Popular Norwegian producer, and Filipino native MAYE has been a key player for the launch of many artists’s careers and has collaborated with ODA, Simon Field, Turab, Henry Land, Jesper Borgen, Martin Tungevaag and Izabell to name a few. Now MAYE has decided to release his own single titled “Try Again.” From producing hip-hop to
The rising electronic talent, Super Duper proves once again that he’s here to stay. Galileo is the Nashville artist’s new single and it only adds to a constant string of quality releases. This one is more minimal and lo-fi compared to his previous work, but it definitley fits and is a unique take on dance music with a washed out/alternative vibe. Check
The up and coming producer, cozmoe just dropped an outstanding single titled, “Brand New Day.” To me it sounds like a faster-paced progressive style with the punch of electro house, all polished off with a chill futuristic feel. Throughout the whole song an equally lush and fat bass line runs frantically underneath everything else. It does it’s job, serving as the
German producer Blinded Hearts has just released an all new masterpiece via Tipsy Records. Taking a unique Indie Dance approach, the new single “Brand New” features a flowing vocal from Louise CS. The tune is produced to the nines, with lots of space and deep bass to really get your body moving. Stacked with repeat
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Nashville’s Super Duper is back once again, with super dope song. The track is called, “Far From Falling” and it somehow captures both lo-fi and hi-fi vibes at the same time. The genre is curiously tagged as VHS and I couldn’t think of a better description for these washed out effects and this warm, distorted
At only 21 years of age, Carl Garsbo is becoming one of Sweden’s most dominant forces in the indietronica scene. Known to most as Kasbo, the artist caught the early admiration of influential tastemakers ODESZA for his commitment to sweeping sound designs that are as organic as they are meticulously crafted. After releasing a free five-track EP, Umbrella Club, just last year, and a dazzling single on Foreign Family Collective recently, Kasbo has been working diligently in the studio to build an arsenal of original music for his imminent LP debut. The young talent announced the forthcoming album on his SoundCloud:
“Today is a monumental step in my career and life. I’m beyond ecstatic to announce my debut album called ‘Places We Don’t Know’ is out March 23rd. I’ve been working on this for the better part of two years and it’s been the most challenging, developing and inspiring thing I’ve done in my life. I couldn’t be happier with myself of what I have been able to make and am counting the days till I get to show you guys. It’s a very personal piece and I can’t wait to tell you more about it.”
Unveiled concurrently, the LP’s first single is a brightly crafted original titled “Aldrig Mer” — which translates to “No More.” The song, which features London-based vocalists Tender, is about getting over a past love. The song’s message posits, however, that there is nothing regretful or vindictive about letting go of someone.
Kasbo weaves fluidly between bass-heavy, synth-fueled sequences and airy, lush atmospheres. Aesthetically, the young producer proves himself time and again with his savvy for building dreamy soundscapes that are expressive and idyllic, yet wildly aloof.
“I wanted to make a song based solely on the words “organic”, “harmonic” and “atmospheric” and wanted to take those terms to their edge. I wanted to use as little synths as possible and keep the bulk of the sound as recordings. I wanted the defects of recordings to make it as personal and human as possible, while also keeping the energy and drive of electronic music. I really hope you enjoy it as much as I do.”
If this track is any indication of what is to come, one thing is certain: Kasbo’s first album will be wildly intuitive and wise beyond its years. In support of his debut album, Kasbo is also embarking on his first headlining North American tour this March, with the final stop appearances at both weekends of Electric Forest in late June.
“Places We Don’t Know” Tour Dates:
4/6 – Minneapolis, MN – Amsterdam
4/7 – Chicago, IL – Chop Shop
4/8 – 4/9 – Phoenix, AZ – Phoenix Lights
4/13 – Boulder, CO – Fox Theatre
4/19 – Brooklyn, NY – Baby’s All Right
4/20 – Boston, MA – Sonia’s
4/21 – Toronto, ON – Velvet Underground
4/26 – Portland, OR – Holocene
4/27 – Vancouver, BC – Celebrities
4/28 – Seattle, WA – Neumos
5/4 – San Francisco, CA – The Independent
5/5 – Los Angeles, CA – Teragram
5/18 – 5/20 – Gulf Shores, AL – Hangout Fest
6/14 – 6/17 – Firefly Music Festival
6/21 – 6/25 – Rothbury, MI – Electric Forest
6/28 – 7/2 – Rothbury, MI – Electric Forest
Sweden’s Kasbo is back with what we think might be his best song yet. It’s called “Aldrig Mer” and features impressive vocals by the artist, Tender. Together these two are definitley a great team, Tender’s vocals fit Kasbo’s slick production style perfectly. We would love to see more collaboration between them down the line. Kasbo starts things
Throughout 2017, Adrian Galvin — the Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter behind the indietronica-project Yoke Lore — dropped off a slew of electrifying takes on his 2017 originals “Goodpain,” “Only You,” and “World Wings.”
Now, Yoke Lore’s dropped off an official remix package for the number. Goodpain Remix is a cathartic assemblage of Yoke Lore’s work and presents a charming spectrum of electronica offerings. There are also never before heard takes on the record, including “Level Tools” from the electronic South African and Californian duo AMINA! and “World Wings,” from the textural synth-pop outfit Blackbird Blackbird which echoes satiny sonic sentiments similar to chillwave’s pioneer, Washed Out.
Joywave has dropped off an exclusive pairing of Spotify Singles ahead of the 2018 leg of their headlining “Thanks. Thanks For Coming” tour. The multi-track treat includes an in-studio version of “Doubt” off their 2017 album Content, which did exceptionally well on iTunes‘ Alternative Album chart. The new Spotify Singles also features a dazzling cover of the English rock band Talk Talk’s early single “Life’s What You Make It.”
In February, Joywave will hit the road with singer-songwriter Sasha Sloan and the electronic-rock outfit KOPPS, stopping in slew of cities across the US.
Joywave 2018 Tour Dates:
Sat 02.10 – Las Vegas, NV @ The Bunkhouse
Sun 02.11 – Phoenix, AZ @ The Crescent Ballroom
Tue 02.13 – West Hollywood, CA @ The Roxy Theatre
Thu 02.15 – Santa Ana, CA @ Constellation Room
Fri 02.16 – San Francisco, CA @ Swedish American Hall
Sun 02.18 – Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile (SOLD OUT)
Tue 02.20 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Urban Lounge
Wed 02.21 – Denver, CO @ Globe Hall
Thu 02.22 – Denver, CO @ Globe Hall (SOLD OUT)
Sat 02.24 – Austin, TX @ The Parish
Sun 02.25 – New Orleans, LA @ Gasa Gasa
Tue 02.27 – Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West
Wed 02.28 – Nashville, TN @ The Basement East
Fri 03.02 – Carrboro, NC @ Cat’s Cradle
Sat 03.03 – Washington, DC @ U Street (SOLD OUT)
Tue 03.06 – Toronto, ON @ Adelaide Hall
Wed 03.07 – Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom
Today marks the newest single release from Swedish producer Sad Eye, and the track is sounding special. Made in collaboration with producer Ted Nights and vocals from Swedish Red Elephant, “Chemistry” is the ideal way to end the week. Using instrumentals that include stunning trumpets and glistening chord progressions, “Chemistry” is all about embracing bad
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