Spector have released a new track Untitled in D’ that will be the band’s first new material since 2015’s Moth Boys, aside from their pro-EU recording ‘Born In The EU’ which was released in conjunction with the British European Union referendum back in 2016.
The band took to Twitter to say on the track, “this one goes out to the Propaganda DJ’s, the weekday drinkers, the occasional dabblers, the pizza express pack, the wristband swappers and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.”
The British trio’s foray into an electro-funk-rock landscape—inspired by the sounds of Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft, LCD Soundsystem, and both Davids (Bowie and Byrne)—has been, for the most part, organic. Artificial Pleasure is barely two year old with some singles , and most of their material is mixed and produced by the band’s members; the London-based group consists of Phil McDonnell (vocals and guitar), Dom Brennan (synths), and Lee Jordan (drums), all of whom were previously part of the band Night Engine.
This time the Xmas cover is former Vampire Weekend member Rostam having a crack at The Pogues’ ‘Fairytale Of New York’. Rostam released his new solo album ‘Half-Light’ back in September via Nonesuch.
Mavi Phoenix is such a big Janet Jackson fan she’s named her new single after her. The 22-year-old platinum haired Austrian rapper, says the track – which fyi she wrote and produced – is an ode to confidence and going big.
The track also comes with the news that Phoenix is set to release her debut EP Young Prophet on 24th November. The EP will, of course, feature ‘Janet Jackson’ along with forthcoming new track ‘White Polo’.
KYANOS is a four-piece jazzy-psychedelic band from Suffolk in the United Kingdom consisting of Zach Franklin, Fintan Wightman, Sam Golding and Seth Bauly. They take a large influence in their sound from bands such as Tame Impala, HOMESHAKE and The Doors , as well as each individually enjoying a wide range of different artists, from Dorothy Ashby the jazz harpist to the math rock band toe. All this creates a more eclectic, diverse atmosphere in which the band can explore many different musical paths that come together to create a more unique sound.
Kaleo, la joven banda islandesa de indie y rock´n´roll que ha cautivado al público de todo el mundo, confirman su primera gira española con concierto hoy en Barcelona.
La banda, consolidada en 2012 y formada por Jökull Júlíusson (voz y guitarra), Davíð Antonsson (percusión y voz), Ruvbin Pollock (guitarra) y Daníel Ægir Kristjánsson (bajo) han tenido una gran aceptación por parte del público, situándose en los primeros puestos de las principales cadena de radio de su país. Su primer álbum, en 2013, que lleva su propio nombre “Kaleo”, trinfo con grandes hits como “Rock n´Roller” o “Glass House“ con un sonido muy potente y particular.
En 2016 han sacado su segundo álbum “A/B”, del cual ya han vendido más de 175.000 copias, entre los que destaca sus singles “No Good”o “All the pretty girls”, Además han conseguido #1 de radio en Francia, Alemania, Austria, España, Suiza, Eslovenia y República Checa. Por otro lado, ha conseguido el #1 del Billboard Chart en Estados Unidos con “Way Down We go”.