Sunday 19 October 2014

ICYMI - This Week on WIIHAMB - 2014 Week #42

In case you missed it - You shouldn't have, but just in case you did.
Week 42 of 2014... there's only ten more weeks left to this entire year!
Keep up to date with all of the daily goings-on over at WIIHAMB Daily.

LA based Flor have released their debut single ‘Heart’ and it’s a banger. Flor are slap bang in the middle of indie rock band and and electro/synth laden outfit.

'Put you on' was uploaded to London based production duo Perplexus' Soundcloud page five whole months ago but it's finally receiving a full single release in November.

Whilst recording their 2013 album ‘Before It Caves’, A Loss For Words recorded their own version of Kings Of Leon’s mega-hit ‘Use Somebody’ and it sounds like this.

Leeds’ The Wilde are back with their new track ‘Until next time, it’s a one time thing’. The single is taken from their forthcoming debut EP, ‘The Libertine’, which is due for release next month.

Throwback Thursday
Hard-Fi's ‘Hard to beat’ is taken from their debut album ‘Stars of CCTV’ released way back in 2005 and God was it crammed full of bangers.

Fractures is the alias of Australian Mark Zito who uses the moniker to release slowburning leftfield RnB. Below is the video for new single ‘It’s alright’ which fits the eerie song perfectly.

'Sleep talker' is the new single from Rival State taken from their new EP 'Youth Tax'. Not just classic rock, Rival State have a really contemporary and current feel setting them apart from their peers.

London based D/C has unveiled his new single ‘The Fall’. ‘The Fall’ is stipped back and D/C’s vocals really do run the show here, with his voice sounding so genuine, really setting him apart from other upcoming R’n’B acts.

'Silly little things' is the brand new single from English singer-songwriter Shannon Saunders. It's weird and quirky with elements reminiscent of MIA, yet boils down to being a great pop song.

At first, Tom James is what you’d expect from a Cornish singer-songwriter, an air of Ben Howard about him, but actually he’s so much more. James’ unique percussive use of his guitar really sets him apart from his peers.

October playlists so far: YouTube / Spotify / Deezer