Wednesday, 18 May 2016

Check It Out #20 (18/05/16)

1. Born Too Loose - Leo Skywell
Gothenburg, Sweden, native Leo Skywell made his debut as a solo artist in 2015 with 'Leisure/Desperation'. He then went on tour through the vast country, wrote new material and then joined forces with Kristian Anttila. A few months into 2016, we're approaching his debut EP, 'Time Will Darken It' (27th May), and this is his new single. 



2. Auxiliary Love - 5 Dollar Shakes

Irish indie rockers 5 Dollar Shakes, have just released their latest single from their recently released EP 'Come & See Enough To Stay'. The young five piece have a similar sound to Frightened Rabbit, Biffy Clyro and Wolf Alive, tense rhythms, guitar switching from shimmering to savage and anthem choruses... 



3. Sommer - AyOwA

AyOwA is Danish duo, Nicolai Kornerup and Hannah Schneider. Recorded in a suburb basement in Copenhagen, during a summer that never really started, but left the duo experimenting over a modular synth and some old reel-to-reels, they wrote 'Sommer', in a dark, electronic melancholic rush of happiness... 



4. Found - Seramic

Seramic returns with brand new track, 'Found', and is the title track from his debut EP. It's a soulful, energy-filled track that is getting a lot of support nationwide, and for obvious reasons - it's a great song! Seramic will also be playing his first headline London show at The Waiting on 21st June, so if you like what you hear - be sure to grab a ticket! (here)



5. Runner - My Heart The Brave

This is My Heart The Brave's first release since his 2014 critically acclaimed debut EP, bringing together contrasting elements from techno, alternative pop, as well as a background as a classical pianist. My Heart The Brave is the brainchild of Danish producer and songwriter Caspar Hesselager, if you like Elliott Smith, Empire of the Sun, and Royksopp, you'll like this track! 



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