Exploring dark memories embedded in nostalgia, MØAA’s dream-drenched, debut album “Euphoric Recall” pulls listeners through a brooding atmosphere with a thick driving rhythm to reach the dimly lit corners of the past.
MØAA was first conceived by Jancy Rae when she began writing and recording demos while living in the forest near Seattle, WA. Serving as an outlet to process a troubled past, MØAA was named after the MAO-A gene, also known as “The Warrior Gene,” for its connection to increased aggression and perseverance. More than halfway through writing the album, she moved across the world to Venice, Italy where in isolation and in collaboration with Andrea Volpato, completed the writing and recordings at Fox Studio Venice.
Euphoric Recall will be released Spring 2021 via WWNBB (We Were Never Being Boring).
“Impatience” is River Into Lake ́s second single off the 10” EP “The Crossing”, that is to be released on December 4th via Humpty Dumpty Records. In the continuity of the previous album
“Let the beast out”, the EP is tinted by the mix of analog synthesizers and acoustic instruments,and dealing with current problems. Each song is accompanied by a visual from by David Delruelle, which is supporting its point.
“’Impatience’ deals with the anxieties that may have arisen during the crisis we are all living through. Based on a co-written text with Aurélie Muller (Blondy Brownie / Trésor), the track is inspired as much by the prepper wave that has developed terribly in recent years, as by people who rushed into stores at the start of the health crisis- examples that remind us that we are so few in the face of fear and that during this time, the earth continues its cycle around the galaxy…”
Following Seeking Thrills recent nomination for the Hyundai Mercury Music Prize, Georgia is pleased to announce the release of a special new version of her track “Feel It”, reworked by Toddla T and featuring additional vocals from the multi-talented Atlanta-based rapper Yung Baby Tate.
The original track was written with the intention to inspire a new generation of musicians to get up and play, something which has been magnified with the new energy from Toddla T and Yung Baby Tate.
Georgia says of ‘Feel It’:
“It was wicked that Yung Baby Tate was up for putting her flavour on “Feel It”. She took it to the next level!”
Georgia will be performing live as part of BBC4’s special Hyundai Mercury Prize television coverage on Wednesday 23rd September. The winner will be announced the following Thursday 24th September on BBC One’s The One Show.
Georgia will be heading back out on the road in 2021 with a string of live dates across the UK and Europe.
After several concerts being canceled due to the global pandemic, disco and synth-pop band Le Couleur will be performing a virtual concert for all of their fans across the globe to enjoy. The concert will take place on the 17th of September to celebrate their forthcoming album release Concorde. Currently sitting over 10.9 million streams across multiple music streaming platforms, no wonder they have won the GAMIQ prize for the ‘Best Electronic EP of the Year’, their previous album release was also one of the 40 Canadian albums to selected to feature on the Polaris Music Long List.
The new album is inspired by the rise and fall of the historic Concorde event. The band is rooted in 70’s influence, from psychedelia, disco, yéyé and French chanson. I am sure that Le Couleur’s new album will easily be mistaken for a masterpiece that was created in the 70’s period.
Tune into the Le Couleur concert on Thursday, September 17th at 9pm Eastern Standard Time (EST)