Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Check It Out #27 (21/09/16)

1. Thantos - Zeitgeist
Leeds based progressive rock trio, Zeitgeist, are getting ready to unleash their unique 'terrorjazz' all over the place. 'Thantos' is their debut single and is self-admiteddly their heaviest track they've ever played. It's a fantastic taster of what's to come in the future from Aleks (keys), Sam (electric bass), and Tom (drums)...



2. Another World - Ofelia K
Ofelia K's music has received spins from Annie Mac on BBC Radio 1, over 2 million Spotify plays, and features on multiple television shows. 'Chaos Cave' is her new EP and features five song, each bringing a different mood and style to the body of work. 'Another World' is the lead track and is a stunning song, pop with hints of alternative folk, added strings, powerful beats and Ofelia's whispery vocals. Enjoy! 


3. This Is The News Today - Helene Greenwood
'This Is The News Today' is the new single from cult singer/songwriter, Helene Greenwood, and is taken from her new album 'Exquisitely Hopeless' (out 7th Oct). This track showcases Helene's frank lyricism and atmospheric sound, subtle addition of saxophone and delicate synths. With nods to the likes of Julia Holter and Joanna Newson, Helene's music - and especially this track - has a dusty, ethereal feel to it... 


4. Oh Daisy - Hunter & The Bear
'Oh Daisy' is the new single from Hunter & The Bear, a band currently setting the standard if the contemporary UK rock scene. They received air time on Bob Harris' BBC Radio 2 show, supported Eric Clapton on his recent arena tour. With an anthemic chorus and electrifying instrumentation throughout, this is a great single that tie together rock and country in a brilliant way. 


5. Crest Of A Wave - Big Wave Riders
Big Wave Riders hail from Helsinki, Finland. They are inspired by waves, echoes and experimental rhythms with an electronic touch - which is apparent by their music. 'Crest Of A Wave' is about ochrasy; the feeling that everything is possible and open for exploration. Not always waiting for something more but truly living in the moment - listening to this makes you want to do just that. 


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