Monday 13th April 2015
Brooklyn’s finest – indie electronica dreamers Corbu – are now on Spotify.
Follow them now by going here and clicking the “Follow” button under Corbu’s picture.
Look out for newly published playlists, artwork and other good stuff!
Corbu’s latest EP ‘Everything You Imagine is Real’ is available now to stream, or download from iTunes. Tracks include “Neon Hallway”, “Colony Life”, “Black Knight” and the hauntingly beautiful “Promise Me”.
Watch the official video for “Neon Hallway” here:
There’s a stunning video for “Promise Me” too:
Wednesday 8th April 2015
Photographer Shayne Hanley captures Corbu’s debut live performance of “Black Knight” in this stunning shot.
You can also watch a snippet of their performance of “Rings” on instagram.
Tuesday 7th April 2015
Brooklyn-based indie electronica outfit Corbu have a new EP out – “Everything You Imagine is Real.”
Grab the EP on iTunes.
The EP contains hypnotically beautiful tracks like “Promise Me” and “Neon Hallway”. Check out the stunning videos below.
Friday 13th March 2015
The official video for Corbu’s single “Believe the Lie”, directed by Javier Longobardo – has been selected for the ECU European Independent Film Festival.
Watch the video:
Corbu are currently in the studio laying down their hugely exciting debut album!!! Watch this space….
Thursday 25th September 2014
Saturday 20th September 2014
It’s happened again…within minutes of hearing a Corbu track, Zane Lowe was playing it on his tastemaker show on Radio 1.
This time it was TC’s brilliant trap remix of Corbu’s new single “Neon Hallway” and Zane loved it so much he made his ‘Hottest Record in the World’!!
You can listen back to him playing the track here.
Friday 14th February 2014
And it doesn’t disappoint. We love it…pyschedelic sunshine for dark days.
Check it out here:
Grab your copy of “We Are Sound” on iTunes now!
Friday 24th January 2014
It was love at first listen for Zane Lowe when he heard “We Are Sound”, the incredible debut single from Brooklyn-based five-piece Corbu.
Within half an hour of hearing the track, he was playing it on his show on BBC Radio 1.
His verdict: “it is instantly future and we think you’re going to love it” and “really really really really really really good!”
Don’t just take his word for it though – listen here and decide for yourself.