After Nyne Weekend Playlist 20/11/15

Alison Wonderland – Games

Breakthrough Australian DJ and producer Alison Wonderland released her RUN Deluxe Edition double album this week featuring official remixes by production figureheads Jimmy Edgar, Hermitude, Sinden and more.  Sure to captivate Alison’s fast growing global fan-base, the deluxe version of the album sees 12 stand-out producers reimagine tracks from the album. UK radio support has come from the likes of Mistajam, Annie Mac, Annie Nightingale, Diplo and Julie Adenuga.

Radiation City – Juicy

In late 2013, with two well-received full-lengths and an EP under its belt, Radiation City got the itch. The band had built a strong following in its native Portland and connected with fans around the world, and from the outside, the path seemed clear enough: find a great producer to work with and further develop the smooth, space-age doo-wop sound that had put them on the map in the first place.

Everywhere – Shades at Night

Critically praised alt rock band Everywhere, have announced the release of their new single ‘Shades At Night’ available on all digital providers from November 16th. Recorded in East West Studios Los Angeles and produced by Mark Needham (Fleetwood Mac, Blondie), ‘Shades At Night’ is available to pre-order now.  They made their first UK appearance at the 2013 NME Awards, playing alongside Django Django and Palma Violets, and later went on to support the Kaiser Chiefs and headline Notting Hill Arts Club.

Holy Boy – 15 Billion Miles

Holy Boy is the new project from Helene Alexandra, whose former incarnation ‘Her Royal Harness’ rode a wave of media attention around the 2013 debut ‘The Hunting Room’.  The Sunday Times lauded it as “Experimental, gimlet-eyed electro pop in the vein of Eurythmics and Grace Jones, where textural eccentricity underpins chart-focused immediacy.” While Notion called it “A fresher take on pop as we know it”.

Nick Wilson – Home

Nick Wilson is a singer/songwriter originally from Buckinghamshire and at the tender age of just 20 years old has talent rich beyond his years. Fusing subtle guitar rhythms, with a delicate vocal and a whole lot of passion, Nick Wilson is on the verge of something special.  Having impressed with his first two EP’s, ‘Darkest Hour’ and ‘Ashes’ gained over 1 million plays on all platforms, Nick Wilson returns with a brand new EP, ‘Bright Eyes’ ahead of further 2016 announcements. ‘Bright Eyes’ is the kind of EP that with one listen will have you hooked and that’s a testament to Nick’s songwriting ability.