Sorcha Richardson – “Waking Life” // Robert G Fresson

Sorcha Richardson gives us another brilliant addition to your next solo dance party. But as with all her songs, it’s the layers beneath her lyrics that will keep this song on heavy rotation in your speakers. The inventive production and arrangements are icing on the cake.

You can get more Sorcha Richardson with “Petrol Station” on VINYL MOON Volume 005: Go Outsize!

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Sal Dulu – “Duluoz Dream” // J. R. Schmidt

Effortlessly smooth and definitely dreamy, this track by Sal Dulu has me gazing out the window through the rain even though there isn’t a cloud in the sky. I recommend you find a nice armchair to sink into as you take in “Duluoz Dream”.

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Sorcha Richardson – “4AM” // Vanessa Lemen

Sorcha Richardson comes roaring back into her electronic-leanings with “4AM”, a bass-driven track ready to get the whole audience singing and clapping along. Whether you play this in the wee hours or in the middle of the afternoon, you won’t want to go anywhere without it.

Get more of Sorcha with “Petrol Station” from VINYL MOON Volume 005: Go Outsize!

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Bear Worship – “Art In The Artifice” // Margherita Morotti

Just when I thought I had this track figured out, a can’t-keep-this-groove-to-myself synth bassline comes in, and suddenly I’m waving my head around and signing along with Bear Worship’s one-man choir. Take it in as your pleasant surprise for the day.

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Sorcha Richardson – “Petrol Station”

cause i’m not holding out for anything better

so can we just stay here forever?

can we just stay here forever?

Few things can make us feel so small and fragile as the blooming anxiety that comes with new love. Knowing that this feeling growing inside can easily overtake your whole consciousness, dwarfing the former landscape of your mind with a new skyscraper. A monument to the immediate. Something that we can only hope sticks around and doesn’t fade into the dust of memories and misuse.  Read more

Jape – “Seance Of Light”

Music for… people who love their ultra-catchy chillgroove jams set to tripped out videos telling tales of even trippier-ed out nights. Cheers to Jape for delivering on point. Non-cheers to all the people that knew about this band for years and never told me. Boo.

Location: Malmo, Sweden via Dublin, Ireland.

Future: New album, This Chemical Sea, came out last week.

We Cut Corners – “YKK”

I get into a lot of dancey synth music up in here but sometimes its nice to strip things back to basics and rock out to some good ol fashioned guitar and drums rock! Dublin’s We Cut Corners bring it right on the catchy and succinct “YKK” of their forthcoming sophomore album.

Sleep Thieves – “Sparks”

Sleep Thieves

Dublin’s Sleep Thieves are cooking up the kind of spacey, danceable, girl-fronted electronic pop that sounds so good these days. Except they have been doing it fora few years. And somehow getting no love!? “Sparks” is exactly the kind of pulsing midnight groove that does their name proud. And I bet more than a few remixers once they wise up to it…