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Stian Vedoy Artist Of The Week: TEOSE

Artist Of The Week is TEOSE! With a style that combines Soccer Mommy’s 90s alternative musical packaging and Big Thief’s diartistic alt-folk lyrical storytelling, Glasgow-based 3 piece TEOSE produce a chimerical blend of New Wave, Dreampop and Grunge.

Listen to their latest double single, “Oh”, here:

Fronted by writer/producer Melissa Brisbane, TEOSE have been quietly making and self-releasing a series of DIY recordings while the world was on lockdown, eventually coming to the attention of UK independent record label Kaleidoscope (Callum Pitt, Grace Gillespie) at the beginning of 2021.

Their songwriting has a deceptively simple brilliance, layering fuzz-laden steady guitar riffs under joyous pop-inflected lead lines, all underpinning lyrics laced with both humour and heartache.

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Stian Vedoy Artist Of The Week: RALFY

OK folks! Brace yourself for our next Artist Of The Week! Welcome to the bizarre world of RALFY. With only 2 singles out this far, this colourful alt-pop artist has captured our hearts and turned them into mashed potatoes! Super catchy, uptempo songs that makes you instantly want to swing around, are filled with lyrics that seem silly at first, but makes you sit left with the feeling of “are these songs actually profoundly deep? or has my brain turned into mushy peas?”

Watch his music video for his latest single, Peach, here:

We are really excited to find RALFY this early in the game, as we foresee that his playful songs and personally will grab onto TikTok’s algorithm and make him a sensations at some point very soon. The day that we see a collaboration between Yungblud and RALFY is going to be a great day!

Listen to his first single, Brainwashed, here:

If you’re falling for this fellow as much as we do, do us a favour and buy all his merchandise!

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Stian Vedoy Artist Of The Week: Olivia White

Get ready for emotion-dripped melodies, infectious pop rhythms and spellbinding songwriting. Welcome to the bold world of our Artist Of The Week, Olivia White, an emerging South East electronic pop artist.

Inspired by the likes of Dua Lipa, Lorde and Frank Ocean, she has an innate ability to really dig deep unto listeners’ hearts and evokes strong emotions. Her lyrics are unique and ambiguous, making them accessible to everyone and open to interpretations.

Listen for yourself! Here’s her latest single Buried In The Sound:

The singer began her music career at the age of just sixteen. She soon moved away from her small town to go and study at The Academy of Contemporary  Music. Here she harnessed her craft and discovered her signature sound. Olivia’s debut single ‘Call it Love’ has seen support from BBC Introducing who named it ‘Track of the Day’!

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Olivia White’s hope is for her music to help people by connecting with them and making them feel less alone.

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Stian Vedoy Artist Of The Week: Longcoats

Our Artist Of The Week is… Longcoats! an indie pop rock trio hailing from South West UK. Only stablished in 2019 they have had a busy 2 years making music, and receiving praise from the likes of BBC Bristol and indie magazines calling them something of a breath of fresh air to the UK indie scene.

Since debuting their music to the world in November 2019 they have released an EP and 2 singles already! With their catchy pop rock hooks and slick grooves, they are perfectly put together for radio.

Listen to their latest feel good, nostalgic single ‘Nothing Good’:

Longcoats make music that gets you reminiscing about your uni days. Getting drunk in parks, falling in love during freshers week, and living off pot noodles. It has a sound that would work incredibly well for festivals. Look out for these fellows when festivals open again!

Check out their music video for ‘Pretty In Pink’:

For more on Longcoats check out their link tree link here: https://linktr.ee/longcoatsband/

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Stian Vedoy Artist Of The Week: The Pylons

Say hello to our Artist Of The Week, The Pylons, a London based alt indie quintet fusing the psychedelia of Tame Impala with Arcade Fire’s punchy pop-tinged anthology. It’s gloriously garnished with feel-good festival vibes, splashy distortion and vibrant synth work.

Listen to their latest single, ‘The Chase’ here:

The Pylons says about the single: “I think the only way to keep up with the game of life is to stop keeping up entirely. We made The Chase to spite the new world mediums and to remind everyone that you’ve got to be okay with just existing. The world has started to feel overly romanticised and skin deep to the point of being cosmetic, but living is a creative expression that this single pays homage to.“

Also watch their playful and clever music video for ‘Grumble’ here:

Their introspection-filled single, The Chase, is the first of three singles to fill your ears before the release of their debut EP ‘Thanks For Coming’ in the autumn. With a festival-sized sound and a lot on their heart, we expect The Pylons to have a bright future ahead! Keep your ears peeled for more music to come by following their social medias! And while you’re at it, buy all their merch here.

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Stian Vedoy Artist Of The Week: Peploe

Our Artist Of The Week is highly unique! Peploe is a London based alt-pop duo that mixes genres such as EDM, indie rock, pop and neo soul. Their tracks ranges from pretentious grandeur to unromantic, homemade indie.

Lisen to their latest double single “Elephant Of Mine”:

Between the super tight polyrhythmic drums, district layered jazz inspired vocals, running bass lines and hectic arpeggiator synths hovers something really intriguing, nostalgic and new thinking all at the same time. Would we be wrong in classing this as playful, intelligent electro-jazz? Have a listen for your self. We dig it!

Speaking of playful. Check out their music video for “The Novice”:

After that bizarre yet fantastic journey, let’s introduce the duo! They are Swedish Arvid Rongedal and British Gabrielle Thomas. Rongedal grew up playing drums in local bands around Stockholm, singing and exploring different instruments, which lead to a discovery of music production. Thomas has a suburban London background and grew up surrounded by music, with roots resting in gospel and soul. She was writing and singing on a recreational level until 2018, when she decided to work in music professionally. The two met at a music university in London late 2018, and after dating for several months, they decided to write music together.

This duo is for sure one of those rare finds, that you jump into wholeheartedly and never come out again. You listen to all their songs, buy all their merchandise and go to all their shows because you just love their vibe as a whole.

Let’s jump into it together and buy all their music on bandcamp!

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Stian Vedoy Artist Of The Week: Roxanne de Bastion

Get ready to rock! Our Artist Of The Week is Roxanne de Bastion, London based indie rock artist with Berlin roots. With a new album in the pipeline and extensive touring and industry support in her back pocket, this indie rocker is certainly an exiting artist to watch!

Listen to her latest single, Molecules here:

We love that crunchy tone riff, minimal percussion, the eerie strings. Although it has a full sound, it has a sensation of space. With just the right amount of guts and attitude, it is seriously a promising teaser to the new record.

And on that note! We’re so excited to announce that her new album, ‘You & Me, We Are the Same’ is set for release on September 3rd and you can pre-order it right now (digital, CD, Vinyl, Deluxe Vinyl + extras), and buy tickets for her headline show in London for October 12th right HERE.

The 3rd single from the album, Molecules comes with a super cool music video with the perfect amount of attitude to compliment the track. With lines drawn to White Stripes’ Seven Nation Army as well as a slight old school Golden Eye intro vibe, check out the music video here:

As we all are longing for blue skies, these are thrilling times for Roxanne de Bastion and we look forward to more live dates in the diary to promote her forthcoming album. Keep your eyes out for more announcements on her socials!

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Stian Vedoy Artist Of The Week: Natural Mystery Museum

Are you ready for our Artist Of The Week? London trio Natural Mystery Museum combines fuzzy-yet-slick garage rock licks with striking vocals, contrasted at times by reflective ethereal grunge!

Check out their latest EP ‘Illusionary Tales’ here:

With equally striking artwork and music the trio recorded their EP at The Premises Studios in London and had it mixed by Caesar Edmunds, known for his work with Foals and Queens of the Stone Age. Speaking of great Alt-Rock bands, you can hear distinct inspiration from The White Stripes, Foo Fighters, Black Sabbath and of course QOTSA. Since forming in late 2018, the band have taken to the London Alt-Rock scene, catching eyes and ears along the way. They have gained a reputation for their hard-hitting, frantic live shows.

Se them in action in their official music video for ‘So Sweet’ here:

The trio is looking to release their third EP later this year, so keep your eyes and ears peeled for more great fuzzy-yet-slick rock in the near future!

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Stian Vedoy Artist Of The Week: The Banquets

We are excited to announce that Artist Of The Week are The Banquets, alt rock/pop trio from Leeds! Mixing genre like rock, blues, and pop whilst maintaining the great tradition of British rock. The trio has been compared to the likes of Fleetwood Mac. They had an explosive entrance to the music scene in 2019/20, making an appearance at the Great British Folk Festival and supporting The South and Toyah Wilcox.

Listen to their latest track, “Black Mirrors” here:

Like a lot of artists during the last year, The Banquets have been busy in the studio working on new music and music videos.

Check out their fun video for “What You Sayin’?” here:

We’re excited to hear more from The Banquets. Keep your eyes peeled.

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