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New track: Bebe Black – I’ll Wait

Taken from her upcoming debut album, rising star Bebe Black’s new single ‘I’ll Wait’ is a gorgeous track oozing of confidence, spirit and attitude.

Writing ‘I’ll Wait’ gave Bebe Black the confidence to follow her dreams of becoming a star in the music industry. The track is brutally honest and …



New Track: Letters to Fiesta – Tears Apart

Letters to Fiesta have silently crept up and made us jump out of our skin with their introducing track ‘Tears Apart’, which is a little beauty.

‘Tears Apart’ takes us back to a pure and altogether more authentic period in pop music. By taking the fun-loving and infectious heart …



New video: Oliver Wilde – Pinch

Lifted from his universally loved debut album A Brief Introduction, Oliver Wilde’s Pinch has been given an amazing new video.

Created by animator Lauren Orme, the video compliments the solemn and pensive Pinch perfectly. Wilde’s dreamy and brain fogged composition is as equally piercing as it is unreachable, winding …



New track: Poliça – Chain My Name

To make the wait for their new album even more unbearable, Poliça have released Chain My Name.

A gorgeous track that is as instantly gratifying as it is deep, Chain My Name sees Channy Leaneagh’s vocals float above a bed of understated synth and battering percussion. We can’t get …



New Track: Let’s Buy Happiness – Run

Let’s Buy Happiness, one of the most meticulous and fastidious new acts around, have released their gorgeous new track Run.

Ruminating and brooding, Run is a glimpse into Let’s Buy Happiness’ desperately awaited debut album Chants For Friends. The Newcastle quintet have slowly perfected their sound and artistic …


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The band everyone are talking about, NO CEREMONY///, have released yet another atmospheric-dripped cracker of a video with PARTOFME.

Shunning the modern fixation and hyperusage of synthesisers, NO CEREMONY/// hark back to a more emotive and structured era of electronica, with a leaner and skimmed soundscape that is cleaner …



New track: Yuck – Middle Sea

Lo-Fi favourites Yuck have given us a tantelising glimpse into upcoming album Glow & Behold with their new taster track Middle Sea.

Lifted directly from Glow & Behold and debuted on Radio 1 this week, Middle Sea follows Rebirth as proof that Yuck’s critically-acclaimed and fan-adored 2011 self-titled debut …


New track: Hannah Georgas – Somebody

Our ears at PlanetNotion have been prickling this week at Hannah Georgas’ latest lo-fi pop beauty Somebody. Lifted from her self-titled debut album that’s due for release later this year, this is the perfect introduction to the Vancouver starlet.

Elegantly understated yet passionately expressed, Somebody is a powerful piece …


New video: HAIM – The Wire

HAIM have released the brilliant new video for their new single The Wire. Released on September 23rd, The Wire is lifted from HAIM’s hotly awaited debut album Days Are Gone, released September 30th.

Already a big favourite during their live sets, The Wire proves HAIM’s ability to convert …



New track: Sietta

Australian-based duo Sietta have just released the lusciously soulful Let It Go, and PlanetNotion absolutely loves it.

Opening through a gently verse, Let It Go is a primal hulking mass that feels natural and gloriously primordial. Caiti Baker’s voice is given an empty cavernous space to delicately fill before …