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Video: Field Trip to the Moon – “You”

“You” is a memorable track from Field Trip to the Moon, the rock/pop project of London-based Angela Christofilou. It manages to impress mightily throughout its two-minute running time, with Christofilou’s melo...
 
Indie Pop
 

Premiere: Thia Sexton – “AWOKEN”

Cellist and singer/songwriter Thia Sexton has a fascinating new project, with an audio soundtrack accompanying her book of “mostly true stories” – entitled Everything But You. The soundtrack is headlined by th...

 
Indie Pop
 

Stereo Soul Future – “Remember Alaska”

Stereo Soul Future’s “Remember Alaska” is a beautiful track with fluttering acoustics, serene vocals, and a Brian Wilson-esque knack for vocal pop harmonizing. The lyrics match that beauty, the track being ded...
 
Indie Rock
 

Premiere: Dream Phases – “Summer Daze”

Los Angeles-based Dream Phases incorporate influences steeped in classic rock, country, and soul with modern noise-pop, led by the entrancing vocals and songwriting of Brandon Graham. Dream Phases recently released their debut ...

 
Post-Punk + Shoegaze
 

Todavia – “Fallen”

We featured Todavia’s “Fallen” this past April, highlighting the talented Los Angeles-based Rhyan Riesgo’s shimmering guitars and soaring vocals, which evoked both Mazzy Star and Beach House with the lus...
 
Indie Pop
 

Rebecca Schiffman – “Laura”

Rebecca Schiffman’s just-released music video for her melodic track “Laura” is based off Seinfeld‘s pilot episode, the track named after the love interest of Jerry (who wonders throughout the episode if ...

 
Tracks
 

Premiere: Johan Agebjörn & Mikael Ögren – “The Rajakarjala Forests”

Obscure Sound is pleased to premiere a new track from the collaboration between friends/neighbors Mikael Ögren and Johan Agebjörn, previously featured here for his solo works as well as his dazzling work with Sally Shapiro. It ...
 
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David Rosen – “Back Into the Dark”

David Rosen impressed this past fall with the engrossing “Butterfly“, where an ominous space-y beginning evolved into hypnotic ’80s synth arps reminiscent of the Stranger Things soundtrack. It was my introduct...