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Frequency Cowboy shares new single ‘Control’


“The classically trained pianist is making waves with his own blend of idiosyncratic pop.(…)”Control” boasts a catchy, classic piano-and-guitar instrumental, and paired with Sam Hurt’s golden vocal, results in a tight indie-pop offering perfect for summer.”

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Frequency Cowboy is the pseudonym for Somerset-based multi-instrumentalist and singer Sam Hurt. He has recently shared his single ‘Control’ which is set to drop on August 4th via Dactyl Spondee Records.

Premiered by The Line of Best Fit, the track features a Wurlitzer piano as a core instrument, and is characterised by a distinctly 90’s feel.

Hurt cites a wide array of influences ranging from Beck, Talking Heads and The Police, to Sir Was, Sonic Youth and Northern Soul, and ‘Control’ effectively conveys his affinity for these artists while still maintaining a unique blend of idiosyncratic indie-pop.

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Foster The People release track ahead of new album

Foster The People have shared “Sit Next to Me” from their forthcoming album, Sacred Hearts Club. The album is set to be released on July 21st and will be followed by an extensive touring schedule.

Prior to this, “Doing It For the Money,” “Pay The Man” and “SHC” were shared, which were originally thought to be part of an EP, so the news was well received when the band announced a full album release.

Pre-Order here and check out their tour dates here.

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Red Axes release 70’s inspired video for ‘Into Your Arms’

Tel Aviv duo Red Axes have released their their 70’s inspired video for ‘Into your Arms’ – a psychedelic ballad featuring vocals by Adi Bronicki, from their upcoming album The Beach Goths, due out August 11 on Garzen Records.

The nostalgia infused video has been directed by the band’s Dori Sadovnik and co-directed and shot by Parisian model and actress Gaia Weiss.

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Watch Pressyes’s Psychedelic New Video ‘Touch The Sky’


“A sublime soundscape embodied with a reminiscence of the big pop days of the 70’s, while scattered with lush textures and psychedelia”


PRESSYES is the new project of Vienna-based musician René Mühlberger who previously toured Europe with well-known Austrian bands. Hidden away from the public’s eyes and ears, sheltered in his studio behind a stash of analog synthesisers and equipment, Mühlberger has been working on bringing his vision of summery and sparkly yet psychedelic pop tunes to life. 

‘Touch The Sky’ is his debut single, accompanied by an artsy video with dreamy visuals. The stellar new track was self produced by Mühlberger himself and follows his well-received collaboration with Austrian trio Gudrun von Laxenburg on track “Just Can’t Get Enough feat. PRESSYES” (Skint Records).

Says PRESSYES of the single, ““Touch The Sky” played a very strong role in defining the overall sound for PRESSYES. It started off as a very simple acoustic psychedelic tune 2 years ago – and suddenly turned into a groovy hip hop influenced track after making up my vintage Ludwig drum set and boosting it through an old cassette tape machine. The lyrics for the song were never really written – they were just improvised while singing the first take. And that’s what the song is all about: letting the mind breathe instead of overthinking”.

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