Music Video of the Day: Hedge Fund “What You’re Hiding” (2016)

This is a tune that comes jam-packed with brooding swagger that has had us hooked. Hedge Fund have stepped up once more with new single “What You’re Hiding” in fusing some cool post-punk waves in Mislav Belobrajdic‘s guitar and William Colvin‘s strangely hypnotic vocals and songwriting, with a tight musical execution reminiscent of some darker new-wave bands coming into…

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Single of the Day: Unknown Mortal Orchestra “First World Problem” (2016)

A year since the release of their incredible third record Multi-Love, Unknown Mortal Orchestra have returned with the killer single “First World Problem”. Singer Ruban Nielson‘s voice takes command of this song, floating over Prince-esque guitars and the classic UMO blend of unconventional drum sounds and synths. Check out “First World Problem” here. Find Unknown…

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Single of the Day: Yoste “Haku” (2016)

Today’s single of the day comes from Brisbane-based solo producer and songwriter Yoste. His latest release in a string of singles is “Haku”, a track led by minimalistic percussion, dreamy synth pads reminiscent of Tycho and lead synths full of Japanese Wallpaper vibes. Vocals take a backseat in this track, adding to the soundscape more than acting…

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Single of the Day: Beck “Wow” (2016)

After the melancholic Morning Phase released in 2014, Beck‘s last single “Dreams” came as a pleasant surprise; upbeat Beck is back. His new release, “Wow” is no exception, with Beck’s lazy rapping and beats making a comeback. We’re hoping we’ll get an album entirely of this sort of sound and songwriting sometime this year, but for now we’ll…

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