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November 29, 2021 KARMACODA wrap up 2021 with hand-animated music video

KARMACODA wrap up 2021 with hand-animated music video

Looking back, it’s clear 2021 has been the year of greats for KARMACODA. The trio kicked things off in March with the release of their captivating single, Make Me The One whose video won numerous awards including two 2021 Hermes Creative Awards, one Unglued Music Video award and three Davey Awards for Video Entertainment, Best Use of Music and Art Direction. There were several other releases for the band as they built towards the reveal of their stunning LP,  Slow Down, Melt and Catch Fire which was released a few short months later in July. 

Stream/ buy: Slow Down, Melt and Catch Fire LP

The US-based trio have returned once more to round out the end of the year with one last release: a carefully handcrafted music video for their melancholic single, ‘Lo-Fi Girl’. The video was animated by Shubhranshu and Shephali at the Entangled Studio in India and calls to mind bygone eras and timeless love stories. KARMACODA’s latest video has already received support from Clout Magazine and Raw Entertainment with rustles in the air as more publications become lost in the video.

Brett of KARMACODA share his thoughts on the video for ‘Lo-Fi Girl’: “We reached out to Shubhranshu and Shephali at Entangled Studio because their artistic vision for the music video fit perfectly with the somber, even sad, emotions conveyed in the song.  We’re thrilled by the results.”



October 25, 2021 Polina shares video for ‘FAENA’

Polina shares video for ‘FAENA’

October 14, 2021 (Los Angeles, CA) – Global pop artist and songwriter POLINA released her international smash “Faena” this past August to much acclaim. The track, written by POLINA and produced by ORGAN was inspired by the South Beach Faena Hotel and features sexy vocals, breezy production, and a seductive chorus that you’ll be chilling out to all through the fall. Showcasing the many different vibes of POLINA, the video was shot at the Faena and captures the magic of the space, and the inspiration for the track perfectly. This is an absolute must watch. 

Said POLINA of filming the video for ‘FAENA‘, “It was so special to shoot the video at the place that inspired me to write the song. The video follows me as I’m totally alone in the hotel, having a party for one, while Faena’s vibrant locations bring out different characters in me. I had the best creative team around me and there’s quite a bit of choreography involved. Produced by Hoodyakov Productions it’s the first video I-co directed too. So much love and work went into it, now I’m super excited to share it with the world! Enjoy.”

POLINA is a Russian-born artist and songwriter living in Los Angeles. Born in Moscow into an artistic family (her mom is Russian 90’s pop singer ANKA, father is abstract painter Ruslan Gudiev) it was inevitable that Polina would find her way into an artistic medium, and songwriting became her passion. As a songwriter and vocalist, the musician’s credits include: “Legacy” from Eminem’s Grammy-winning album The Marshall Mathers LP (songwriter, guest vocalist), Sean Kingston’s Top 10 UK hit “Party All Night (Sleep All Day)” (co-writer) featured in the movie “The Inbetweeners,” as well as writing credits for global pop stars (Katy Perry, Rihanna) and vocal features on singles for EDM icons (Tiesto, Steve Aoki, Kaskade).

POLINA made a statement on the release of single, “Book of Love,” the chart-topping collaboration with Felix Jaehn (certified Gold in Germany, #1 on the Airplay Chart 4 consecutive weeks), following the breakout success of her song “Fade to Love” (certified Gold in Italy). Her music has taken her around the world, and performing is a passion for the artist who has frequented the stages of some of the world’s biggest festivals (Ultra, Tomorrowland, Electric Zoo) as a special guest artist on Felix Jaehn’s Bonfire Tour, and Steve Aoki’s Wonderland Tour.

Stay tuned for more to come from POLINA.

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October 25, 2021 Indie synth-pop magic with Tee Dee Dees ‘Slim Bears’

Indie synth-pop magic with Tee Dee Dees ‘Slim Bears’

Indie synth-pop project Tee Dee Dees has just released his sophomore single, ‘Slim Bears’ via Alaska Music. This follows his single ‘War’ which was recently premiered by Clash Magazine.

Based in Tel-Aviv, writer, editor, and musician, Ori mark is the creative force behind Tee Dee Dee’s. His work has been likened to the likes of  Interpol, Placebo and Depeche Mode.

The driving vocals and undulating rock tempo on ‘Slim Bears’ is a mix that really resonates, even if the ride can be a little jittery. The track centres around close personal relationships, the need for solitude, and realising when dreams should remain just that – dreams.

Ori Mark explains: “I have all kinds of non-realistic dreams, like starting a community in the desert – a lot of music, some sixties atmosphere, some Buddhism, I don’t know. Stupid dreams. In the end, I find it hard to keep close relationships even with my loved ones. I guess this song suggests to make some efforts and keep your circle close before choosing to be alone”.

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October 19, 2021 Jet-G releases fervent new single ‘Give Me Air’

Jet-G releases fervent new single ‘Give Me Air’

‘Give Me Air’ is the sophomore single by London-based quartet Jet-G, released on October 7th via Future London. The quartet is a collaboration of artists (Jolliffe, female vocalist ECKOES, Modestep’s founding member Tony Terror and GENTRY– making up the acronym of the band’s name) all of whom have excelled in prior projects. 

‘Give Me Air’ was born from a simple piano idea. It opens with a slow, uncluttered introduction to ECKOES’ brilliant vocals, which have been honed to impart the maximum amount of emotion, and then subtly builds into kinetic instrumentals. 

Speaking of the single, ECKOES from JET-G tell us: “We were in a small studio in London Fields during the covid lockdown. Rob (GENTRY) was playing about on the grand piano at the end of a writing session & we just started recording. The guys began to produce as they went & I could hear a melody & lyrics almost immediately. The songs were kind of accidental, but within a few hours, the bones of two singles had been recorded.”

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