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More pigeon hole defying, dream-like pop from Ness Nite and her latest video for Tightrope. We had already been treated to the audio a few weeks ago, but now we have an equally enjoyable visual for the infectious track, with Mike Frey once again hitting the mark behind the boards. Pleased to announce that Ness’ album is also out now in all its glory and judging by the initial acclaim, it looks set to push her further into the limelight. You can stream Dream Girl below and you can buy digital/vinyl over on Bandcamp. Read the rest of this entry »

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Ness Nite continues to build the anticipation for her album, as she releases her new single, Watercolor Roses. The Dream Girl LP looks set to be a cornucopia of pleasures if the first batch of singles have been anything to go by, with Watercolor Roses keeping the trend going in all its wavy glory. You can stream the track below and keep an eye out for the album coming on 2 March on POW Recordings. Read the rest of this entry »

Ness Nite follows up her spellbinding song, Expectations, with an infectious little rhythm called Tightrope. While its predecessor was a more wavy affair, Tightrope picks up the tempo a little bit, thanks to Mike Frey’s production. The song premiered over on Vinyl Me Please, where Ness explained that it “is about doing what you need to do to stay up. When I wrote it, it was about a specific situation, but it has evolved with me. ” This is the next track to be taken from her upcoming debut LP, Dream Girl, which is due out on POW Recordings next year. Read the rest of this entry »

Majestic sounds emerging from the other side of the Atlantic, as Ness Nite brings us Expectations. Featuring joint production from Mike Frey and Ness herself, this acts as a fine introduction to an artist who is sure to be doing bigger and bigger things in the near future. Ness is currently signed to POW Recordings. You can stream Expectations below. Read the rest of this entry »

Another new video from the excellent 10K Hours LP, which Natia blessed the world with recently. Brain Damagers is produced by Artek. The album is available to buy over on Natia’s Bandcamp.

Something a little different, courtesy of Dallas artist T.Y.E. The man is a classically trained opera singer, who then decided to turn his talents towards rapping and the result is something quite unique. Employing both skill sets on his songs, creates things like the very moving Unusual – the video for which premiered on Vinyl Me Please this week. It was shot by Dance Dailey. T.Y.E’s album is due out soon on POW Recordings.