Vibez Release Radar
Updated: Sep 16, 2020
Welcome to one of the first Release Radar, where we pick out our favourite releases we have noticed this week.
Valencia James - Friend I Can't Keep
Following the success of her EP 'Light and Shade', Valencia James is back with her new single 'Friend I Can't Keep'.
The latest track embarks on the questions between love, friendship and romance; which sees Valencia dip into emotions that are avoided by people.
'Friend I Can't Keep' signals a new era for Valencia James, aligning EDM influences alongside her signature dark-pop voice.
Grace Bland - Human
Yes, we are late to the party for this one, but Grace Bland has flourished with her second single to date 'Human'.
The catchy and honest indie-pop track has become a summer favourite for listeners through light, acoustic and candid lyrics.
Following the success of her recent single from featuring on Spotify's New Pop UK to being named Record of the Week by BBC Introducing Radio Solent; Grace Bland has one hell of a future ahead of her.
Dirty Freud - Intentions
Boundary-pushing, genre-clashing, 'Intentions' is blended with abstract rhythms, cryptic vocals and cataclysmic beats that offer a glimpse of his upcoming EP 'Love In The Backwater'.
Dirty Freud has created a reverberating echo chamber of post-Dub Step filled with electronics and dark soundscape; that flows alongside the unearthly vocalist Szou.
With the success of his cutting-edge productions and gracing stages across Glastonbury, Reading and Boomtown. Dirty Freud is embarking on a dystopian journey.
Only Sun - Bad Decisions
One of the hottest and most talked indie band out there, Only Sun have returned with their latest single 'Bad Decisions'.
Resolving around the feeling of waking up the morning after a heavy night out - too familiar for everyone's ears - nevertheless, the track reminds you of a good night.
Fulfilled with electric riffs and killer beats that fit for a perfect indie anthem.
Chappaqua Wrestling - The Rift
Forming in late 2017 the Brighton-based band have championed the music industry and 'The Rift' once again proves they are not here to mess around.
With bluster rhythms and piercing riffs, Chappaqua Wrestling have created a grungy punk-driven anthem that taps into dark energies of our society.
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