Fisher King is the debut album from Furrows, aka singer-songwriter and former Berklee jazz student Peter Wagner. Supposedly Grizzly Bear’s Yellow House was a big deal for him, and you can hear it in his music, though Fisher King‘s lead single “Grey Cities” errs more on the brisk and featherweight side, in the airspace between Sufjan Stevens and Beach Fossils.
With more than 30 years of career, Cypress Hill have managed to reach today with the same flow, and is one of the bands that has best known how to survive all the changes that have been taking place in rap throughout all these years. The Californian group with Latin roots is considered one of the most representative bands of Gangsta Rap, which, since its creation back in 1986, has always been made up of B-Rea, DJ Muggs, Sen Dog and Eric Bob.
Cypress Hill completely blew it, it was with their album Black Sunday , and the super success of their single Insane In The Brain . The song was for several weeks occupying the number one position in the sales charts of several countries, a song in which the flow of the band mixes Hip Hop, Funk, and those rhythmic loops that characterize the band.
With her family hailing from Sri Lanka and growing up in Switzerland, Priya Ragu fuses her Western influence with her South Asian origin and merges it into a cultural accumulation of traditional rhythms and contemporary R&B and soul. With Good Love 2.0 and Chicken Lemon Rice, she has released two feel-good songs – two odes to life. Spreading positive vibes, she aims to celebrate female empowerment and her passion for music.
Damon Albarn is a major pop artist music, and more broadly pop culture of the past 30 years. Author-singer-songwriter of Blur, mastermind behind the Gorillaz phenomenon, producer of African artists, post-modern opera composer, he is considered in the UK as a major public figure.
He has released a new song, “Particles,” the latest offering from his next solo album, The Nearer the Fountain, More Pure the Stream Flows.
Liverpudlian-based trio All We Are are pleased to share a brand new single “Eden”. Produced by Al Doyle and Joe Goddard from Hot Chip; “Eden” is the first piece of new material since they released their third album Providence last year.
A duo from Melbourne, Stefan Blair and Liam Parsons have been working on music together since they met in high school about ten years ago, the focus of their collaboration being Good Morning. Their sound is well within a low-fi indie acoustic genre that can be a breeding ground for sad white boy music, but their latest albums are filled with a characteristic warmth and honesty that is quickly and quite damningly lacking from so many others.
Set for release on 22nd October via new label home Polyvinyl Record Co, the Australian duo have announced their brand new album ‘Barnyard’, and they’ve released new track ‘Burning.’
Liverpool post-punks Clinic are releasing a new album, Fantasy Island, on October 22 via Domino. Now they have shared its third single, which is a cover of Ann Peebles’ “I Can’t Stand the Rain.” The original was the title track to Peebles’ 1973 album of the same name. Clinic’s cover was shared via an Emily Evans-directed video.