Sunday Vibes: Playlist 26th march 2023
Updated: Mar 28
Sunday's are for chillin!
So if your looking for some new music to check out whilst you enjoy a little bit of much needed 'me' time then let DARKUS treat you to our brand new weekly playlists featuring some of the coolest new names around.
Sit back, relax and let the music lead the way!
Louise Burns - Bloom
Louise Burns is a Canadian singer/songwriter from British Columbia who started her career as part of the teenage pop-punk band Lillix, then later forged an interesting and versatile solo career in the 2010s that ranged from jangling indie pop to new wave, jazz, country, and vivid synth pop.
Mako Bron. - Newtown Nights
Mako Bron is a Sydney based singer-songwriter and producer. In August 2020 he released his first single, 'Zombies are Coming' quickly followed by EP 'Mirror Mirror', and single 'Sideways' in 2021, all of which were received with warm reviews and playlist inclusions from grass roots bloggers and indie radio in UK, US and Australia. The latest single Newtown Night is just another example of his exciting evolution.
The Haunt - This Won't Go Over Well
Praised by the likes of Rock Sound Magazine, Alt Press, American Songwriter, South-Florida based The Haunt are back with their latest single This Won't Go Over Well, a total must-listen to track for any music fan.
Jack Huffman - Babe
At the age of 14 Jake Huffman and his band McLovins posted on YouTube a cover of Phish’s You Enjoy Myself from his parents basement in Connecticut. Overnight the video went viral and sparked a rabid following of fans around the world. From bars to clubs to theaters to major music festivals, at an early age Jake became a fixture on the rock music scene. His band shared the stage with Blink-182, Foster the People, BB King, and The Flaming Lips.
Roots of Creation x Brandon Hardesty x Brett Wilson x Bumpin Uglies - Castle
A collaboration of great minds Roots of Creation, Brandon Hardesty, Brett Wilson and Bumpin Uglies come together as they explore the world of reggae.
Nick Howe - I Got Nothing
I Got Nothing is the latest track from irrepressible London-based songwriter Nick Howe, a spirited indie folk/ pop song about the feeling of losing someone you deeply care about.
Hailing from a long line of family entertainers dating back 200 years, including May Warden from Dinner For One the Nick Howe is a consummate musician who simply does not take his foot off the gas! His relentless drive has forged minor opportunities into significant career milestones, including syncs with Cadbury’s and Angry Birds. He’s also acted in the ITV series Lewis and performed at Glastonbury and SXSW.
Libby Johnston - Right Person, Wrong Time
Multi-talented New Zealander, Libby Johnston returns with her brand new single, Right Person, Wrong Time a deeply moving and beautiful song which is the ideal treat for any music fan out.
Mac Summer - Suddenly the Rain
Mac Summer is emerging as one of the most thrilling live acts to emerge from New Zealand in years. His reputation has been bolstered by a packed tour schedule, with his shows being rapturously received across his home country. From his early days as a reggae producer in Auckland to his current incarnation as liquid drum and bass innovator, his sound has always been defined by high-octane rhythms, mesmerizing atmospheres, and unforgettable hooks.
With his latest sonic innovations, he has received significant acclaim, both from prominent critics and his growing legion of devoted fans. With a slew of new releases high profile appearances in the works, Mac is poised to make a meaningful impact on the international electronic music community.
Springworks - Joke Of The Season
Springworks is a duo based in Canada. David Beaman and Ryan Rollinson have been playing together, creating songs and pressing them onto wax cylinders for as long as they have known one another. They in fact met for the first time on a shared piano, and have been a musical duo ever since.
Joke of the Season sees the duo get even more creative as they explore new and exciting ideas.