Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Check It Out #25 (31/08/16)

1. Bad Girl - SOULS
SOULS is the new and exciting project of producer David Gledhill; he combines his own music with recordings from the early 1900's and in some cases doesn't even know the name of the singer. Annie Mac, Lauren Laverne and Huw Stephens went crazy for the first track and now he's released 'Bad Girl', featuring the vocals of Ozella Jones. There's a debut album coming soon and we're really excited to hear more from this interesting and rather haunting project... 

2. Honest - Clay
Clay are four lads from Leeds, sit inbetween straight up indie rock and electro, think Honne and The 1975 mushed together. They recently released their EP 'Heaven' and have just toured the UK. They're hungry for success and I believe they're on the right path to getting there. Enjoy this one turned up loud! 

3. Your Eyes - Glass Peaks
Glass Peaks were founded not too long ago, and already they're sharing incredible, dark moody, upbeat tracks. Lewis (vocals, guitar, synths), Jake (guitar), Grant (drums), and Alfie (bass) have created such a fantastic sound that I've had on repeat for the last couple weeks since the track dropped and I don't think I'm gonna stop any time soon... 

4. Pharaoh - BOA
BOA have previously supported the likes of Saint Raymond and KYKO on tour, and their two breakout singles 'Holier' and 'Right Place Right Time' have racked up a huge combined 600,000 streams, as well as support from BBC Radio 1 and XFM. These guys have created a new world of music and it's one you won't want to leave. 

5. In The Sea - Molnet
A three year journey for Albin Marklund; beginning with sitting down and writing lyrics, melodies and song structures, then picking up friends and musicians along the way and now morphing Molnet into a full band based in Gothenburg, Sweden. Their debut EP 'Sometimes' was released back in April and now they release their latest single 'In The Sea' from said EP. It's a song that floats along gracefully, just like the title would suggest...

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