London based RnB Singer Wolfie has been releasing music without any pre-planned strategy or announcements for the last two months. She chose to share new track “Drifting” today because the moon crosses the ecliptic tonight, which aligns the planets in her favour. There’s something to be admired about such a Continue Reading
Foxes dropped by BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge today and performed a cover of Ed Sheeran’s “Photograph”. Besides adding a different instrumental arrangement, Foxes rendition retained the emotion of Ed Sheeran’s original. It’s hard to out do some one as brilliant as Sheeran, but Foxes certainly did the song justice. Continue Reading
In 2012, husband and wife team Jess and Jonny Dustow created lifestyle and adventure blog Rebel On A Rainbow (ROAR). Sick of the rat race, they decided to live a lifestyle that allowed them to focus on what they found important; encompassing their sense of adventure. Dusty Boots is the moniker Continue Reading
Alina Baraz and Galimatias recently released their video for former Song of The Day and new single “Fantasy”. The song is the lead single from the duo’s debut Urban Flora EP, which will be released on August 14th. You can pre-order the EP now on iTunes.
Last month Kiiara emerged from nowhere with debut track “Gold”, which at the time of writing is fast approaching 800,000 plays on soundcloud. The Illinois based singer is back with another gem, new track “Tennessee”. Following his electro/ RnB production on Kiiara’s debut, she once again links up with producer Felix Snow Continue Reading
Following the success of “Lean On” Major Lazer and MØ linked up once again for a cover of Frank Ocean’s “Lost”. They’ve given the song a Reggae spin which surprisingly works wonderfully. You can download the song for free below. It would be nice if Frank fulfils his promise and Continue Reading
The LOFT (Cristian Gomez and Jose Machin) describe themselves as an, “experimental RnB project from Miami,” and that’s quite fitting. New single “Streets” mixes RnB with Indie instrumentation and a dark vibe. If The Weeknd’s music was more Indie, then it would probably sound like this. If you’re in Miami Continue Reading