Every Wednesday on HighClouds, from now until death do us part, we publish the picky playlists of our Brussels’ friend and collaborator Deer Du Bois. He has been demonstrating a real talent in highlighting emerging and talented acts and imposes himself as a real talent-spotter. Every week, his playlist is a sharp and buzzing selection of new discoveries in indie and pop music. And lucky you: we are now your fresh and fun place to weekly seat and savor his delightful “indie.tronic.dream.pop.chill.wave” cocktail. So, do you mind a cup?
This week, Deer Du Bois offers us another refreshing indie pop playlist! Let’s get botanical. Feel and see new music sprout from the fertile summer soil.
Soft, colorful new artists bloom in bright pink and electric blue besides nocturnal glowing neon nightshades. We’ve been breeding them happy and intense, but also piercing and melodramatic.
Discover the Finish flora with LKA and her dazzling pop on “Wildfire”.
London singer Christa V, who in her music unfolds the organic origami of life before “Fading Away”.
With a double entry on our playlist this week, we can’t hide our musical obsession with Isaac Sakima. We meet him here as producer of Samson on “Disguise” and with his side-project SWIMS singing his quivering new single “Twice”.
Our perfect crush this week comes from the freshly emerging L.A. singer Bridesmen with his slick and soulful song “Empty”.
On the tones of Ninth Child‘s new dark gem “Together Apart”, you’ll get sucked into her fierce and mystical world of pop-noir.
And to end in avant-garde style we present you Holy Balm with the hectic but powerful “Clandestine”, a 7 minute-during neo-futuristic trip of colourful and musical bliss!