Tracks of the Week - Indigo Eyes (Artist Special)

Tracks of the Week – Indigo Eyes (Artist Special)

For our latest Tracks of the Week artist special, we’re joined by Joseph Robson, the electronic artist who works under the moniker Indigo Eyes. We featured Indigo Eyes’ latest single ‘Where Were You’ in last week’s round-up and we’re thrilled that Joseph has found the time to run us through some of his favourite new music. In case you missed it, check out Indigo Eyes’ new single below and read on to discover the music Joseph’s had on repeat over recent weeks and months.

Tommy Lefroy – The Cause

“Really beautiful and immediately captivating soft-rock track about one-sided teen romance. Echoing themes heard from the likes of Clairo and HAIM in both the lyricism and production choices, whilst still being unique to themselves. Amazing use of the whole stereo field, surrounding the listener with gentle vocals and soft guitars layered upon one another. A hugely promising introduction from the duo whose first-ever releases have been within the last few months. Excited to hear more from them in the future!”


Sam Gellaitry – Duo
A production unlike anything I’ve ever heard before! The keys, guitar, and synth lines sound straight out of a distant utopian society, although still remaining familiar with those accustomed to Sam’s abstract style. It’s also rare we get such an unapologetically Scottish voice on a pop song nowadays, adding to the tune’s unique identity. He’s a true genius amongst modern days producers!


Julia Michaels – Undertone
I’m a huge Julia Michaels fanboy. I think everyone can sing all the lyrics to at least one of the tunes she’s written in the last five years, whether they know it or not. This track comes from her debut album and is one of my new addictions, it’s just so catchy! Even though the production is on the heavier side, with drums and synths you would expect to find in drum and bass, the wordplay and delicate voice of Julia riding above gives the track an unusual but charming combination of sounds.

BEKA – Green Lights

I discovered Beka a few years ago when she featured on the Honne track ‘Crying Over You‘ and whilst it was a long wait to hear some original music from her, it was definitely worth it. ‘Green Lights‘ is my favourite track from her recently released debut EP and seems to be the perfect celebratory anthem to coming out of a difficult period in your life. The layered “oh’s” at the beginning of the chorus with huge reverbs and delays on either side are so euphoric and uplifting. It’s definitely one to dance around your living room to!

Salute – Want U There

This tune is exactly what I want my summer to sound like this year! Salute has definitely gone more left-field with his UK garage-inspired tunes recently but I feel like this track is more akin to his earlier work which had soulful vocals and more pop-inspired elements. Such a happy tune which makes me want to pack my bags and go to a festival in the sun as soon as possible!


Jasper Tygner – Kashmer
The track consists of such strange synth sounds, filtered to the point of sounding almost underwater, with drum samples sounding like they’re straight out of Bicep’s personal stash! Not usually the sort of music I’m into but the peculiar melodies and stand out vocal chops pulled me towards this tune.

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