Haven’t heard from the people over at Jellyfish Recordingsin quite some time now but they’ve finally got some new music to share.
Introduce your ears to Vancouver native, Noble Oak, who simultaneously creates expansive, wonky instrumentals combined with a gritty downtempo style. Grab the first single, “Blue Dream,” before his debut drops on the 16th. I just love this brand of synth-pop, be sure to explore more on your own.
First, I need to just say wow. I haven’t checked back into the Andrew Belle world in quite awhile and to hear that extended low end underneath the mix is something I wasn’t expecting.
I can’t exactly put my finger on it, but he’s certainly walking into a new direction and “Pieces” is a wonderful introduction into Belle’s new sonic landscape. I love the added production with the synths and subtle gazey-tones.
Watch Andrew and his band perform the track live at Destiny Studiosdown in Nashville, and be sure to grab your own copy of his newest album, Black Bear.
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Sweet vocals, dreamy choruses and oscillating synths..Stockholm’s electro duo W&Ikeep producing weighty anthems. I’m really impressed with what these two are doing. Here’s hoping they make their way across the Atlantic Ocean – until then, keep track of them here.
I don’t think we’ve ever featured a cassette-only indie label here on what’s protocol?before but, there’s always a first for everything right?
Introducing Buddha Tapes, referenced before when we’ve featured artists Psittacines and Hectic Zeniths in the past, this little tape label is based out of Virginia doing some very special things. With a few releases under their belts, they’ve finally got another one to be proud of.
Wax Monstersare a dynamic synth-pop duo coming out of Ohio with a brand new self-titled full length album that recently dropped. Each track has got a different mood and tone keeping you fully aware of all of the tempo shifts. Available on gorgeous (and limited!) blue cassette, stream the release below and grab your tape here.
And be sure to keep Buddha Tapeson your radar and check out the rest of their releases here.
Atmospheric and incredibly spatial, Porcelain Raft’s instrumentals take our ears and mind far beyond average reach. The textures and layers alone really take hold of your attention but what I’m really impressed with is the sort of orchestrated sound, the ebb and flow of each track from start to finish.
Intro song, “Playground,” starts off momentous then dropping us right into, “Off Track,” which plays well behind headphones with flickering heavy tones and thick synthesizers. I really enjoy the entire mood of the EP and its listenability. Stream the entire thing below and be sure to check out more of his work here.
Trap music and everything right, Keys N Krates, hit the percussion super hard and snappy. This Toronto trio have finally find the key ingredients for their sound with their latest EP drop, Lucid Dreams, which is nothing short of a complete banger.
Making moves over the past couple of years with their relentless energy, eclectic individual styles and backgrounds, and just the right blend of hip-hop and electronic – Keys N Krates have elevated their craft.
Listen to Lucid Dreams in its entirety below and be sure to grab the free download off of their Facebook. Enjoy.
Philadelphia’s own Lockets have certainly released a gem of a debut back in July. Camera Shy is full of lush and dreamy synth pop, female vocals that balance on the ethereal side, and wonderful instrumentation.
Being such a solid debut, Camera Shy, can only serve as a launching pad for this group. With their eclectic and confident sound, I’m excited to see the progression and direction they decide to take next. Listen below and be sure to grab your limited vinyl that’s now available here.