Chains.

Chains.

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Ok, this isn’t exactly new but I only just found out that Many Things even existed, and the only reason why I did was the fact that they opened for Is Tropical at Shapes, London, and I was there.  Oh the serendipity!

Many Things are three Londoners.  Michael Tomlinson, Macks Faulkron and Gabi Woo; vocals/guitar, drums and keyboards, respectively. Their music sounds old and modern at the same time, like something I could easily find in one of my parents’ twenty-something years old mixtape or in one of my most recent playlists.

“Chains” is not their latest release, but it is my favourite so far. It’s strong, powerful, hurt, passionate, so very real. So go ahead and listen to their EP ‘What We Are’, released last year, and if you have a chance to see them live, please don’t miss the opportunity. I’m keeping my eye on Many Things, and you should too.

 

I love you to death, I do.

I love you to death, I do.

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I’ve been in complete awe of the London duo Rainer for well over a year now. I’ve been feeding this passion with the little bits of art that they have been sharing with the public, but Rainer always left me wanting more and I grew restless over the lack of a full-length album. Well, the wait is almost over.

Rainer finally announced their debut album ‘Water’, which will see the light of day on May 18th, and the first single is as remarkable as I expected.

The track was originally written for Drake, but I can’t help being happy with the fact that they decided to interpret it themselves. ‘Nocturn’ keeps up with the dark and sexy mood set in previous tracks, with their penetrating bass lines, smooth synths and Rebekah Raa’s tender and voluptuous voice. If you haven’t hit play yet, please do – this track will take you to an imaginary place of somber beauty and love.