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Release Radar | 017

Welcome back to Release Radar, where we compile some of our favourite new releases from the last few weeks!



London alternative-indie three piece Glass Peaks have just released their new single 'Lift Me', showing off their distinct melodic guitar sound that they're so well known for.

The band say on the track,

“It’s about needing someone else’s strength and realising that no matter how resilient you are, you can’t always carry the world on your shoulders. It’s about the heady romantic night walks followed by mind numbing arguments. It’s about realising your own self worth and actually putting your foot down for once. I suppose in general it’s just about making a statement, and implementing the changes you want to see.” 

Since the release of their debut EP 'It's Raining On The Wrong Side of the Window', Glass Peaks have gained incredible praise from influential tastemakers. Having been hit with the struggles of the pandemic and having headline shows as well as festival appearances cancelled, the band are still using their creative flow to create content and new tracks for their fans, with 'Lift Me' being the first taste of what's to come!

Listen to the track HERE Instagram: @glasspeaks


Kisos & Anna Wang have teamed up for their electro power bop collaboration 'Call Me When You're Wasted'. Co-written, produced and mixed by Anna, the single is pounding synth pop that explores the guilty regret of hooking up with a toxic ex.

Kisos says,

"Call Me When You're Wasted" is "a sweaty, sexy, regret filled night, but one that won't stop happening anytime soon."

Both artists have had their fair share of international press, and Anna also co-produced Kisos's recent EP, which landed him in The Advocate's recent print issue as one of 7 queer artists on their watch list.

Listen to the track HERE

Instagram: @itskisos | @annawang2


LA duo Yeti Tactics have returned with their sumptuous new single 'Guest House'. Using warm production and relaxed vocals, they have created an alluring track that perfectly matches lyrical and musical content.

Jordan of the duo says,

‘"Guest House started as an instrumental I made at the beginning of quarantine here in LA. Sean (bass) was living in an actual guest house in Palm Desert at the time I sent it over him. Sean had the title and hook ready to go, so we wrote the song around his experience living out in the desert, whilst dating someone in LA as he had just invited them out for the weekend.’"

Following on from their previous single 'El Matador', Yeti Tactics have maintained their identifiable hooky indie pop song writing and continue to build their dreamy sound, with their album planned for release early next year.

Listen to the track HERE

Instagram: @yetitactics


One True God has made his valiant return to Night Mode for the label's third season, with his latest single 'I See U'. Back in July, the LA based producer brought his signature sound to Night Mode with his label debut 'Addicted'.

'I See U' builds on his initial appearance, but see's him upping the ante, with plucky bass licks, heavily distorted bottom-end, haunting textures and foreboding vocals lurching from the shadows.

Since first surfacing in the house scene back in 2019, OTG has already made considerable strides for himself on the strength of his singular sound.

Listen to the track HERE

Instagram: @followotg


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