Packed with ragged beats, jittery guitar riffs, and rippling funk bass, Making A New World balances historical documentation with creative exploration, giving you new ways to ponder over your history thesis on the dance floor.
Myths 004 is an outstanding record that continues the innovative work of Le Bon and Cox, while keeping us guessing as to what comes next.
Lost Girls benefits from Khan’s unwavering dedication to scoring the scenes in her head, transporting listeners to a world of pleasures unknown.
“Friendships change in that way but it gets pretty depressing sometimes and you start to really think about your place in life and why you deserve all these things and what did you do, are you lucky.”
Despite the dark times that influenced it, the record leaves one buoyant; a reminder that daybreak is always on the horizon.
Run Around The Sun sees the band playing on themes of insecurity, loneliness and resilience.
Highway Hypnosis veers between diluted versions of 90s rave culture and bass-heavy hip-hop.
"It's an amazing thing to have our exceptionalism praised and recognised in such a way but then it turns into a pressure..."
Ever since a collection of lo-fi indie demos surfaced in 2010, Cloud Nothings, have chosen to build and deconstruct their sound with every new release.
We talk to Clara Amfo about her journey into presenting for Sounds Like London