Sunday, 16 November 2014

ICYMI - This Week on WIIHAMB - 2014 Week #46

In case you missed it - You shouldn't have, but just in case you did.

Even though it's only mid-November I feel as though we're getting dangerously close to the end of the year. I'm not ready to pick my best of 2014s or picks for 2015 yet!

Keep up to date with all of the daily goings-on over at WIIHAMB Daily.

New single ‘Cinnamon’ proves The Never Ever have a sound all of their own bringing out one of the catchiest songs I’ve heard this year. ‘Cinnamon’ is sugary sweet and candy-coated all over.

‘Wildheart’ is the “B Side” to Saint Raymond's new single ‘Fall At Your Feet’. It’s feel good and a brilliant reminder of the growing distance between us and the summer that was.

Users In The Stream, That Is What We Are
WIIHAMB's take on Taylor Swift, streaming platforms and who is wrong or right

Throwback Thursday
Throwback Thursday has been pretty rock/metal focused recently but I couldn’t switch up genres before posting this early 00’s gem from Spineshank.

‘People Like Me…’ is taken from Emarosa’s most recent album ‘Versus’, released earlier this year. Bradley Walden’s vocals are spot on and the musicianship of the band overall really shines through on this track.

The sampling on Kyle Lucas tracks is ALWAYS on point and ‘Fear and Loathing’ is no different. This track’s all about Lucas not being and not wanting to be mainstream and write pop songs, but the material he’s been coming out with proves that he’s doing the rap game just right.

This Brooklyn based four piece create R & B infused eletronic atmospheric indie tracks, ‘Stranger’ being a perfect example of that. Until writing the original post I had no idea MOTHXR’s frontman was Penn Badgley, who’d have thought?!

Guildford based 'alt-rockers' Swim Good are back again with their new single 'Little Victories' and an 80s/90s inspired lyric video.The track has verses that'll have you swaying in your seat and a chorus you'll have stuck in your head for days.

November playlists: YouTube / Spotify / Deezer


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