Warm synths, bubbly trumpets and some smooth chopped female ‘mmm-mmm’s come together in this new Annie-Mac-approved banger courtesy of deep house producer Duke Dumont. A listener at the end of the radio rip describes it as ‘digital sunshine’ – I couldn’t put it better myself.
The ‘I Feel Love’-inspired pulsing synth will make you want to hit the dancefloor. Meanwhile the psych rock guitars and vocals will make you want to hit the bong (that's the second week in a row I've mentioned bongs - I'm not a complete stoner I promise). Either way, you’ll want to hit the replay button afterwards.
The 1975 wish they had grooves like this. Most corrugated roofs don’t have grooves this deep. That’s right, this Brighton band have got grooves. And their frontwoman has a super voice.
We've all experienced waking up face-first in a pool of vomit before. Well maybe not all of us. FOR ME ITS JUST ANOTHER REGULAR MORNING. Anyhow, that invigorating feeling of waking up in a faceful of vomit is the feeling that NY rock trio aptly-named Vomitface certainly seem to have nailed down. The Nirvana undertones are strong – frontman Jared’s vocals taking inspiration from Cobain, only more tortured and dejected. The screamed line ‘Hooray for Me!’ couldn’t sound any less jubilant.