Category: Tune Of The Week

The1975

Tune of the Week // The 1975 – The Sound

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Share… I’ve always had a soft spot for The 1975. Their first album intrigued me, it seemed to be broken into different sections, each varying slightly in style. So far, tracks from their second album, the creatively titled, ‘I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it’ due...

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Tune(s) of the Week // Fins A Luminous – Setting Souls / Funeral Shake

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Share… Working under the moniker, Fins A Luminous, Joe Bond and Ross Saunders have recently released a AA single. ‘Setting Souls’ is the A side, while ‘Funeral Shake’ is the AA. ‘Setting Souls’ immediately grabbed attention, dark electronica that makes you want to dance, with timelessly clever soulful vocal line that could be from any...

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Tune of the Week // The 1975 // Love Me

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Share…I’ll be honest, the first time I heard this, I was a little confused. Despite loving the band’s debut album, on first listen, ‘Love Me’ left me scratching my head. ‘Love Me’ sounds like David Bowie, a dash of Talking Heads with one cup of INXS and a teaspoon of Duran Duran. The 1975 have...

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Tune of the Week // Joshua Luke Smith // Jack of Spades

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Share… There are some times when you meet people, they just give off a vibe, there’s something special about them. Before this week, I had never heard of Joshua Luke Smith. My day job is working in a media company and part of my job is to record the audio for videos for our Unsigned...