Tag Archives: deptford goth

(31) Days of Good//12.11.17

An indie/lo-fi project from Men I Trust’s Emma. Her first single, “Your Name,” is a looping experiment of raw and electronic sounds with hazy vocals.

Bernache – Your Name [single]


Deptford Goth, the electronic R&B alias of Daniel Woolhouse, creates atmospheric music that flows with sentiment and sorrow. “Weirder in Here” is no exception.

Deptford Goth – Weirder in Here [single]


“‘Jumbo Jet,’ a reflective cut, sends the listener off to a distant place beyond where their mind currently resides. The warm track is sharply executed with the pivotal lyrics, This is just the beginning/And this is just a start, that reveals the band’s renewed approach as they glance onward.” (via GIGsoup)

Shout Out Louds – Jumbo Jet [from Ease My Mind]


A Late-night slow jam and one of the many stand out tracks from the UK producer’s debut album.

Mura Masa – Blu (feat. Damon Albarn) [from Mura Masa]



[on repeat] Daniel Woolhouse//Map of the Moon

daniel woolhouse map of the moon

I can’t really explain it, but this track really spoke to me. I love it. As it stands right now, one of my favorites of 2016.

“Map of the Moon” is the lead single from Danile Woolhouse’s (fka Deptford Goth) upcoming third record What’s That Sound?, which is set for release 10/28 on 37 Adventures.