WhoisOrion Smashes Back With 'Dun Out Ere'

He's an independent force...WhoIsOrion smashes back with new single 'Dun Out Here'. The independent force has built a following off his own back, using a love for the art and a thirst for ambition to power him. Singles such as 'Apologies' and 'Bally On Me' marked out his name, before he was draw into the PXL Records camp. A self-taught producer, new single 'Dun Out Here' shows all sides to WhoIsOrion's artistry, displaying his vast wealth of knowledge. It's strength of character, though, which shines through, with WhoIsOrion amplifying his talent at every turn. Tune in now. - - - Join us on the ad-free creative social network Vero, as we get under the skin of global cultural happenings. Follow Clash Magazine as we skip merrily between clubs, concerts, interviews and photo shoots. Get backstage sneak peeks, exclusive content and access to Clash Live events and a true view into our world as the fun and games unfold. Buy Clash Magazine

WhoisOrion Smashes Back With 'Dun Out Ere'
He's an independent force...

WhoIsOrion smashes back with new single 'Dun Out Here'.

The independent force has built a following off his own back, using a love for the art and a thirst for ambition to power him.

Singles such as 'Apologies' and 'Bally On Me' marked out his name, before he was draw into the PXL Records camp.

A self-taught producer, new single 'Dun Out Here' shows all sides to WhoIsOrion's artistry, displaying his vast wealth of knowledge.

It's strength of character, though, which shines through, with WhoIsOrion amplifying his talent at every turn.

Tune in now.

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SPELLLING Shares New Track 'Boys At School'
It's out on June 25th...

SPELLLING has shared new track 'The Turning Wheel' - tune in now.

The LA artist's new album is incoming, the follow up to her celebrated 2019 debut 'Mazy Fly'.

Out on June 25th, new full length 'The Turning Wheel' will be released on Sacred Bones, and it finds SPELLLING spinning the dials once more.

'Boys At School' is another preview from the record, a glimpse into the "below" section of her two-part full length project.

An evocative ballad that stretches out beyond the seven minute mark, it finds SPELLLING aiming to “step back into my younger self, my teenage self to voice my angst, desires and disillusionments."

She continues: "I knew when I created the main motif on the piano that it was striking something really raw and both delicate and fierce. The notes just immediately transported me to the era of my youth, of this time when you are really beginning to confront the mirror of yourself to the outside world."

Tune in now.

Photo Credit: Erik Bender

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Get backstage sneak peeks, exclusive content and access to Clash Live events and a true view into our world as the fun and games unfold.

Buy Clash Magazine

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