Low Island are a fresh Oxford four-piece who make excellent warped fuzzy Pop. They recently turned ALL the heads at Reading & Leeds festival when they rocked the BBC Introducing stage. Hit play on their brand new single “The Lines” below:
They’re hitting the road this Autumn and they’ve given us a bunch of tunes that they get down to on tour. Take it away lads:
Alexandra Savior: Girlie
Really into her voice and Ford/Turner production.
Moses Sumney: Doomed
So powerful using so little. How does he hit those high notes?
Grizzly Bear: Systole
Love the amazing clouds of ambience that these always guys do so well.
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith: Rare Things Grow
Weird sax and modular synth sounds.
Baba Stiltz: Can’t Help It
Great short vocal line coming and going, super nonchalant.
Vince Staples – Love Can Be…
Crazy swing to this.
Amazing dark sounds with a good sense of humour.
Drexciya: Aquatic Bata Particles
Stompin bass line all day.
Ricardo Villalobos: Bakasecc
Love the whole new album but this one stands out for me.
Talaboman: Safe Changes
Great krautrocky morning drive music.
That’s it folks! What a fantastically eclectic selection of songs, love it, love everything about it. Check the whole list in a nice neat Spotify playlist below:
Catch Low Island on tour this Autumn. Get tickets here: ticketweb.co.uk/lowisland