Tag Archive: Zane Lowe

Eric Prydz – Liberate (single) (Pryda)

There’s many sides to the music of Eric Prydz. While always retaining his unmistakable sound, there’s the Kraftwerk-esque, arpeggiated-synth work of Glimma and Emos, the big-room sounds of Lycka and F.A.T., the chill-out… Continue reading

SOAK – Blud (Chvrches Remix) (single) (Goodbye Records)

The first signing to Chvrches’ Goodbye Records is the talented, 17-year-old, Irish songwriter, SOAK (real name Bridie Monds-Watson). SOAK’s new single, Blud (watch the video below), has already gone Top 10 on Hype Machine,… Continue reading

Radkey – Cat & Mouse (EP) (Wreckroom Records)

Come meet your new favourite band. Radkey, a trio of teenage brothers from mid-west America, blend of driving rock ‘n’ roll and incendiary punk and are causing a stir both sides of the… Continue reading

North Atlantic Oscillation – Chirality (single) (Kscope)

Championed by the likes of Elbow’s Guy Garvey, Marc Riley, Zane Lowe, BBC Scotland, and BBC Introducing amongst others, North Atlantic Oscillation are an Edinburgh based post-progressive rock and electronica act made up… Continue reading

Pryda – Power Drive (single) (Pryda Recordings)

Swedish progressive-house master Eric Prydz aka Pryda is back, this time with an old-school raving classic. Pete Tong has of course been playing this number for a couple of weeks and now Zane… Continue reading

Theme Park – Theme Park (album) (Transgressive Records)

For the past 18 months or so Theme Park have been one of the hottest tipped acts in the U.K.  Following the release of their debut single back in August of 2011 (“A… Continue reading

The 1975 – Sex (EP) (Dirty Hit Records)

Quick history: from 2005 until 2010 the Manchester quartet were known as Drive Like I Do then disappeared, reformed and reemerged briefly as B I G S L E E P before changing… Continue reading

Muse – Survival (single) (Warner Bros. Records)

‘Survival’ – the official song for the London 2012 Olympics – was debuted today (June 27, 2012) during Zane Lowe’s program on BBC 1 Radio. The word ‘massive’ simply wouldn’t do the justice… Continue reading