Savoir Adore: Dreamers
The standout on the debut album of the self-described fantasy pop duo of Paul Hammer and Deidre Muro is a catchy, uplifting indie pop song.
Natural Child: Laid, Paid, Strange
Good ol’ rock n roll that never fails to thrill, by a prolific and promising Tennessee trio.
Django Django: Default
Brilliant, mind bending psychedelic, alt pop. Every time I hear this song I fall in love with it a little bit more.
Bahamas: Lost In The Light
This is just such a beautiful love song by Afie Jurvanen, sigh.
Gripping, intense yet oddly melodic and extremely addictive post punk courtesy of four ladies from the UK
Alabama Shakes: Hold On
Pretty much the song that put Alabama Shakes on the map; Brittany Howard really makes you wanna hold on
Heavy Beach: 1963
Deliciously melodic shoegazey, post punk influenced indie rock all the way from the land down under.
The XX: Fiction
Minimalistic indie electronic pop at its touching best; only the way The XX can do it.
Jessie Ware: 110%
Soft, sensual, effortless vocals on top of a funky, minimalist electro beat and with it the claim to be Sade’s successor
Fun. Feat Janelle Monae: We Are Young
Giddy, infectious, inspiring sing-a-long pop; the way it’s meant to be.