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To be the first artist featuring your native tongue – in this case, Irish Gaelic – in a mainstream video game (here, FIFA 2018) is quite a feather to have in one’s cap. Outsider is an Irish producer and multi-instrumentalist, charging onto the ...

about 16 hours ago

Wait Don’t Wait is the second full-length release by pop duo Sisters, comprising Emily Westman and Andrew Vait. It’s an experimental, quietly defiant work of quite sweeping depth that highlights the band’s interest in a range of music and ...

Oct 16, 17

Last week saw the first installment of our new 5 Top Tracks feature, which will be kept company by the Discover with DW playlist on Spotify on a weekly basis. Don’t forget to also add us on Twitter and Facebook for ad hoc news updates from ...
Phew, what a (few) weeks! DW Editor Tiffany has been away for an overdue holiday, which means the new music tips have wracked up to epic proportions. This 5 Top Tracks roundup is busting at the seems with not just one, but two weeks’ worth ...

Oct 13, 17

Meadowlark have a lot to be pleased about. With a lauded debut album under their belt and a soon-to-be sell out headline tour, 2017 has certainly been busy for partnership Dan Broadley (percussion and production) and Kate McGill (vocals and ...

Oct 12, 17

By the time the Manhattan duo had released their debut album, the continued existence of Cults already felt like a survival fight. While breakout hit and 2011 ubiquity “Go Outside” gambolled through its four minutes with the ...

Oct 11, 17

“Call me pretty before you kiss me…” Simon Pursehouse of Sentric Music Publishing was talking about the importance of aspiring new artists creating a strong first impression in reaching out to music industry professionals. ...

Oct 10, 17

There’s no way we can discuss Jersey Devil without mentioning how it’s the first album put out by Matt Mondanile since his potentially acrimonious split with Real Estate. Now, he’s been putting stuff out as Ducktails for some time, which ...

Oct 09, 17

The latest release from Weaves is an anarchy of punky pyrotechnics and a heart-racing chorus of sounds. Fans of their debut LP will still delight in the attitude that demands attention, while finding a slight variance in a new sound and line up ...

Oct 06, 17

Isaac Gracie‘s The Death Of You & I is an intoxicating mix of musical styles that sway into a lush presentation of cathartic release. The UK indie musician, known for his raw and intimate songwriting, delights the senses with this ...

Oct 06, 17

Despite the band’s grunge protestations, Wolf Alice’s second album Visions of a Life is more accurately a wraithlike vision of death and deceit, wrapped in shiny Britpop paper.
Frontwoman Ellie Rowsell’s vocals play whimsically over a ...

Oct 05, 17

Music doesn’t come much fresher than this. With her debut single “Blood and Wine” released only a few days ago and barely a trace of her online (with the exception of a few mysterious images on her Instagram page), Circe is ...

Oct 04, 17

Siv Jakobsen is something special. Her beautifully constructed debut album, The Nordic Mellow, was self-released back in August 2017 to rave reviews, including a vigorous nod from DrunkenWerewolf. Since then, Jakobsen’s occupied a corner ...

Oct 04, 17

Rob Bravery appears to have really found his sound over the last 12 months. Bristol’s answer to James Blake, the former keyboard player for Alessi’s Ark released his 2016 EP You Take Half through Sony/Insanity and has been fast ...

Oct 03, 17

Reverb. Lots of it.
To an extent, you know what you’re going to get with a Chelsea Wolfe record. Or you will do by now if you’ve ever listened to her work before. Her 6th studio full-length Hiss Spun explores a treacle-thick world ...

Oct 03, 17

Detroit hasn’t had a great time of it in recent years. It’s become so synonymous with being fucked it can even claim the inauspicious distinction of having a Wikipedia page dedicated to its decline. Not many cities can claim that, nor can they ...

Oct 02, 17

Should I release my music through a label? How do I get the attention of radio producers? What’s the best way to get gigs?
For any unsigned musicians trying to find their feet and build an audience in the all too often murky music ...

Oct 02, 17

Grace Lightman‘s blend of psych-pop has a certain faded feeling to it. While it’s pristinely produced – her latest track, “Fangs”, was worked upon by Ben Baptie (London Grammar) – you can almost hear the ...

Sep 29, 17

The term ‘tribute act’ is a powerful one. For some, it sends cringing shivers down the spine with crippling fervor. For others, it evokes a silly sensibility of mocking bands with wigs, make-up and reckless abandon. I find myself at ...

Sep 29, 17

Having just returned from visiting my granddad in Tyneside, it seems appropriate that my next recommendation is a Newcastle based artist. Baker Island is a five-piece garage noise pop band, characterised by their sharp, punchy guitar sound and ...

Aug 31, 17

Tucked away in a corner of the UK, there’s a town called Portmeirion. It’s not like the Welsh towns that surround it. Designed and built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis between 1925 and 1975, it strikes a peculiar pose on the estuary of ...

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