ODESZA Reveal New Music Video For ‘Line Of Sight’ (feat. WYNNE & MANSIONAIR)
Touring September 2017:
Thursday September 14 – Great Hall, Auckland NZ
ODESZA (Harrison Mills, Clayton Knight) has today unveiled their new music video for ‘Line Of Sight (feat. WYNNE & Mansionair)’, a stylish, visually striking sci-fi tale shot in Hawaii.
With it’s vivid juxtaposition of sci-fi elements strewn amidst a tropical paradise, ‘Line Of Sight’ aligns ODESZA’s epic, infectious tune with the story of an unlikely bond between a boy and a robot. Directed by Daniel Brown with live-action production company UNHEARD/OF, the young protagonist’s ingenuity and sense of survival in the most isolated of sanctuaries pairs a beautiful visual accompaniment to the already cinematic track.
Check out the video for ODESZA’s “euphoric new single” (NPR Music) ‘Line Of Sight (feat WYNNE & Mansionair)’
“This record is a fantasy breakup arc and my life nearly imitated art.”- Molly Rankin, Alvvays lead singer
Canadian jangly dream-pop quartet Alvvays are due to release their second full-length, Antisocialites, on Friday September 8 on Pod via Inertia Music / Rhythmethod. Listen to first single “In Undertow” now.Continue reading →
Hazel English Shares New Single ‘More Like You’
With DIY Video Just Give In / Never Going Home EP Out May 12 on Inertia / Rhythmethod
Australia via California indie pop sensation Hazel English has shared “More Like You”, the latest taste of her forthcoming 2 x EP titled? Just Give In / Never Going Home – set for release May 12 on Pod via Inertia Music / Rhythmethod. Continue reading →
Following a hugely successful 2016, which saw her play to sold out crowds in the UK, North America and Australia, 26 year-old Australian indie sensation, Hazel English has announced a new 2 X EP titled Just Give In / Never Going Home – compiling her debut EP alongside six new tracks to make her first full LP-length release. Continue reading →
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“Gorgeous trip-hop piece where he parallels the vocal stylings of Justin Vernon
and the darkness of James Blake” – The Observer
Singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and collaborator; the mighty Ásgeir has shared brand new single “Stardust“, taken from his highly anticipated and daringly electronic second album Afterglow. “Stardust” follows on from the album’s first single “Unbound“, which has already amassed over 1.5 millionstreams on Spotify.
Earlier in the year, the mighty Ásgeir returned with brand new single “Unbound“, taken from his highly anticipated second album Afterglow, out May 5 on Pod via Inertia / Rhythmethod. Today, the trailblazing singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist has shared a brand new video for the incredible lead single, one that deals in an unknown virtual reality world, where the subjects are able to express their deepest and darkest desires through a futuristic virtual reality lens. The video explores their intertwining virtual lives, the perfect interplay between the lyric “nothing holds me back now” and a virtual world that is yet to exist. Continue reading →
Today cosmic disco punk rockers The Delta Riggs share a new single “June Gloom” off their third album Active Galactic (out now on Inertia Music), and announce additional support for their early Radio Hauraki presented Whammy Bardebut this Sunday 26th February… Continue reading →
Melbourne based singer-songwriter Ali Barter releases her highly awaited debut full-length album. Ali Barter and her guitar have been kicking around Melbourne’s music scene for a few years, collecting up rave reviews and ‘one to watch’ labels like playing cards. Perhaps fittingly for a bold, brash, ball-tearing feminist rocket, it took a song called ‘Girlie Bits’ — a song about how women are treated in the music industry, relationships and life in general — for her to burst into the heart of Australia’s music scene. Comparisons to the likes of Hole and Garbage are easy to make, but Barter’s tunes veer more to a sweet pop – infused dollop of grunge.