Another Sky have just released their track ‘Avalanche’. Check it out here:

“Avalanche speaks of the toxic masculinity that bleeds into every other form of oppression, that causes white men with badges to shoot black men without, that causes women to live their lives in fear, that causes men themselves to live in fear.” explains front-woman Catrin Vincent. The song is heavily inspired by Tracy Chapman and her frank yet poetic accounts of injustice, and aligns itself with the current #metoo movement.

The band will begin their ‘Open Rehearsals’ residency at Servant Jazz Quarters this evening; a community night bringing together London’s brightest young musicians. The first three shows will run throughout the summer and will all feature headline sets from the band.

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Check out the video to ‘Avalanche’ here:

Formed in the summer of 2014, Chartreuse are a young four piece band from the West Midlands comprising Harriet Wilson (vocals), Michael Wagstaff (vocals and guitar), Perry Lovering (bass) and Rory Wagstaff (drums). Their unique musical style has been described as ambient-indie-soul-pop reflecting their eclectic range of influences which includes John Martyn, Fleetwood Mac, Pink Floyd and George Benson.

Chartresue Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter 




Perhaps what’s most exciting about IMOGEN is the fact that this is only the beginning for her: “I wrote these songs before a pretty life-affirming couple of years, so when I revisited these tracks I felt there was something kind of charmingly youthful about the writing,” she says of her debut. Faze Green is named thusly as a reference to this being the first of many acts to come: “It helps me to think of artistic projects as phases that don’t have to define you forever. Helps to finish things, move on and keep going… During recording we [also] worked a lot with colours. My producer, Rob, has these lights that change the colour of the whole room, so we associated each track with a different set of colours and worked around them. Thinking of the tracks visually helped us create quite physical, tangible sounds.”

Few artists have introduced themselves with something this subtle and superb. A delicate outpouring of tension, strain, love, and change, Faze Green is an illustrative, graceful beginning for an artist we cannot wait to hear more of, and grow with, in the many years to come.

IMOGEN Links: Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud

Watch the official music video for ‘We Never Dance We Do’ below: