The enchanting, Dreamtrak-produced “A Way To Say Goodbye” is the auspicious debut from young South Londoner Hannah Rodgers, aka Pix. Here, the song — with a refrain based on misheard Cocteau Twins lyrics — gets some delightfully creepy visuals to perfectly match its eerie, dream-like whimsy. Directed by the Marshall Darlings.
NYC’s Katie Rush quietly dropped her very sweet 5-song debut EP Law of Attraction recently, a record teeming with real ’80s nostalgia and sugary neon-pop vibes (the good kind), created with the help of a couple dudes that know a little about that sort of thing, Sam Mehran of Outer Limitz and Zak Mering of Raw Thrills/Greatest Hits. Here’s the EP’s catchiest, most ’80s-teen-flick-mall-scene-soundtrack-ready jam, featuring additional vocals from Samantha Urbani. The Law of Attraction EP is out now here.
Young Manila-based producer Idris Vicuña — better known as Eyedress — follows up his ominous, Chromatics-esque dark-disco gem “Nature Trips” and the twinkling, bittersweet #prom-pop of “Would You Do the Same For Me” with arguably the best thing he’s done to date: the darkly entrancing first single from his forthcoming debut full-length Astral Traveling Man, “When I’m Gone” is a shadowy, almost mournful love song, featuring gorgeous spectral vocals from London’s GEoRGiA. Look for Eyedress’ debut LP to drop sometime in Spring 2015; catch him on tour later this month with Jungle in the UK (dates after the jump).