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Archive for November 22nd, 2017
 
 
 
Funk
 

Miles Dismond – “I Always Wanted You”

“I Always Wanted You,” the latest track from Miles Dismond, continues his lush and engrossing blend of jazz, psych, and soul. It’s another impressive release from the Berkeley, California-based artist, who previousl...
 
Indie Pop
 

Deep Touch – “Fake Or Real Indifference”

Hypnotic, swirling keys and an entrancing vocal melody – reminiscent of Blonde Redhead – help establish “Fake Or Real Indifference” as a dreamy success from the get-go. The ’60s-inspired bouncy hoo...

 
Funk
 

The New Hippies – “Text Me Back, Witch”

Hailing from Orange, CA, The New Hippies are an eclectic act that touch on pop, R&B, funk, jazz, and hip-hop. The act recently finished up a small Southern California tour, opening for the esteemed Wu-Tang Clan. New single ...
 
Indie Pop
 

Apartment X – “Young”

Apartment X are an unsigned act from Durham, North Carolina, featuring guitarist Quinn Scanlan and keyboardist/vocalist Pascual Di Tella. Mixing elements of alt-rock and dream-pop, their sound on impressive new track “You...

 
Indie Rock
 

Two Seconds To Midnight – “Your Roses”

Two Seconds To Midnight’s first album, released in 2010, featured the track “Opt1m1sm” — which Boardwalk Empire fans heard in the second season’s worldwide trailer campaign. With stirring guitars a...
 
Indie Pop
 

Brent Brown – “Cool As Cubes”

Carefree vibes and sunshine-friendly melodies permeate throughout “Cool As Cubes,” a new track from Brent Brown’s new album Heartbreaker’s Club. Brown, a Chicago-based singer/songwriter who has developed...

 
Indie Pop
 

Sereda – “I Got You”

Toronto electro-pop artist Sereda has already scaled to the tops of Billboard charts, hitting #1 in France with her single “Heartbeat”, though I’m quite privy to new single “I Got You” — a wo...
 
Electronic
 

Premiere: That Gum U Like – “Killer”

Inspired by Twin Peaks‘ atmosphere and the nocturnal electro-pop of acts like Chromatics, “Killer” is a just-released track from Brazilian duo That Gum U Like. A murky synth and quickly evolving percussion giv...