Photo above: Lauran Hibberd
February has come at us thick and fast with tons of good tunes hitting our various inboxes in the first week of the month. Windling it down to a select few was difficult, but here they are!
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Satin Jackets ft. Panama – Automatic
German nu-disco star Tim Bernhardt, AKA Satin Jackets releases ‘Automatic‘ off his upcoming album ‘Solar Nights’ featuring vocals from Sydney based singer-songwriter Panama. Fans of both acts are sure to find lots to love as the pair bring out the best in each other, Satin Jackets’ smooth disco sounds proving to be the perfect accompaniment to Panama’s softly seductive vocals.
Sego – Shame
Shame is taken of LA-based band Sego’s second LP ‘Sego Sucks’ – listen to the track and we’re sure you’ll also be of the opinion that this clearly isn’t true.
Yacht Punk – Indian Summer
According to the press release, Yacht Punk sounds like Stephen King’s movie Maximum Overdrive took a handful of downers. Possibly the best thing we’ve read so far this year.
Lauren Hibberd – Sugardaddy
Kicking off 2019 with pulsating new anthem Sugardaddy, Isle Of Wight newcomer Lauran Hibberd sparkles in her latest release, moving further towards the forefront of the UK’s emerging indie landscape with aplomb.
Trudy and the Romance – The Original Doo-Wop Spacemen
Bustin’ out of Liverpool, UK, Trudy and The Romance are ready to woo with the mutant 50s pop and self-declared alligator rock-n-roll of their eagerly-anticipated album Sandman. Check out its first cut, ‘The Original Doo Wop Spacemen.’
Far Caspian – Conversations
Crafting stylish, college dorm low-key indie comes easily to Far Caspian – who emerged last year with the hazy Between Days EP, a collection of catchy Lo-Fi gems. Built into this knack is a natural want for progression, a trait clearly apparent on new single Conversations. Remaining are the key tenants of the Leeds trio’s dream-pop sound, mixed in with a fresh FM-radio sentimentality and very intentional 80s production sheen.