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Discover Emotional Oranges’ smooth pop with “Motion”

We love introducing debut songs from brand new artists. Today, we’re talking about Emotional Oranges, a duo based in Los Angeles. We don’t know much about them, except that they create alternative pop, with influences like Anderson .Paak and The xx. Their debut single “Motion” is a silky smooth outing with subtly groovy guitar work and …

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Interview with Shook: “Bicycle Ride is my most positive album”

Shook was first revealed with his remixes for the likes of Phoenix and Jamiroquai, and has released 3 albums since then. After having been in hospital care for 7 months, he  is now back with “Bicycle Ride“. We have talked with him about his story and what makes this album so special. To begin, can you …

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Embark on a journey with Pablo Nouvelle’s album “Wired”

Pablo Nouvelle is a multi-faceted DJ, producer and filmmaker from Switzerland. Describing his music as a mix of melancholic pop, modern soul and dance music, Pablo Nouvelle first entered the world of music producing hip hop beats. “Wired” is his 3rd album, that we can describe as a truly immersive soundscape that juxtapose themes of hope …

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Dive into the cinematic soul sounds of Josh Jacobson with “Sideline”

The native of Ithaca, NY just brought back some sunshine-vibes after touring January and February starting out on the East to finish up on the West Coast. The warm melodies that are carrying his latest beauty “Sideline” have been crafted by L.A.-based Nu Disco-veteran Gigamesh who knows through experience how to create the fitting sound to …

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Garden City Movement pay tribute to Polanski with “A Bitter Moon”

Garden City Movement is a trio from Tel Aviv, composed of Roy Avital, Yoav Saar and Johnny Sharoni. The band was revealed in 2013 with their beautiful song “Move On“. Since then, they had pretty incredible milestones like recording live sessions for Boiler Room and Majestic Casual opening for Bonobo, Caribou, Alt-J… 2018 will see the release …

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Ukiyo and FEELDS collaborate on “Something Like This”

Ukiyo is an Australian multi-instrumentalist and producer creating an unique blend of hip-hop, dance, and classical motifs. He kicks off 2018 with a collaboration with FEELDS, called “Something Like This“. The soulful vocals instantly reminded us of Nick Murphy (fka Chet Faker). Combined with Ukiyo’s R&B and groove, it simply makes the track irresistible! On …

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Tropic Harbour expands his utopian space with “Can’t Pretend”

The music blog Noon Pacific has recently launched their singles-only label to accompany some of the artists they appreciate. One of their first releases of the year comes from Tropic Harbour, the project of Canadian artist Mark Berg. He introduces it as a “utopian space for peace of mind”. Indeed, this is the feeling his song …

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