After Nyne Weekend Playlist 18/9/15

Another week, another hangover, another playlist to please your ears.  Have a good one After Nyners.  Don’t forget to share the list and tweet @AfterNyne.


Lawrence Taylor – Chains

Boasting infectious choruses and spine tingling guitar riffs 22-year-old singer songwriter Lawrence Taylor demonstrates why he is one of the most talked about unsigned artists in the business on new track ‘Chains’. Born and raised in Birmingham, Taylor further exemplifies his songwriting capabilities with this gorgeous new number that will make even the more seasoned guitarists envious.

Craft Spells – Our Park By Night

“I genuinely wanted to write the next album to help transcend the label of indie rock that was put on my music,” says Justin Vallesteros of the new track. This was my youthful approach to my early style of production where I never thought about a live band. Our Park by Night was the first to be finished after the last album nausea and you can hear me slowly putting the color back into the music. I’m getting back to being a producer first before anything, It feels like an art project again and not so much of an indie album.”


The Island Club – Paper Kiss

The Island Club are introducing themselves by offering a fresh take on the modern, upbeat pop song. With rhythmic guitar hooks, mesmerising synth and a groove that is proving to be second nature to their sound, ‘Paper Kiss’ is a sonic exploration that will leave listeners submerged in a mental bubble bath of feel-good sensations.
The band have had an amazing team behind them to work on the debut release – with Neil Kennedy (The Ranch House Productions) behind them from the get go in the recording process, Geoff Swan (ColdplayHaim, and Ed Sheeran) in to mix the single and Robin Schmidt (Two Door Cinema ClubBen HowardThe Black Keys) was recruited to master the track.

Emmecosta – Brontos (Tontario remix)

Dreamy soundscapes, urban beats and nordic coolness is what you get when you throw Positano, Milan, and Gothenburg into a mix. Throw in Claudio Pallone, Alfonso Fusco, and Aldo Axha and you get Emmecosta; a Gothenburg based post-club trio. Emmecosta is the new soul act of electro-writing. In their own words they describe their music as “alternative dream pop that celebrates intimate landscapes through a melancholic stream that merges with dreamy vocal narratives.”

Let’s Say We Did – Sometimes every second is a dream

Stockholm based Let’s Say We Did is back with a new track called ”Sometimes Every Second Is A Dream”. The song is taken from the bands latest recording session at their own studio in Stockholm. ”Sometimes Every Second Is A Dream” kickoff in the simple and reclined soundscape that moulded the bands latest EP ”Such A Shame” from last year. It’s a straight forward and classic pop song dressed in a country suit, trying to express a feeling of hope and warmth.  The song is produced and recorded by Let’s Say We Did. Mixed by Max Bloom from Yuck. Mastered by Hans Olsson Brookes at Svenska Grammofonstudion.