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Fresher Sounds - 12/01/2015

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There’s so much new music floating around the net, that it’s easy to miss all the hidden aural gems.

We’ve sifted through the sounds, from our bulging inbox and the web, so you don’t have to!

Fresher Sounds is our new weekly round-up of some of the hottest new tracks we’ve heard. 

Red Pill - All Of Us

With this old school hip hop cut, Detroit rapper Red Pill addresses the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown. Apollo Brown's production smooth soul samples lift Red Pill's lyrics for a powerful commentary on the racial tensions in the United States.

H Grimace - Immaterial Girl

Early 90s indie rock is so IN right now and London’s H Grimace bring this sound up-to-date with their latest track ‘Immaterial Girl.’ Taken from their forthcoming album I Am Material, the track is a gloomy, bass-led haze of distortion.  

The Dodos - Retriver

San Francisco two-piece The Dodos have offered a glimpse of their forthcoming album with ‘Retriver,’ a distorted, energetic slice of indie rock. The fuzzy guitar and polished vocal harmonies are filled with an infectious optimism.

Indian Wells - Alcantara

With his LP Pause on the horizon, Electronic producer Indian Wells has revealed his latest track 'Alcantara'. The Italian’s production is minimal with a soulful edge, creating an atmospheric, soothing sound.

The Amazing - The Headless Boy

This understated, breezy track by Swedish folk collective The Amazing is charming in its melancholia. Taken from their third album, Picture You, the acoustic track uses dreamy harmonies and stripped back instrumentation to perfectly convey the reflective sorrow of the lyrics.

Terror Pigeon - The Internet

The new track by Nashville's Terror Pigeon is in stark contrast to anything they’ve previously released. The bombastic exuberance that characterised their previous work has given way to a delicate, plaintive piece of electro-pop.  

Mesita - The Villain

This dramatic track by Colorado’s Mesita is reminiscent of Imagine Dragon’s ‘Radioactive’ with its crushing bass, expansive instrumentation and infectious vocals. Taken from his new album, The Phoenix, James Cooley is at his best when he is at his angriest.

Japanese Wallpaper - Between Friends (Anatole Remix)

'Between Friends'by Australian wonderkid Japanese Wallpaper is a beautiful song in its own right, but the remix by Anatole has offered an entirely fresh take on the ambient original. The downtempo number has been replaced with bouncy, infectious instrumentation, bringing it into a whole new context.




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