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moonlight club
moonlight club
moonlight club

The Moonlight Club is a band of extremes. The Montreal-based trio’s song “Words In Gold” jumps from brooding verses to a chorus that flows with confidently soaring glee, chugging along in jangle-pop bliss. Fro...

 
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bad feelings
bad feelings
bad feelings

Los Angeles duo Bad Feelings cite Arctic Monkeys and The Killers as bands they admire; both influences come into the mix on their single “Do You Wanna Get High”. The stomping beat and those reverbed guitars that dri...

 
 
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3421
3421
3421
 

3421 – “Not Coming Back”

 
April 26, 2016
 



3421 is a stimulating new electronic project from Haifa, the northern capital of Israel. Their new track “Not Coming Back” – premiering here – blends elements of atmospheric free-jazz electronica (especi...

 
 
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blank waves
blank waves
blank waves

The Blank Waves by Blank Waves If LSD had a sound, it would probably be something like “Changing Sun”, the new track from psychedelic electronica trio Blank Waves. The Phoenix band’s bizarre soundscapes are si...

 
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fellow creatures
fellow creatures
fellow creatures

Behind all the electronica flourishes, it’s clear that Washington D.C.’s Fellow Creatures are a rock band that still know their way around a pop hook. “Wouldn’t You Like to Know”, from the bandR...

 
 
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stillwave music
stillwave music
stillwave music

On “What Have You”, from Netherlands rock outfit Stillwave, the band mixes a goth post-punk aesthetic with arena-rock, making for a sound that could fill a stadium but is also deeply intimate. The band’s front...

 
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Kylypso
Kylypso
Kylypso
 

Kylypso – “Mean 2 you”

 
April 25, 2016
 



Like most good R&B, “Mean 2 you” by atmospheric duo Kylypso, feels effortless. The East London duo glide on shiny synths and airy vocals throughout the track, reminding relatively of Junior Boys’ deeper R...