Sourcing and showcasing the globe's most vibrant new music – online and on stage – Lost In The Manor is a London-based webzine, promotions team, press agency and label.
Sourcing and showcasing the globe's most vibrant new music – online and on stage – Lost In The Manor is a London-based webzine, promotions team, press agency and label
Danish four-piece Saint Best share the eye-popping video for their cool electro thumper ‘In The Morning’ and tell Lost In The Manor all about its egg-related inception as well as revealing some insider info on the Copenhagen scene
Lucia Fontaine is evidently a hulking rock and roller with a penchant for big atmospherics and a good tune.
There’s no denying the clean execution of 'Think Too Much', its catchy melody bursting through the kaleidoscopia thanks to complementary stringed fuzz and harmonic basslines ’neath Jake Smallwood’s hardy vocals
At a time when bands are sounding hopelessly homogeneous, there’s something deeply refreshing about White’s constant but cohesive reinvention. Latest track ‘Step Up’ is their least conventional.
Maggie has ditched the traditional folk instruments of her earlier work to make the kind of electronic alt-folk that would jam comfortably in the ears of a Sylvan Esso fan. Usually reinvention is a gamble for new artists but she makes it as instinctive as breathing.
Just as you’re beginning to fear Team Picture’s adherence to brute-force krautrock has left them as aggressively inflexible as the Russian football experience, they rustle up a spine-tingling flourish.
The diversity of Goat is what makes them so appealing, drawing influence from African music as well as Spanish and Native American sounds. ‘I Sing in Silence’ brings vitality and freshness
Nick Varey (Live)
Only Takes a Day (Live)
Taylor James Eary (Live)
The Coolness (Live)
Eddie Fahrenheit (Live)
“Elegantly experimental surf soul, saturated with luxury. Like a psychedelic Bee Gees” Raw Ramp
“Supreme” Louder Than War
“More than a band you hear, Brothers Rasputin are a band you experience” Right Chord Music
“Hazy, atmospheric synthetic sound to some gorgeous pop melodies” Clash
“Diverse influences… Yet the resulting melange coheres into a frequently beguiling avant-garde chamber pop” - R2