IOTAPHI’s electro-noir art project, Kloudland, is threatening to take the world apart

Taking fashion style tips from Sia and music style tips from Nils Frahm, electronic duo IOTAPHI are putting the world and all its values under a musical microscope with their debut EP, Kloudland. From the depths of Ibiza’s valley and with roots in Athens, the duo has arisen on a pilgrimage of cinematic landscapes, disturbing … Continue reading IOTAPHI’s electro-noir art project, Kloudland, is threatening to take the world apart

The sound of summer is here a few months early with Jonny Dee’s The Human Experience

Music has provided and created many forms of escape for both artists and fans, a way to remove yourself from a world that just isn’t what you need it to be in the moment. So much focus has been put into creating musical worlds to hide in that a niche market has been left for … Continue reading The sound of summer is here a few months early with Jonny Dee’s The Human Experience

Slim Loris as you’ve never heard them before in new EP, Wild & Untamed

Music is evolution in the form of sound. Just because a band or artist may begin as one particular genre or style does not mean they should be pigeonholed, their wings clipped before they have even begun to soar. Instead we should encourage their musical creativity and welcome any change they go through with open … Continue reading Slim Loris as you’ve never heard them before in new EP, Wild & Untamed

The album we’ve all been waiting for, Wartoad’s What Rough Beasts

After demanding the spotlight only in late 2017, Wartoad’s highly anticipated album What Rough Beasts is here and it’s everything you would and wouldn’t expect. Already having a pretty indecent reputation for their Christmas cover of ‘Merry Christmas Everybody’ and their debut original single ‘I Alone Can Fix It’, we’ve all been left to guess … Continue reading The album we’ve all been waiting for, Wartoad’s What Rough Beasts