Blog Profile / The Blue Walrus


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Archived Since:April 2, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Colipher & Tobias Koett – Soloft

We've got one hell of jam to give the rest of your week a kick with Colipher & Tobias Koett's 'Soloft', the first release on FM4 Unlimited Matches. Colipher & Tobias Koett – Soloft was originally published on The Blue Walrus.

Jens Kuross – Only The Lonely

On Only The Lonely, Jens Kuross haunted vocals bring together skittish rhythms, piano chords, and a discordant atmosphere as he explores the void. Jens Kuross – Only The Lonely was originally published on The Blue Walrus.

Strange Boy – Annunciation EP (premiere)

We’ve featured electronic duo Strange Boy a few times already over the last couple of months, and now we’re privileged to share with you their debut EP ‘Annunciation. Strange Boy – Annunciation EP (premiere) was originally published on The Blue Walrus.

Strange Boy – Corbusier

Strange Boy's Corbusier is glorious grande composition of swooping electronica Strange Boy – Corbusier was originally published on The Blue Walrus.

Caspar Leopard – Expire Pt I (premiere)

Find calm within the maelstrom with the sublime beauty of Caspar Leopard's debut single Expire Pt I Caspar Leopard – Expire Pt I (premiere) was originally published on The Blue Walrus.

Strange Boy – Annunciation

Annunciation sees vocalist and composer Kieran Brunt and electronic producer Matt Huxley create a rich, cinematic soundscape. One that ebbs and flows from fragility to strength, pierced only by the Brunt's other-worldly vocals of anxiety and self-reflection. Strange Boy – Annunciation was originally published on The Blue Walrus.

Gileah Taylor – Till We’re Through

Gileah Taylor's Till We're Through is a hazy dreamscape - a mysterious late-night stroll through the dark countryside under the twinkling stars. Gileah Taylor – Till We’re Through was originally published on The Blue Walrus.

Sorcha Richardson – Waking Life

On Waking Life, Waking Life takes a critical look at the place she's arrived at, and comes to the conclusion that she has no idea how to reconcile the discrepancies between her dreams and current reality. Sorcha Richardson – Waking Life was originally published on The Blue Walrus.

RYD – Work It Out

The first track from that RYD's 'Now There's Nowhere' EP is the shimmering and empyreal 'Work It Out' - a song of vulnerability and pristine honesty. RYD – Work It Out was originally published on The Blue Walrus.

Wildes – Ghost

Wildes' Ghost is a hauntingly beautiful examination of the lasting echoes of lost lovers on our souls Wildes – Ghost was originally published on The Blue Walrus.

Majik – Talk to Me

Majik's Talk to Me is am atmospheric electronic soundscape that glimmers and flickers into the dark. Majik – Talk to Me was originally published on The Blue Walrus.

Andrew Applepie – Fantasy Prison

Andrew Applepie's Fantasy Prison is atmospheric and experiments with jazz, r'n'b, electronica and everything in between, all the while keeping to a low, grinding beat to tell the story. Andrew Applepie – Fantasy Prison was originally published on The Blue Walrus.

Annie Hart – Run To You

Annie Hart's Run To You offers simple synth lines that just roll around the beat, as Hart's vocals welcome you in to her world - a place of infatuation where nothing else matters and can only see one person in the crowded room. Annie Hart – Run To You was originally published on The Blue Walrus.

Alex the Astronaut – Not Worth Hiding

Not Worth Hiding from Sydney-based Alex the Astronaut is a warm and folksy celebration of individuality and expression, from the perspective of a 16-year-old who finds love and learns to accept herself for who she always was. Alex the Astronaut – Not Worth Hiding was originally published on The Blue Walrus.

BUTTERFLYWINGTIP – What Do You Know (premiere)

BUTTERFLYWINGTIP's What Do You Know starts with some synth and industrial synth sounds, but really gets into its groove with an utterly destroyed bassline and some surprisingly catchy harmonies for the chorus. BUTTERFLYWINGTIP – What Do You Know (premiere) was originally published on The Blue Walrus.

King Henry (feat. Rhye) – Moment

Moment is a smooth and sultry jam featuring the combined talents of King Henry and Walrus-favourite Rhye. King Henry (feat. Rhye) – Moment was originally published on The Blue Walrus.

Introducing: Corre

Corre's debut two tracks roll and twist around the same simple melodies, keeping just enough rhythm to progress through from one phrase to the next, but always resolutely beautiful. Introducing: Corre was originally published on The Blue Walrus.

One Thousand Things – The Bridge (premier)

The Bridge from One Thousand Things is a soaring anthem that speaks of the moments when your mind spins with times now lost, flashes of what were once occasions of joy and comfort. It's a thing of beauty. One Thousand Things – The Bridge (premier) was originally published on The Blue Walrus.

Introducing: Jacup

Introducing Jacup and his beautifully layered, distorted songs of love and infatuation Introducing: Jacup was originally published on The Blue Walrus.

Kazy Lambist – Shutdown

Today we've got more electro-pop goodness from the Montpellier-based in the form of Shutdown, which slowly builds from the spoken word through understated vocal melodies, infectious hooks, and into a dancefloor jam. Kazy Lambist – Shutdown was originally published on The Blue Walrus.

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