All of us here at Caroline International are incredibly grateful to have received the Label/Artist Services Company award at this year’s Music Week awards. We’d also like to thank all of our Artist and Label partners for their continued support and hard work. Check out the rest of the Music Week Award winners over on… Read more »
Month: April 2018
Parcels have returned with irresistible new single ‘Tieduprightnow’, out now on Because Music. This follows a breakout 2017 for the Berlin-based Australian five-piece, after sold out sizeable shows worldwide including a date at London’s Koko – on top of touring with Phoenix – and made their US TV debut on Conan. Currently completing work on… Read more »
Record label owner and multi-dexterous performer Zeb Samuels is unleashing a full compilation album, ‘Cosmic Vibrations’ via UK tastemaker label Deep Heads. ‘Cosmic Vibrations’ is a masterful production, combining the voices of the Deep Heads’ family to curate a deeply immersive fusion of dreamy electronica and downtempo soundscapes. Featuring the likes of Flying Lotus, Synkro,… Read more »
Having exploded into view with the launch of his two previous EPs. ‘1992’ and ‘1000, London-based musician Ben Khan has revealed ‘2000 Angels’, the first track from his highly anticipated debut album – set for release in summer 2018 on Dirty Hit. Listen to ‘2000 Angels’ here. The track is accompanied by Ben’s self-directed dystopian… Read more »
Hackney-based rapper, composer and songwriter Malv, serves up his first introduction since transitioning from composer to artist on track ‘Too Much Sauce’, featuring fellow Hackney locals Rich Love. Although better known for his production on Not3s ‘Addison Lee’; ‘Too Much Sauce’ stands on its own. Coining it ‘H-Town Bounce Sebring’ – from his environment and… Read more »
Inspired by a performance in Reykjavik, Iceland earlier this year, legendary electronic duo Underworld have released a new track titled ‘Brilliant Yes That Would Be Yes’. Watch the official music video below, which was created by Simon Taylor in an effort to highlight the stunning Icelandic landscapes that inspired the track.