I see dead people: Clémentine March & Blue House

Summer Clouds / A Ticket For the London Necropolis Railway – Clémentine March & Blue House SWIT favourite Clémentine March has teamed up with Blue House to produce a double A-side of rare excellence. Dreamy insouciance is the order of the day, evoking London fields on hot summer weekends, rattling suburban trains and that giddy…

Dr. No will see UTO now.

UTO – No Song UTO bring us their deconstructed nothingness with No Song (Pain Surprises). Dangerously brilliant. YouTube 2018 Playlist Spotify 2018 Playlist Photo Jacques-Henri Heim

Super World Interview Time: MyGhost revisit their old haunts

Back in the summer of 2016 when we were FEW (and far between) we premiered “Queen Of Summer”  (Dead Bees Records) by MyGhost. Now that we are SWIT we are delighted to have an interview with the boys on the occasion of the release of their debut LP also entitled “MyGhost”. The beautifully-produced record fulfills…

I’m sure that a magus* will build a temple to Vegas

Vegas – End of the World “End of the World” is the melodic, sleek, brooding debut by Vegas on Better Call Rob. Coming on like a lost eighties masterpiece, blending Propaganda, The Bad Seeds and much more it’s a pretty fine way to introduce yourself to the world and another great find for Robert Heitmann’s…

A whistling swan couldn’t sound better than Owen Marchildon

Owen Marchildon – Sweet Potato Kisses Call me a sentimental fool [You’re certainly a fool. Ed] but I love this. Here is the wonderful, country-tinged ballad “Sweet Potato Kisses” from Owen Marchildon. Speaking of children (?) Owen said “The song is about my son. I quit my job and took part time work on weekends…

Not many musicians could ape Fricot

Dom Fricot – Echoes Vancouver native Dom Fricot wrote to us “I just put out a new music video for the track ECHOES. The video follows two mischievous youngsters in the streets of Kathmandu, Nepal. Shot and produced by Dwight Jantzi of Fishtank Films, this work is probably one of my favourite projects to be…

“CHESS” by ANIQO is no minor piece

ANIQO – CHESS “Chess” by ANIQO is a dark meditation on love and the games people play. Pared back, insistent and immediate, it inhabits the danger-zone between security and adventure and illustrates that less can be very much more when it comes to creating music that will live long in the memory. The track is…

There’s nothing finah than this tune from Bank Myna

Hello, Bank Myna are not messing about, their new song “Forest In My Head” is dark, monumental, portentous even. It talks to dreams, nightmares, confusion. It’s a rook with a crimson-red beak. I especially love the percussion, and above all the heaviness floats Maud’s vocal, a feather drifting through a coal-mine. Class. It’s the first…

Super World Interview Time: No Suits In Miami roll up their sleeves

This is No Suits In Miami’s third outing on SWIT. The band are from the southern Swedish town of Lund and consist of Michelle Dzgoeva, Olle Oscarsson, Hannes Ponzlid and Erik Lange.  Today we have their brilliantly downbeat, tuneful new single “Plain Sight”, plus we get a chance to interrogate the band. We have ways…

Super World Exclusive Time: Foreign Owl’s new song “Jump” takes flight

We said previously “mixing elements of René Magritte, Sparklehorse, Edward Lear and whatever you’re having yourself, Foreign Owl makes quite extraordinary sounds” and now new song “Jump” (produced by Rory Moore) confirms everything we thought previously and more. It’s a jumped-up catchy-groove, with wonderful vocals over(under?)laid with a  tale of divers taking a dangerous leap into…