New Music : Sylvan Esso ‘What Now’

OUT TODAY ON CAROLINE INTERNATIONAL

US boy/girl duo Sylvan Esso’s second album ‘What Now’ is a brimming with quirky electronica. Radio fizzes with Tune-Yards-style energy, Kick Jump Twist is a slice of irreverent, beepy, minimal pop with a robotic zeal, while Die Young is more mournful, underpinned by a brilliant 80s arcade-game synth line that fades away only to make repeated comebacks. Elsewhere, Sound makes a play for the Japanese House’s ambient soundscapes and Song has more than a nod to The Cure.

2017 – a taste of what’s to come #newmusic

Here’s a lovely assortment of new releases from Caroline International,
with many new albums on their way.  

Valerie June : soulful vocalist. New album due March
British Sea Power : new album after 4 years released in March
Glass Animals new clean edit of ‘Pork Soda’ and remix of ‘Season 2 Episode 3’ ahead of their Brixton Academy gig
The Amazons, The Big Moon and Pumarosa hotly-anticipated debut albums due in the Spring 
Flo Morrissey & Matthew E White sublime covers duet album
The welcome return of Marika Hackman, The Dandy Warhols, Pulled Apart By Horses, The New PornographersBush, the legendary Van Morrison and Paul Weller’s remix of Syd Arthur and singles from Vitalic, AFI, Banfi, Dan CrollTwin Peaks, Tom Williams, Childish Gambino, Palace, Sylvan Esso, James Hersey, Drones ClubDenzel Curry, Day Wave, Joseph J Jones, Cate Le Bon, Matthew & The Atlas and Plaitum 

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Radio : Sylvan Esso

Love this electro pop track from US duo Sylvan Esso. Female attitude, quirky… what’s not to like?

The band are a collaboration between singer/songwriter Amelia Meath of the Appalachian indie folk trio Mountain Man and electronic producer Nick Sanborn, who performs under the moniker Made of Oak and plays bas with rootsy psych-rockers Megafaun, Durham, North Carolina’s Sylvan Esso craft evocative, yet elusive electro folk-pop confections that encompass the best parts of both artists.