CRUSHING - KESMAR
After playing folk music for a decade, Kesmar has hung up his guitar to start on a new chapter. With ‘Crushing’, Kesmar introduces his new chapter into disco music, filled with synthesizers, drum-pads and his addictively funky guitar play.
MORPHINE - TORA
The 4-piece electronic band Tora originates from Byron Bay, Australia. The group consists of multi-instrumentalists, singer-songwriters, and producers with a wide musical palette. Infusing graceful vocals with a smoothly layered production and instrumentation ‘Morphine’ is reminiscent of the likes of Radiohead, James Blake and even a bit like the American DJ, ZHU.
IT MUST BE LUCK - SONS OF THE EAST
Sons Of The East, a small indie-folk band from Australia, is growing bigger and bigger. Their new EP: 'Burn Right Through’ advocates for their growth into modern indie-folk. ‘It Must Be Luck’ is an intimate song with a motley acoustic-electric sound. Soulful, joyous and irresistible; the band's unique and charismatic trademark.
NO GEOGRAPHY - THE CHEMICAL BROTHERS
After 4 years, The Chemical Brothers are back with a brand new album. 'No Geography' shows that the band still holds tight to their roots in dance revolution, but -at the same time- isn't hesitant to leap forward into undiscovered musical terrain. 'No Geography' is a song that is led by an 80’s dance-beat and anthemic synthesizers to guide you through unexplored soundscapes.
GIANTS - JUNG
‘Jung’ consists of the two Swedish brothers, Henrik and Tom. The two have been making music throughout their whole life, but have only recently teamed up together as a two-man ensemble. With Tom’s falsetto and Henrik's melodies, ‘Giants’ tunes into the sound of the 2018 version of Bon Iver meets OneRepublic.