Who better to christen Stamp.TV Interviews that Ned Younger of Monument Valley…
Here’s the first session we ever filmed, at London’s St. Giles in the Field Church…
Altanta-based songstress Staycen is a super-talented soul-queen with a platinum egde. Mystifyingly, she’s unsigned, yet pouring out vibes that’ll wash you straight back into the early noughties ‘golden-age’ of RnB. There’s not too much information on Staycen yet, so I have no interesting facts to offer, except that her EP is free to download at http://staycen.bandcamp.com/ and I haven’t been able to get the chorus of Feel ‘Ya out of my head for weeks. So listen below at your own peril, you have been warned!
…including tracks from Frank Ocean, Submotion Orchestra, Jhené Aiko and many more!
It’s hard to believe after listening to his gentle voice and delicate finger plucking, but Keaton Henson didn’t intend to be a musician. The shy and retiring Londoner first got noticed as an artist (he designed t-shirts for Urban Outfitters don’t you know), whilst writing songs on the sly. But once this creative cauldron of the arts was discovered there was no going back, and since releasing his debut album ‘Dear…’ last November, Keaton has been simmering gently under the surface, attracting a dedicated following. With songs this heart-warming you kind of want to keep him to yourself. But that’s not we’re here for, so enjoy.
Paul Thomas Saunders is not your regular singer-songwriter. The 20 year-old Leeds College of Music graduate left his previous two bands because their music didn’t represent his style truly enough. Now playing solo, the result is his alarmingly high, reverbing voice fronting an eery sound that falls somewhere between minimal electronic, ambient and good old…
A stirring improvised collaboration recorded over the 2018 vernal equinox.
Soothing dream pop from the Welsh multi-instrumentalist.
An ode to our Gottwood home from the Ruf Kutz boss.
Warped soul experiments from the newest Future Bounce signee.
Old school dance anthems from the Optimo Music and Biologic Records producer.
Japanese ambient, and US indie-soul to lo-fi London rnb and uplifting gospel.
Katia Mullova explores the lessons we might learn from Coronavirus lockdown to create a more environmentally-friendly gig economy and community at large.
Katia Mullova assesses the wider implications of this annual focus on data sharing.
A behind the scenes look at Berlin’s unassuming open air party spot.