Posts Tagged ‘wildlife’

March 8, 2018

We’re no expert when it comes to the fine tuning of label contracts and the bureaucracy that’s probably involved in the process, but we are glad that Austalian pop phenom Betty Who seems very content with her new return to independent status, and her first single as an indie artist is easily one of our favorite tracks from her in awhile. While Ignore Me has been picking up a lot of acclaim (check out our feature, here), it seems this new arrangement has also afforded the songbird a chance to make a sweet cameo on Dutch producer Don Diablo’s latest soaring dance anthem. Higher takes us on a swift serotonin ascent with its high energy, luscious pumping house, plus its music video is a barrage of amazing animal footage, including some adorable felines. Aside from music, animals and nature are probably my biggest passions. Combined with Don Diablo’s lifting opus and Betty Who’s sonorous vocals, this audio-visual package is pure sensory heaven. So why the critters and creatures? Higher is the title song for a wildlife feature film named Wild Amsterdam, playing in cinemas across Holland right now. Learn more about the film, here. Higher is taken from Don Diablo’s album, FUTURE, released last month and available, here.

September 9, 2016
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MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 09.07.2016

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September 8, 2016
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To be honest, I know very little about the artist who brings us our next enchanting pop confection, RYE. I’m like a drifting nomad when I embark on my music discovery adventures, making it a point to go out and explore instead of only relying on submissions and PR, so I might find unsung heroes and obscure gems. I have a feeling RYE, who apparently hails from Hollywood, is purposefully cloaking herself in a shroud of mystery. After all, she has a very stylish tumblr page, and an impressive amount of twitter followers. Placing all speculation aside, there’s one thing I know for certain. RYE’s WILDLIFE is a gorgeous pop song. Snappy R&B and smooth electronic production give WILDLIFE a polished appeal. WILDLIFE is part Shura in its sensual groove and part Phoebe Ryan meets Halsey in its soft honeyed vocals. RYE’s single is available now from iTunes

September 8, 2016

Canadian indie rock outfit Wildlife may have been around for more than a decade, but they’ve only released two full length albums in that time. You could say a Wildlife album is an extraordinary event. On October 14th, the quintet will be releasing their long awaited third album, Age Of Everything, off which comes a synth rippling, nostalgia dripping beauty named 2017. The song comes on the heels of another gorgeously heartfelt Age Of Everything anthem named Dead Century, which you can stream below. It’s more than apparent that Wildlife’s new album is going to be a gratifying return with a running theme related to the passing of time.

October 22, 2014
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19 year old UK singer songwriter Rebecca Clements returns with her third track ever, the moving and melancholic Love Child, a magnificent and mellifluous ballad. One part London Grammar, one part toned down Florence Welch, Love Child is a melting experience, replete with nuanced guitar plucks and lush atmosphere. Revisit her head turning and more raw debut song, Wildfire, below. 

October 22, 2014
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19 year old UK singer songwriter Rebecca Clements returns with her third track ever, the moving and melancholic Love Child, a magnificent and mellifluous ballad. One part London Grammar, one part toned down Florence Welch, Love Child is a melting experience, replete with nuanced guitar plucks and lush atmosphere. Revisit her head turning and more raw debut song, Wildfire, below. 

June 25, 2014
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New 19 year old UK singer songwriter Rebecca Clements is incredibly spellbinding on Coma Boy, her second track ever and a sure sign of more wonderful things to come. The moody, darkly shaded song channels such entrancing earnestness. Coma Boy follows on the heels of debut track Wildlife, also a delightfully doleful and melancholic number, carried out with such tender and raw minimalism.

June 25, 2014
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New 19 year old UK singer songwriter Rebecca Clements is incredibly spellbinding on Coma Boy, her second track ever and a sure sign of more wonderful things to come. The moody, darkly shaded song channels such entrancing earnestness. Coma Boy follows on the heels of debut track Wildlife, also a delightfully doleful and melancholic number, carried out with such tender and raw minimalism.