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Old Smile is the ambitious bedroom project of Tom Herman Jr., who lives in NJ just outside of Philly. Projects with minimalist production often evoke a sort of loneliness, if only for the fact that sparseness is amplified to th...

 
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tamaryn shoegaze
tamaryn shoegaze
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Tamaryn Reveals New Album

 
July 24, 2012
 



Dream-pop songstress Tamaryn will release her sophomore full-length, Tender New Signs, on October 16th via Mexican Summer. She dropped the album’s first single, “I’m Gone“, today. Slow and brooding like ...

 
 
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los encantados brooklyn
los encantados brooklyn
los encantados brooklyn

Another premiere from rising Brooklyn rockers Los Encantados, who are holding a release party for their new EP, Same Damned Soul: Chapter 2, this Saturday. Its first track, "St Tropez", is a crisp and rhythmically active effort...

 
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Jessica Hernandez and The Deltas
Jessica Hernandez and The Deltas
Jessica Hernandez and The Deltas

MP3: Jessica Hernandez – Young Dumb & Drunk Detroit-based Jessica Hernandez – and her band The Deltas – produce a dreamy sound steeped in slow acoustic strums, toy box twinkles, and most prominently Hernan...

 
 
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oren lyons
oren lyons
oren lyons

Oren Lyons – Forever Found With its orchestral flourishes and late-night swanky bass, “Forever Found” is a captivating new effort from L.A. six-piece Oren Lyons. Vocalist Kristianne Bautista has a sensually so...

 
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MP3: Ghost Toy Castle – Bloody Tracks Ghost Toy Castle presents lo-fi bedroom-pop from Cody Myers, who does it all on his new release String the Clouds, a collection of demos he made available for free. Myers hails from t...

 
 
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southern shores halifax
southern shores halifax
southern shores halifax

Southern Shores transport listeners to a tropical paradise, or the greatest party imaginable. It depends which song you’re listening to; “Night Is Young” is late night dance at its best, suavely sensual with a...

 
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Seattle-based The Young Evils infuse their dark alt-rock with crunchy garage-rock riffs, ’60s-inspired boy-girl harmonies, and spacious choruses that sound like a serene retreat from surrounding verses, often more ominous...