Wednesday, 23 March 2016

Check It Out #17 (23/03/16)

1. Seven Mountains - 77 Bombay Street
MTV Award nominated, double platinum-selling band, 77 Bombay Street, are set to release their new single 'Seven Mountains' on 25th March. They've shared stages with The Cure, Kasabian, Arctic Monkeys and Imagine Dragons. The quartet comprised of brothers Matt, Joe, Simri-Ramon and Esra Buchli create brilliant folk / rock music and after hearing this fantastic track, I'm looking forward to their forthcoming EP...

2. Call Me - Fantastic Fantastic
Amsterdam based duo, Fantastic Fantastic, are about to release their EP 'Fan Club' comprising of 4 tracks written over the summer while travelling and recording around Europe. The EP is part one of a 2 EP set, with Part 2 to be released towards the summer. The Swedish / Australian duo, Kris & Micke  released their debut single 'Houses' in 2014, which gained support from BBC Radio 1 and Hype Machine. This is their latest single, 'Call Me' taken from the forthcoming EP - enjoy!

3. Nothing Without You - The Big Moon
London alternative quartet, The Big Moon, are setting out on a UK Headline tour next week. Juliette, Soph, Celia and Fern kicked off 2016 with a full UK tour alongside The Maccabees, which included three nights at Brixton Academy. Their live history, as well as their neat indie pop releases are reason enough for catching them at one of their twelve dates... (dates and tickets here)

4. Mr. Haines - Smooth Ends
Smooth Ends are a four-piece alternative band based in South East London, formed in 2013 by Kevin Erlicher (vocals/guitar) and Luca Oliva (guitar), and later joined by Benjamin Vallejos (bass) and Nico Ariza (drums). After releasing their first EP 'Magic Johnson' last year, touring Spain during Summer, hosting events and playing many shows in London, they've now released their first single of 2016. 'Mr. Haines' is a groovy, brit pop track that clear influences of South London and the band's homes of South America...

5. Duas Caras - Deltino Guerreiro
Mozambique's Deltino Guerreiro, crosses genres from Africa with soul and R&B and adds lyrics in Portuguese, English and Macua. This is a brilliantly vibrant track, with hints of house and reflects Deltino's influences and inspirations. His forthcoming album 'Eparaka' (from the language Macua, translates to blessing or blessed), is set for release in the UK on April 8th (2016). Be sure to have a listen and enjoy!

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