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Archive for November, 2017
 
 
 
Funk
 

Stoop Kids – “Motions”

Stoop Kids’ “Good Enough” strutted melodically in the realm of surf-pop and nostalgic-pop, and the New Orleans-based project shows their funkier side on new track “Motions”. The group pursues a bra...
 
Electronic
 

Kent Odessa – “Radar Gaze” + “Gender Studies”

The slight acoustics to kick off “Radar Gaze” suggest something trending into lo-fi territory, though that’s quickly changed when the rhythms and aquatic shimmering guitars kick in just past the 30-second mark...

 
Hip-Hop
 

Graffiti Royale – “Raised”

“Raised’ is Graffiti Royale’s recently released second single, showcasing a smorgasbord of styles – ranging from both East and West Coast hip-hop to ’80s funk/soul and indie-rock. With a faultlessl...
 
Tracks
 

Go Suburban – “WWDK” + “Somewhere Somehow”

Go Suburban is a promising alt-rock act from Provo, UT, primarily a family endeavor that consists of Brian and Dave Swanson, Jonas Swanson (Brian’s 15 year old son), and high school friend Nick Park. The closely connected...

 
Funk
 

6 Wings – “Money For My Thoughts”

With an infectious funk-laden beat and melodic delivery, “Penny For My Thoughts” is a captivating track from 6 Wings, the hip-hop project of Dieusen Maxime, based out of North Lauderdale. The verses provide apt time...
 
Tracks
 

Oyster Kids – “Gum (Everybody’s My Friend)”

“Gum (Everybody’s My Friend)” is a super fun new track from Oyster Kids, a new indie-pop duo from Los Angeles. “‘Gum’ was inspired by Los Angeles. Living here, we’re constantly surrounded by pressures to...

 
Tracks
 

Galapaghost – “I Never Arrived”

Hailing from Woodstock, New York, Galapaghost grew up in a place that played a nice role in psychedelic folk music, so it’s apt that the project’s folky stylistic direction is both psychedelic and hauntingly nostalg...
 
Tracks
 

Roger Singh Kahlon – “Forever”

We featured Roger Singh Kahlon’s infectiously atmospheric track “Believe” earlier this year, showcasing a light electro-pop and suave alt-rock arsenal, with a jubilant chorus that rides nicely on multiple voca...