October was a bit of a blur and there wasn’t much time to listen to the mountains of music coming in, as a result we only have a small but extremely strong list of tracks which really blew us away in October.
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GLASS ANIMALS – HAZEY
Taken from their debut album Zaba, Hazey is a beautifully mystical piece of music.
LEYYA – DROWNING IN YOUTH
From the first beat to the last, this has an originality, a moodiness, a sensuality which cries out for attention. It is a sultry temptress lulling you into a hypnotic submission before tearing you back into reality with its unnerving bass and drum line.
MISUN – SUPERSTITIONS
This is the 2nd time we have featured Misun on our Repeat Play. Superstitions is another little piece of pop perfection. The album of the same name is set for release in November.
MONT OLIVER – 19
Mont Oliver are a Danish indie trip hop three piece who Mont Oliver are a Danish indie trip hop three piece who mix elements of trip-hop, raw percussion and melodic indie influences to create a unique sound. Their debut EP is out on 17th November for free download via Danish indie label Fake Diamond Records.
GHOST LOFT – BE EASY
Ghost Loft is the moniker for Los Angeles-based musician, Danny Choi, who has an undeniable talent for making mesmerizing soundscapes. “Be Easy” the first single from his upcoming EP.
ANNKATHIE KOI – KATE, IT’S HUNTING SEASON
A lavish piece of 80’s influenced pop that transports you into the films of your puberty, when Kelly LeBrock was giving young boys wet dreams, and teen girls were waiting for their dream guy to dirtily flash dance their way footloose into their aching hearts.
BILDERBUCH – SPLIFF