Singer, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Lee Triffon is about to bring you in her universe, the one where another sun
Every Wednesday on HighClouds, from now until death do us part, we publish the picky playlists of our Brussels’ friend and collaborator Deer Du Bois. He has been demonstrating a real talent in highlighting emerging and talented acts and imposes himself as a real talent-spotter. Every week, his playlist is a sharp and buzzing selection of new discoveries in indie and pop music. And lucky you: we are now your fresh and fun place to weekly seat and savor his delightful “indie.tronic.dream.pop.chill.wave” cocktail. So, do you mind a cup?
Each song deserve a good video! This is now the case for Mitski‘s latest single “Happy.” The amazing track has now a Maegan Houang-directed video that is both beautiful and macabre. If you don’t like blood, you shouldn’t watch, for the others, get ready to be surprised!
Pure Moods are a Melbourne based band who are making waves with their laid-back, nostalgic tunes. The band consist of Adam Madric, Alex Lashlie and Wyatt Knowles and “Blurb” is their first release and it just oozes with relaxed indie lo-fi vibes and that golden-locked surfer feeling you associate with Australia. A kind of Mac DeMarco on a surfboard…
Watch the new video for “Colors”, the latest release from the sensational Michael Blume. Blume burst on to the scene with his hugely popular track “Manufactured Love”. Although only releasing two tracks, he has accumulated a devout following and is already selling out gigs and being calmly compared to the likes of Frank Ocean. Which is quite something.
Toronto’s Pusher smashes his way back onto the scene just in time for summer! A previous remix of Major Lazer’s
Wild Beasts have roared back into action with the announcement of their upcoming album “Boy King” and by mauling us with a new track and an accompanying video. Their latest release “Get My Bang” is the first track off their new LP and it is an edgy and gritty track that will please all their fans.
Back in 2013, Henrik The Artist was already haunting the underground clubs with some Scandinavian friends and producers. He was only 13 (really?) … Recently, there was a speed-up for the young artist. Indeed, Annie Mac picked up his track “On The Mood” last summer for her FMM section and since then, he is releasing music via the post-internet label Activia Benz. His “Friendship EP” was released on April 1st and as our young mate is not taking himself too seriously, the date seems to have been perfectly chosen.