Tag Archive: quirky pop

Cash+David – Pulse (single) (+)

Back in February we reviewed the debut single Funn from London electro-pop duo Cash+David. The single went top 10 on Hype Machine, was championed by Lauren Laverne on 6Music, and accompanied by a… Continue reading

Cosmo Sheldrake – The Moss / Solar (single) (paradYse / Transgressive Records)

Now, here’s a unique little record. The Moss, along with b-side Solar, is the forthcoming debut single from 24 year-old London-based multi-instrumentalist and producer Cosmo Sheldrake. And what a quirky little thing it… Continue reading

Letters to Fiesta – Aphorism (EP) (Sideways Saloon)

Having spent the past couple of years developing and refining their sound, Manchester quartet Letters To Fiesta released their first single “Mesosphere” back in December 2012 and are readying the release of their… Continue reading

Samaris – Viltu Vitrast (single) (One Little Indian Records)

Back in July the Icelandic teenage trio Samaris released their self-titled debut album. Their debut album is made up of the band’s two Icelandic-released EPs, ‘Hljóma Þú’ from 2011 and ‘Stofnar falla’ from 2012,… Continue reading

Andrew Wyatt – Descender (album) (Downtown Records)

What a quirky little record this is… ‘Descender’ is the debut album from Andrew Wyatt, better known as the front man in Swedish indie electro-pop band Miike Snow. Listeners might be surprised to find… Continue reading