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Archive for March 30th, 2017
 
 
 
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Comrade Hat – “Go to Waste”

Last autumn, Neil Burns (Comrade Hat) impressed with “Old Amsterdam“, a lush, bittersweet ode to the eponymous city that touted a chillout lounge-friendly sound. His atmospheric prowess was evident then, and is also...
 
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Loz KeyStone – “How Is It”

To Feel Love is an album that has been in the works for two years, beginning shortly after the death of the artist’s father. Not much is known about the London-based project Loz KeyStone, though what’s highly appare...

 
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Hearty Har – “Can’t Keep Waiting”

Los Angeles psych-rockers Hearty Har showcase their bouncy, passionate sound on “Can’t Keep Waiting”, a catchy effort with snarling guitars, chugging rhythm section, and excitable vocals. Guitarist/vocalist Sh...
 
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Dreamspook – “Fear In Love”

Minneapolis-based project Dreamspook has a 9-track debut album on the way this year. “Fear In Love” shows the project from Gabriel Jorgensen (formerly known as Ancient Mariner) as one with high potential, veering to...

 
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flowers de moon – “Scifi Pulp ’72”

Fresh off a great past year that saw releases like the infectious “Symbiotic” and captivating “Pennsylvania Winter Kills Us All, Again“, flowers de moon are kicking 2017 in solid form with “Scifi P...
 
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zenxienz – “On Fire”

Los Angeles IDM act zenxienz is the project of Hong Kong-born musician, producer, and songwriter Cameron Williamson. His stylistic direction pursues one reminiscent of Flying Lotus, where elements of psychedelia, hip-hop, and j...

 
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Tom Woodward – “Beautiful Shadows”

With a timeless sound that fits within the haunting realm of Nick Drake and Leonard Cohen, Tom Woodward’s music shows a haunting assortment of sullen guitars, distant keys, and quivering vocals throughout his new track &#...
 
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Obscure Sound: Best of February 2017

Above are the most memorable tracks featured throughout February 2017, streaming on both Spotify and Soundcloud. Some tracks may be missing from the Spotify playlist, since not every track is available there (unlike Soundcloud)...