Influenced by the likes of Daft Punk and The 1975, producer Matt Connelly aka Retro Culture has released the infectious track Calling that hooks you with the chorus. Co-produced with Sydney based producer Jean Paul Fung (Bird of Tokyo), the track has elements of electro pop similar to Imagine Dragons.
His previous released tracks Cold and Thread both had international success accumulating millions of streams landing on the Spotify Viral Charts. The indie darling has been praised by tastemakers including Majestic Casual while receiving radio support from Triple J, and receiving blog love Indie Shuffle…….. All Systems Go!
London based Keels aka Niall Keels is buzzing with his latest radio-ready track Surrender. The singer-songwriter formerly of the indie darlings Empire Divide has redirected his inspiration to the likes of Johnny Cash and Phil Collins. Having become quickly known as a who’s who among songwriters and landing on Spotify Fresh Finds, there couldn’t be a better time to pencil in his upcoming performance at St Pancras Old Church London on March 27th on your calendar.
East London duo who go under the moniker The New Coast are buzzing with their signature indie pop sound. Having amassed hundreds of thousands streams on Spotify and SoundCloud along with support from BBC Introducing, The New Coast are quickly building a name for themselves. With the latest EP released via LAB Records, and with new live performances in the works, this could be 2017’s breakout artist. Check out my favorite track Body Language.
Girl Friend, a Kings favorite, has teased us with a new track Electric Blue that will come off their new EP. The brother-sister duo crafts a classic style of electro pop and performed live at the Great Escape and Live at Leeds. Blog love from Clash Music, NME, and Line of Best Fit. Check it out!
Brooklyn based newcomers Lantrns released the video for the track Gold Thread. The dark synth pop three piece that’s stuck in the 80’s are known to play around NYC’s Mercury Lounge, Knitting Factory, and will open for Teen Vice’s residency at Pianos on Feb 2nd. Press includes Deli Mag and Pancakes & Whiskey.