SHHE – Saint Cyrus

Dreamy, laidback beats from SHHE, the alter-ego of Scottish-Portuguese artist and producer SU Shaw. The delicate soundscapes and lingering electronics in new single Saint Cryus make for a captivating tune that is both enigmatic and elegant. The varied elements tug in different directions, but create a concerted whole that feels powerful even in its gentleness.Continue reading “SHHE – Saint Cyrus”

Sorcha Richardson – Lost

Dublin born and based in New York, Sorcha Richardson sings songs of life, love and loss. So does everyone else you may well say. But in her simple lyrics of stealing your favourite tipple, summers spent in a cider haze, dancing off heartbreak and more, she stands out with the kind of clear storytelling usually only seen inContinue reading “Sorcha Richardson – Lost”

Hater – First Time

Ooozing wistful charm and care free vibes, but far from simplistic, Hater have blended together joyful melodies and nodding pop with sober impulses. At times eerie, at times enrapturing, the Swedish quartet channel contemporaries such as Alvvays, The Radio Dept. and Melody’s Echo Chamber but wrap their indie pop in hazier fuzz that tiptoes theContinue reading “Hater – First Time”

Independent Bookshop Week

June 20th-27th is Independent Bookshop Week, a celebration of indie bookshops in the UK and Ireland, and sees over 400 stores across the country throwing parties, organizing events, setting up reading groups, storytelling sessions, author signings and literary lunches to honour the brilliant stops that fuel our passion for reading. As every bookworm knows, there’s nothing like theContinue reading “Independent Bookshop Week”

James Murphy – We Used To Dance

The frontman from LCD Soundsystem writing an instrumental piece of gooey wonder for the soundtrack to a Noah Baumbach film. It’s the stuff indie dreams are made of. From the movie While We’re Young, We Used To Dance by James Murphy is a dreamy expanse of twitching arpeggios, exploring the traumas and tensions of life and change,Continue reading “James Murphy – We Used To Dance”