Category Archives: Introducing

Introducing…Special Interest

Special Interest is a four piece punk band emerging from New Orleans, Louisiana. Combining elements of No-Wave, Glam, and Industrial Special Interest create a frenetic and urgent revisioning of punk and electronic music for a modern world gone mad. Propulsive drum machines, a swirling layer of detuned samples, and a driving bass line create the foundation across which angular guitar work and dissonant synth lines glide. Front and center are Alli Logout’s commanding vocals and razor sharp lyrics moving from high camp satire to insightful political imperatives often within the course of one song.

Special Interest have returned with a new single, ‘(Herman’s) House’, their first for Rough Trade Records. It comes with a video directed by Special Interest and Juicebox Burton alongside vocalist Alli Logout.


BETWEEN FRIENDS is the latest endeavor of brother/sister duo Brandon and Savannah Hudson, along with drummer Brennan Benko. All three musicians were formerly members of indie-pop band The Heirs, 

Growing up in the famed epicentre of creativity Laurel Canyon, there’s an expectation for BETWEEN FRIENDS’ sound to emit the woozy 70s rock atmosphere synonymous with the area’s golden age. But, the sibling duo, comprised of Brandon and Savannah Hudson, never conforms to the expected. Instead, they rebel with a strict emphasis on modernity through the artificial synth and drum machine that litters their hazy brand of bedroom-pop.

Between Friends have shared their new single laurel’. It’s a cut from the alt-pop duo’s upcoming ‘cutie’ EP, set for release on 10th June via 10K Projects.

Introducing…Bob Vylan

London duo Bob Vylan combine grime rapping and electrifying punk guitar to create visceral music that’s loud, brash and unflinching, especially when it comes to the message behind it. Formed in 2017, singer Bobby Vylan and drummer Bobbie Vylan played their first show two weeks after meeting. Bob Vylan’s music tackles social and political issues, including racism and income inequality head-on. The lyrics are plain and direct. 

Now, after years of having their cutting messages ignored by the wider industry, Bob Vylan are more than content to forge their own path with the release of their second album, 

Introducing… Layten Kramer

Layten Kramer’s music is a blend of psychedelia, country, folk, and indie rock. Listening to his 2021 album, Dear Apathy, is a gateway that transports you somewhere you weren’t expecting, but are excited to be there. Hot off the heels of his fantastic 2021 album, Dear Apathy, Canmore, Alberta’s Layten Kramer returns with a new single called “Why Am I So Tired”.

Introducing…Two Feet

Two Feet is in his own lane with his own sound, with his own tremendous cult-like fanbase. Hailing originally from New York, the singer-songwriter, producer, and guitarist is the originator of “electronic blues, R&B sex music.” Reeling in genres from all angles, to date he’s racked in over one billion streams and 8 million monthly Spotify listeners. 

After the release last year of the album ‘Max Maco Is Dead Right?,’ a voyeuristic concept album that delves deep into the troubled psyche of its fictional titular character Max Maco Two Feet is back with his new song ‘Tell Me The Truth.’

Introducing…White Flowers

White Flowers, the musical project of long-time friends and musical collaborators Katie Drew and Joey Cobb, is a multi-faceted enterprise. As former art students, the duo have created an array of startling visuals to accompany the dark, dewy sound of their music.

After sharing their debut album ‘Day By Day’ last year, White Flowers have announced that they’ll be releasing a new four-track EP ‘Are You’ on 13th May via Tough Love Records.

Introducing…Pearly Drops

A music duo  based in Helsinki, Finland, crafting eerily haunting pop dirges; Pearly Drops feature Sandra Tervonen and Juuso Malin. With concise and sparse compositional methods, ethereal vocal performances underlined by dreamy, precise synths and percussion, Pearly Drops are in the process of weaving – something made for keeping the hope inside and the unmeaningful at bay.