RIOT Release Radar: #080

A Ri-ku:
pour another out
brockhampton call it a day
thank you for boogie

Swim Deep // World’s Unluckiest Guy
The ever young B-town boys are back in the saddle with new EP FAMILIARISE YOURSELF WITH YOUR CLOSEST EXIT due in the coming months. ‘World’s Unluckiest Guy’ sees Swim Deep teaming up with Hatchie to spin a dreamy slice of melancholic pop.

Metronomy // Things will be fine
Another return of an all-time favourite. Joe Mount & co strip their sound back to it’s simplest, sweetest form in ‘Things will be fine’.

Honeyglaze // Shadows
Armed with a music video directed by Sorry’s Asha Lorenz, Honeyglaze have confirmed plans for their debut album, released by none other than Speedy Wunderground. Proof – if ever we needed it – that South London’s indie scene is truly a bottomless bag of delights.


The Simps, Eyedress & zzzahara // Tesla
The busiest figure in lo-fi pop, Eyedress, teams up with zzzahara’s contemplative vocals for ‘Tesla’. Simplistic on the surface, this tune just keeps on giving. Play it again.. and play it a tenth time.

BABA ALI // Living It Up
Released via Yard Act’s Zen F.C. label, BABA ALI have made a stone cold banger: worthy of gracing any indie dancefloor.. or regular dancefloor, for that matter.

Public Body // Reset My Password
Singer Seb Gilmore ponders his place in the professional world, navigating company policy and password renewals through toe-tapping frenetic post-punk that bursts with pure energy. Public Body’s debut EP arrives 23rd Feb.

Human Interest // Feel Good
Human Interest embody decades of lush rock n roll evolution, with a little something for everyone. Is it possible to listen to this tune and not, in fact, feel good? We doubt it.

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Matt Ganfield

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