, the latest track to be taken from Ryan Adams’ upcoming album Prisoner settles for Continue reading Ryan Adams Shares New Track ‘Doomsday’

Arcade Fire’s ‘I Give You Power’ is your New Favourite Political Anthem

Yesterday saw the return of Gorillaz with their political track ‘Hallelujah Money’ and now, on the day of Donald Trump’s inauguration, Arcade Fire have shattered four years of silence with their own political lament ‘I Give You Power’. Continue reading Arcade Fire’s ‘I Give You Power’ is your New Favourite Political Anthem