On Repeat – Best of August 2014 – Part Two

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It is that time of the month again where we look back at what was dominating our playing time in the previous month. You should know the drill by now, only music which has somehow found its way to us through our various channels gets into the list, so if you want to be considered for the August edition, contact us through the following:
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Read part one here 

ROBB – FOURBYFOUR
Expect to be hearing a fair bit in the future from this radio-friendly alternative soul act.  Their debut EP Clay came out on the 28th of August and their tracks have already been given prominent airplay time in Austria and Germany. There is an ease to their music which is not easy to come by. Their tracks could easily find their way into your party playlist or onto your hangover SOS stream.
GGOOLLDD – Younger Days
A nostalgic blend of dream-pop and post-punk with some synth-pop flourishes is how the band describe their music. GGOOLLDD’s debut EP Younger Days was released earlier this month and this is the impressive title track. It has a happy-go-lucky feel which will bring a bigger smile to your face with every listen.
Heavy Heart – Another Wave
A relatively new band from South-East London who only have two songs out at the moment. Their music caught out ear with their intriguing sound which demanded more attention, so give it some below.
Charity Children – Fare Thee Well
Fare Thee Well is the third single from the debut album The Autumn Came by Berlin-based indie folk bandCharity Children. The heart-breaking lyrics for the song are adapted from a 17th Century anonymous poem in The Penguin Book of English Folk Songs whereby somebody mourns the loss of their dearest friend by drowning
Salt Cathedral – Holy Soul
The second time we have featured Salt Cathedral. Holy Soul is off their forthcoming EP Oom Velt which comes out on 9th of September. It is another hypnotizing offering from the band who continue to show great promise with every song they release. Definite ones to look out for in the future.
Dreamghost – Weird Grammar
Dreamghost is the solo moniker of Stephen Edwards, an 18 year old producer hailing from Colorado Springs. He makes an intriguing mixture of electro hip hop with Weird Grammar verging on almost lazy in its musical style. But sometimes it is good to slow down a notch or two every now and again.
Wild Smiles – Never Wanted This Wild Smiles will release their debut album, Always Tomorrow, on Sunday Best Recordings on 27th October. The fast-rising trio, comprising brothers Chris and Joe Peden with drummer Ben Cook, recently released their new single, Never Wanted This. Check it out below. 
Gold Spectacles – Escape Your Love
Another returning band. Escape Your Love is another piece of lovely electro pop. Escape Your Love is due to be released on the band’s debut EP which is set for a 19th October 2014 release.
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