The Neighbourhood – Lurk

Hailing from California, The Neighbourhood have been exposing the world to their style of music that stands it’s own. Following on from the release of debut album I Love You, the band are on the… Continue reading

London Grammar – Sights

New week and new music from British trip-hop trio, London Grammar. Taken from the stunning If You Wait album, the breathtaking Sights gets the visual treatment. Directed by Giorgio Testi the band are shown performing the song… Continue reading

Sons Et Al – Day By Day

Formed in 2012, Sons Et Al are a young four-piece from Melbourne. The band’s steady rise has seen them sell out their one and only tour and last month the lads released the eagerly awaited… Continue reading

Loadstar – Stepped Outside

As has been stated on SoS in the past, there’s definitely something in the Bristol water system. The city has consistently produced a wealth of musical talent and Loadstar are no exception. As a… Continue reading

Jhené Aiko – Comfort Inn Ending (Freestyle)

Late 2013 saw singer-songwriter Jhené Aiko release the fabulous Sail Out EP. The visuals for the stunning No I.D. produced Comfort Inn Ending (Freestyle), which is one of the highlights of the record, recently saw… Continue reading

Kano – The King’s Speech feat. Ghetts

Over the years the quality of Kano’s musical output has been of the highest standard. Hot off the press the British emcee has just unveiled latest track titled The King’s Speech. Produced by… Continue reading

SZA – Warm Winds feat. Isaiah Rashad

Following the release of solid, debut album Z, SZA has taken the wraps off album cut, Warm Winds featuring Isaiah Rashad. The track is produced by Mac Miller and video directed by SZA & APLUS FILMZ.

Sunni Colón – Voyage/Lightyears

Straight out California is 22 year old producer/singer/rapper Sunni Colón. After a brief hiatus the young artist recently returned with the beautiful Voyage/Lightyears.

Vladimir – Born Slippy

Hailing from Dundee, young metal band Vladimir are making a name for themselves for their 70s post-punk influenced music. Originally by Underworld, the band have recorded their own version of Born Slippy. Hit play… Continue reading

Kwabs – Something Right

Soul singer Kwabs today took the wraps off yet more new music. The SOHN produced Something Right will be included on the Pray for Love EP due May 20.

Taylor McFerrin – The Antidote feat. Nai Palm

Taylor McFerrin’s forthcoming debut album is on the horizon and what better way to whet our appetite than with a single. On the hazy, bugged out funk of The Antidote, Taylor is joined… Continue reading

Jakwob – Somebody New feat. Tiffani Juno

Jakwob‘s latest single has been doing the rounds for a few months now, but today sees the official release Somebody New featuring Tiffani Juno. The remix package features alternate versions from the likes… Continue reading

Sam Smith – Stay With Me (Shy FX remix)

With the release of British singer Sam Smith’s debut album In The Lonely Hour on the horizon, his forthcoming single gets the remix treatment. Drum & Bass/Jungle legend Shy FX transforms Stay With Me… Continue reading

#BlastFromThePast Brian Auger, Julie Driscoll x The Trinity – Indian Rope Man (1969)

It’s been a long time coming, but welcome to the (re)birth of new feature, #BlastFromThePast. These posts will be dedicated to older music that has had a positive impact on our musical lives. This blog… Continue reading

Ratking – So Sick Stories feat. King Krule

New York collective Ratking consists of producer Sporting Life alongside rappers Wiki and Hak. With their filthy, aggressive style of hip hop getting them recognised for all the right reasons, in just a matter of… Continue reading