Video of the week: ‘Confession’ from Johann Sebastian Punk

Video of the week goes to the evocative black and white negative visuals of Johann Sebastian Punk’s ‘Confession’. There’s definitely some Radiohead influences in here!



‘Rainbows and Unicorns’ by Psyrena

We’ve got a real curveball for you guys today, but a curveball that’s certainly worth a few minutes of your valuable video watching time!

If you love comics, animation, any of that stuff – then you’re sure to love Psyrena’s new video for ‘Rainbows and Unicorns’. Joined by her closest pal, Mr. Bear, the duo create catchy brand of electronic pop that they combine with their very own comic books!

It’s colourful, it’s psychedelic, it’s escapist, it’s can’t-take-your-eyes-off-it: Everything you could possible ask for in a video – the song’s pretty damn good too…

Check out more on the wonderful world of Psyrena and Mr. Bear here:

‘Happy Matters’ – Everything Under

Electro-rockers Everything Under have released the new video for their track, ‘Happy Matters’

The single follows on from ‘Team’ which exhibited the dark, industrial style that Everything Under have honed and perfected.

Naturally, as an electro-rock group, there is a definite 80s vibe to the band’s music, particularly ‘Happy Matters’, which recalls the sounds of bands like Frankie Goes to Hollywood and Bronski Beat. However, Everything Under are reinventing the genre and making it more accessible for modern audiences.

‘Happy Matters’ would sound perfectly at home in a warehouse rave, as can be seen from the trippy video that accompanies the track.

The song is taken from the upcoming album, Where Have the Kids Gone at Night?

Introspective electropop EP from 1ofUs

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Italian singer-songwriter 1of Us releases this introspective EP over some tasty electropop beats.

Having attempted to pursue a career in music over two decades ago (he was signed to Warner at one point), the artist was forced to abandon his dreams after his project due to ‘reasons not pertaining to the music, regrettably, in the end, never eventuated’.

Pouring his creative energy into a career in Architecture, he opened his own studio in Frankfurt, Germany where he spent the next three years. He then moved back to Northern Italy where he continued to work for the next 20 years projecting buildings and vast urban areas across Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

This track sees the artist reclaiming his dreams.

Listen to ‘Home’ below:


Fufanu Supporting BLUR at Hyde Park on Saturday

An attention-grabbing electronic clatter…it’s easy to see why Damon has taken a shine to the Icelandic trio” NME, 20th June.
Fufanu follow up their Circus Life debut with an EP of brand new material. ‘Adjust to the Light’ is released as a 12″ Vinyl and Digital Download via One Little Indian on Monday 29th June.
The band play two warm up shows in London before joining the bill supporting Blur at Hyde Park on Saturday.

Friday @The Finsbury, 10pm.
Saturday @Hyde Park, 3.30pm.

In the space of one week last November Fufanu became the most talked about new band of Iceland Airwaves, made their UK live debut at JaJaJa Festival and supported Damon Albarn at the Albert Hall – winning the approval of Brian Eno into the bargain. January saw the band perform crushing sets at Eurosonic before a return to the UK supporting The Vaccines on their sold out nationwide tour during March/ April – also slipping in a memorable two-night stand with Bo Ningen at Hoxton Bar & Grill.