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Archive for January 19th, 2018
 
 
 
Playlists
 

Obscure Sound: Best of December 2017

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

Obscure Sound: Best of November 2017

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

 
Indie Rock
 

The Tins – “Clearly Not Zen”

From forming in a Binghamton, NY basement to becoming one of the most reputable acts in the fledging Buffalo music scene, The Tins continue to elevate with tracks like the recent “Clearly Not Zen”. The track is off ...
 
Indie Rock
 

The Tambourine Girls – “The Clamour”

“You Don’t See Me“, was our first peek at Australian quartet The Tambourine Girls’ second LP (due for release in early 2018), providing a strongly melodic form of guitar-led yearning with stylistic flourishes ...

 
Indie Rock
 

Video: TOLEDO – “Hesperus”

Boston-based act TOLEDO impressed last October with the powerful “On My Own“, touting sparsely effective beauty. Their track “Hesperus” also deserves notice, especially with a new video for it just relea...
 
Indie Rock
 

van den Bear – “Icelandic Sweater”

Belgian act van den Bear describes the project as “the story of a man that sometimes felt like a bear and then sung about it.” Beyond that, there’s not much out there about van den Bear, though what’s ce...

 
Indie Rock
 

Arthur Fowler – “Disappearing”

Arthur Fowler grew up emulating Jimi Hendrix on the East Side of Milwaukee, shifting to becoming active in the blues jam scene in the early ’80s. In college, he collaborated with the likes of band leader Mark Schlaefer, v...
 
Indie Rock
 

NYDTyson – “Egg”

“Egg”, the opener on NYDTyson’s new EP If You’re So Smart, Why Are You So Sad?, grows from quaint verses to a exulting chorus with soaring vocals and distorted guitars. It’s a nice microcosm of the...