Glass Animals – Hazey

 

Glass Animals are an English indie rock band from Oxford consisting of members Dave Bayley (lead vocals, guitar, tambourine), Drew MacFarlane (guitar, keys, backing vocals), Edmund Irwin-Singer (bass, keys, backing vocals), and Joe Seaward (drums). The group released their debut album ZABA in June 2014 as the first release on producer Paul Epworth‘s label Wolf Tone, and their second album How To Be A Human Being on August 26, 2016, to critical acclaim. The band has toured internationally and featured on line ups at festivals such as GlastonburyCoachella, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Reading/Leeds, Falls Festival, St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival, Southbound and Bestival.

A collaboration with American hip hop recording artist Joey Bada$$, titled “Lose Control”, was released on October 6, 2015. The idea for the song was apparently sparked during a randomly shared studio session.

Wet – Don’t Wanna Be Your Girl

 

 

Wet is an American indie pop group from Brooklyn, New York, consisting of Kelly Zutrau, Joe Valle, and Marty Sulkow. They have released both an EP and a studio album, and are currently signed to Columbia Records. Wet was called the most promising group in music by The Fader in 2015.

Wet is made up of members Kelly Zutrau, Joe Valle, and Marty Sulkow. The three met in New York through mutual friends while Sulkow and Valle were attending New York University and Zutrau was a student at Cooper Union. Sulkow and Zutrau formed a band called Beauty Feast in 2007. It grew to seven members but eventually dissolved. Zutrau went on to the Rhode Island School of Design but continued to write music. Sulkow and Valle became involved with her work and in 2012 the group moved in together in Sulkow’s apartment in Bedford–Stuyvesant.

Black Atlass – The Black Dog

Black Atlass is the stage name of singer, songwriter and experimental producer Alex Fleming. 

Native to the city of Montreal, and now temporary resident in London, Ontario, Atlass brings the Old World charm of his home and infuses it with stark synth landscapes and enormously empty drums not only creating a name for himself, but also eradicating any notions of a specific genre.
 This is an edit I made from the artist’s review in last.fm