Posts Tagged ‘Native People’

November 2, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 10.31.2016

Featured music – October 31st, 2016

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November 1, 2016

There are plenty of things in the world that simply are too hard to “figure out”, but one thing’s been relatively easy, and that’s the more than apparent talent of UK four piece Native People. The quartet has been captivating us with their music for awhile now, and they continue doing so by deluging us with R&B accented muggy pop on their latest charmer, Figure It Out. This glossy glistening, foggy swirling song transports me back to humid summer nights. Winter is so far away it doesn’t seem to exist. All that matters is the here and now, and all we can think of us that special someone, as much as it torments our hearts to do so. Uncertainty hangs in the thick air, and yearning sends us into an urgent frenzy. Figure It Out, which was produced by The Citrus Clouds and Oz Craggs, might be Native People’s most sultry intoxicating song yet. Figure It Out is out now on all major outlets. Native People will be heading out on their inaugural UK headline tour come November.

August 5, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 08.03.2016

Featured music – August 3rd, 2016

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August 4, 2016

Native People hooked me in instantaneously with their crisp new tune, To Lose What. Rich guitar licks and smoldering vocals make it apparent from the start that To Lose What is yet another dashing indie offering from this UK four piece. To Lose What is as sparkling bright and synth luscious as ever, a dance rock splendorous, alt rock sweeping fusion of Foals and Smallpools. The song is the title track from Native People’s new EP, out this Friday August 5th via Wham Head Records. Pre-order from iTunes.

June 30, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 06.28.2016

Featured music – June 28th, 2016

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June 29, 2016

Let’s stay a little while in the music rich pastures of the UK as another four piece named Native People return with some sparkling bright indie pop and synth laden dance rock to delight our eager ears. Call Me is a dapper song with the sultry heat and plucky charm of bands like Two Door Cinema Club, Friendly Fires, and Foals. Its sun kissed pop might be shimmering radiant, but Call Me certainly carries plenty of angst ridden, bittersweet heartache too. Call Me drops as a single on July 1st via Wham Head Records, and it can be pre-ordered now from iTunes.

January 12, 2016

We head over the pond and into the UK for this next one, the latest from UK four piece Native People, who gave us some radiant dance rock music last year, in the form of a luminous tune named Tapes. The boys make their 2016 debut with an equally dapper song named Don’t Save Me, a song that pairs the plucky spirit of Two Doors Cinema Club with a touch of youthfully angsty The 1975 like 80′s flavored synthed out pop rock. Don’t Save Me gets a release on Friday January 22nd as part of Killing Moon’s January Compilation Album. 

April 21, 2015

For a massive dose of radiant indie dance rock music, check out Tapes, from a fantastic new UK based quartet named Native People. The anthemic song glows with beautiful melody and gleams with slick guitars. Tapes is the lead single from Native People’s upcoming debut EP of the same name, to be released on May 25th. The song’s dance punk funk evokes Foals, while its luminosity and warm hooks bring to mind Two Door Cinema Club with a touch of Friendly Fires.