Partner have song of the day with ‘Ambassador to Ecstasy’
This energetic new single is taken from their new album ‘In Search of Lost Time’ which is out now.
The last song of the day was The Lines by Low Island. To hear all of the songs from 2017 check out the playlist below:
The Lines by Oxford based Low Island is song of the day. Listen to the track below:
Low Island have an upcoming ‘Low Island & friends’ tour which is an unconventional and immersive bill of mixed collaborative art forms (which could stretch from dance to theatre to animation) alongside their own headline set and guest DJs.
7th – Middlesbrough, Twisterella
13th – Glasgow, Stereo (Low Island & Friends show)
14th – Leeds, Headrow House (Low Island & Friends show)
21st – Oxford, Ritual Union Festival (Low Island & Friends afterparty)
22nd – Primavera Club, Barcelona, Spain (not yet annouced)
November – Low Island & Friends shows
3rd – Bristol, Crofters Rights
8thLondon, Corsica Studios (support by Our Mother)
9th – London, Corsica Studios (support by Stereo Honey)
10th – Manchester, Deaf Institute
Benjamin Clementine has song of the day with ‘Quintessence’. This track is taken from his upcoming ‘I Tell a Fly’ album, out 29th September. It’s a lovely, stripped back piece that hopefully gives an insight into what the album will be like.
Listen to the track below and check out his tour dates for the Winter.
30 Brighton, UK, Dome Concert Hall
01 Birmingham, UK, Town Hall
03 Leeds, UK, O2 Academy
04 Manchester, UK, The Ritz
05 London, UK, Brixton Academy
06 Gateshead, UK, Sage
08 Bristol, UK, Colston Hall
Some Reason by Hazey Eyes is song of the day:
Multi-instrumentalist Hazey Eyes features vocalist FEELDS on this chill new single. You can listen to his debut EP ‘ Goodbye’ here.
The last song of the day was Bike Dream by Rostam. You can hear all of the tracks from 2017 in the playlist below:
Today marks the 10th birthday of Manchester art-pop lads Everything Everything. Fresh off the back of their latest album ‘A Fever Dream’ – let’s have a look at their 10 best tracks so far. (In alphabetical order)
With it’s almost rapped verses and with great harmonies on the chorus, Blast Doors is EE running at full speed.
Featuring some of the best drums in any song ever, Cough Cough is the pounding first track on Arc.
The second single taken from ‘A Fever Dream’ proves that EE can still make catchy choruses with a sense of urgency about them after a decade.
The lead single from 3rd album Get to Heaven, Distant Past was a vibrant insight into what the following album would bring. What a banger.
Duet shows off the versatility of Everything Everything. An emotional, developing track backed with strings was one of the standouts on Arc.
Final Form is far the band’s most emotional track, really showing off Jonothan Higgs’ vocals.
My Kz, Ur Bf
An example of what EE do best, My Kz is a weird one but still has an amazingly infectious melody.
“It’s alright to feel like a fat child in a pushchair old enough to run, old enough to fire a gun.”
Photoshop Handsome was the breakout hit for Everything Everything, it’s witty lyrics and 8-bit sounding synths still standing up to their recent releases.
Another early single from Man Alive, Schoolin stands out as one of the strongest from that album, especially with its annoyingly catchy whistle.
Listen to everything by Everything Everything below: