The weekend is almost here! This means it’s time to sit back and relax with a new edition of New Music Fridays. From disco to electronica to indie to folk, we have you covered. As always, click the pics for a listen.
Nadia Kamrath – For Lucy
With dreamy guitar hooks, catchy melodies and intimate vocals, the playful sound of Nadia Kamrath’s For Lucy is a delight to listen to. The track gradually builds against a relatable story of love, with Kamrath managing to sound both in the moment and older than her years as she sways from different points of view. A warm and inviting listen.
Estie Lorie – Rose Denim Jacket
Described as ‘the sound of Bogatá in London’, this synthy 80s wonder feels wrapped in mystery but with an undercurrent of fun. The chorus sneaks up on you in a wonderful way before echo-laden samples play a nice cameo against the slowly building sound. A wonderfully realised track with an addictive vocal performance.
Liquid Pennies – Secrets Dash
Written and independently produced during quarantine seclusion, Secrets Dash features a plethora of clever ideas anda big atmosphere that builds as the track progresses. Starting off with a settled electronica flow, the track then settles down into a more indie-pop groove against great vocal play and harmonies. The drums play an important part in pushing the track forward before slowly fading out. A great effort.
Kim & Buran – Phazerdelique
St. Petersburg electronic outfit Kim & Buran bring back a 70s space disco sound in the playful Phazerdelique. The track pulses and sweeps its way through the decade with an added up-to-date twist in production that’s hard to resist. This is the sort of track you can either sit back and relax to or boogie on down at the latest discotheque. Mesmerising.
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