Monday, 12 November 2012

DIGITAL WORDS / IDOL's Top Five: Music Tracks

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Indiana – Blind As I Am
This piece of haunting, soulful electro comes from Indiana, an upcoming singer-songwriter from Nottingham who will be releasing this as her debut on NO ROMEO Records next week. The video is every bit as eerie as it’s soundtrack with filming having taken place during the night at a disbanded school. 

Tensnake Featuring Syron – Mainline 
Unashamed old school ‘90s house anthem vibes and aesthetics flood this collaboration between German nu-disco DJ Tensnake and teenage South London songstress Syron. This is your new guilty pleasure.



Milo Greene – What’s The Matter
LA newcomers Milo Greene are making subtle but sizeable waves with their stirring indie folk that calls for comparisons to Fleet Foxes. They’re already making a name for themselves Stateside having toured with the likes of Grouplove and The Civil Wars. Now they’re launching their rich melodies here in the UK with this, their first single, being released next week and their self-titled debut album expected to drop sometime in January 2013. 


Flight Facilities – Clair De Lune
A Debussy-inspired darkened soundscape is the latest release from mysterious Australian duo Flight Facilities. Complemented by vocals from New York talent Christine Hoberg, this track is a serene seven minutes of atmospheric calm. Listen here: http://soundcloud.com/flightfacilities/flight-facilities-clair-de-1
Sky Ferreira – Sad Dream
One of the more unexpected tracks from Sky Ferreira’s Ghost EP is the next to get a single release. The downcast, acoustic ballad Sad Dream is accompanied by a video starring a gun toting, shop lifting and forlorn Ferreira. 


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