Fresh off a move from the Welsh hills to London, Mapstone have released a second track into the world: “Go Solo.” Fans of their cozy indie-pop debut “Shelter” will feel right at home with the warm instrumentals and bedroom production of their latest work. Give it a listen below, and those of you in the […]

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Few people have a better understanding about the difficulties that arise between socioeconomic classes than the Brits. There’s a reason George Bernard Shaw also founded the London School of Economics. John Sterry (a.k.a. BILLIONAIRE) is the latest London artist to offer his take on class struggle and what it means for individuals overstepping society’s lines. “Poverty Line” meshes […]

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Ballads should start with a slow crescendo. This rule isn’t written in stone, but everybody accepts it as fact. Well, at least LAYLA does if “Smokestacks” is any indication. The London artist’s latest track has a hazy beginning, but forty seconds in her vocals cut through the fog like a knife. The track’s replay value […]

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We’re ready to take over the world. At least that’s what The Hearts‘ debut track “Lips” has got us thinking. Sounding like an explosive cross between The Killers, U2 and Morning Parade, imagine blaring this song while driving top down through the Mojave Desert and you’d feel unstoppable too. We are very excited to see what […]

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Damon Albarn, one of the hardest working artists in music, has unveiled the first taste of his highly anticipated debut solo album, Everyday Robots. Albarn first gained fame in the mid ’90s as the lead singer of Blur, but became even more popular in America as the mastermind behind Gorillaz. Although he has been involved […]

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