Brighton Buzz: Artists to watch this summer
Swedish sensation Tilda Allie dropped her first single this weekend, and she looks set to make waves within Brighton and beyond with her luscious brand of dreamy, atmospheric, electro pop.
The sing-songwriter from Vasteras has made Brighton her second home, and looks set to build on radio plays back in Scandinavia and impact the British mainstream.
Inspired by artists Björk and Lykke li, Tilda has encompassed their influence and added a dash of classy commercial production to create a truly unique sound; one grounded in heartfelt reality.
Her acclaimed first single Time Frame is now streaming, check out the accompanying video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbcVxoxQWHY
The Magic Gang need little introduction to locals; when they’re not inciting crowd surfs or snapping strings they can usually be found frequenting the likes of Patterns and drifting around town; such is their omnipresence in Brighton’s bustling music scene. With a sea of summer festival dates planned, Jack and co are ready to transcend their indie heritage and hit up the big time.
Their excellent debut EP is streaming here: https://soundcloud.com/themagicgang/sets/themagicgangep
Avant-garde beatmaker Bevan, who recently chilled with The Badger, is expecting a glowing summer. With views racking up and critics nodding their approval, things are looking dangerously bright for the youthful producer. The promised American Boy remix is finally perfected and more tunes are in the works: keep a sharp eye on his soundcloud in the coming weeks.
Thyla dropped their third single Motherlode last week and it’s a cracker. Chiming riffs, irresistible breakdowns; you name it, they’ve got it covered. Chopping traditional psychedelia with modern musings, the Brighton four piece are undoubtedly on the rise.