Experimental electronic duo Larch have just released their latest track, ‘A Mirror in Ultraviolence’ via sinc(x) Records on 8 November and premiered via Music Week. Heralding the approach of their upcoming EP (The World is Dangerous; Go Outside), the single sets the tone for what is to come.
With cascading synths reverberating throughout the track and chiming electronics, the artists message can, at first, be difficult to see. Aiming to present self-actualisation in a decaying world, the message becomes clearer in the last 26 seconds on the song. Revisiting the rest of the track allows the listener to notice the decay that becomes more apparent with each listen.
The World is Dangerous; Go Outside tracklist
01. A Distorted Season
02. A Long Extinct Species
03. A Mirror in Ultraviolence
04. A Certain Ecology
05. A Passing of Event Horizons
Folktronica singer-songwriter Chantitown has released her long-anticipated EP, Camouflage. The london based singer has seen support from a variety of publications, including CLASH Magazine, Paste Magazine and FGUK. However, some of her more thoughtfully written support comes from smaller publications like Indie Music, who described her singing style as “a poetic rhythm that shines through as the singer states half the lyrics whilst singing the other half”. You can read the full feature here.
While other tracks, such as, ‘Alive’ and ‘Strong In Broken Places’ have received attention, our personal favourite, ‘Somebody Else’ has flown relatively under the radar. The track describes the surreal feeling of watching a past love moving on with a new partner.
“I don’t want your body
But I hate to think about you with somebody else
Our love has gone cold
You’re intertwining your soul with somebody else”