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New Tracks
 
 
 
Electro-Pop
 

The catchy “Keep Lookin’ Up” melds a spacey feel with pulsing rhythms and synths, fondly reminiscent in aesthetic to Hot Chip’s most infectious efforts. The track comes from The Landing, an artist based ...

 
Dream-Pop + Shoegaze
 
 

Brendon Moon – “Girl”

 
February 15, 2019
 



Brendon Moon’s debut album, released earlier this month, is a beautifully dreamy showcase of lush vocals, glistening guitars, and melodic songwriting. Moon’s vocals are among the most strikingly unique you’ll ...

 
 
Electro-Pop
 
 

Plunki – “Caffeine”

 
February 15, 2019
 



Plunki crafts electro-pop from Miami, showing an infectiously creative spirit in an aesthetic aptly self-described as “like if Kate Bush and ABBA had a Cuban baby.” New track “Caffeine” captures an energ...

 
Rock
 

Long Beach five-piece Skin Mag impressed last year with the track “Tonight Show,” touting hypnotic, layered guitar work and a psych-friendly vocal presence. That alluring aesthetic returns on new track “An Exe...

 
 
Rock
 
 

Daria Black – “Changing”

 
February 15, 2019
 



“Changing” is a track released today from Daria Black, whose track “Not That Girl” we premiered a couple weeks ago. “Changing” builds from the get-go, with a shaky guitar presence accompanied...

 
Rock
 
 

Good Days – “Green”

 
February 15, 2019
 



“Green” is the latest entry in Good Days’ ongoing singles collection ROYGBIV, where the ban digs in heavily into the psychology of each color, “finding subject matter and emotions that lived in each colo...

 
 
Pop
 
 

Soft Streak – “Never Enough”

 
February 15, 2019
 



Late Bloomer by Soft Streak Coming from Soft Streak’s new 5-track EP Late Bloomer, released today, “Never Enough” is a captivating and creative effort from the Los Angeles duo. Tori Michelle’s vocals imp...

 
Rock
 

“That Way” is a shimmering, infectious rocker from Sunshine Brothers Inc. and their newest release, JERRY EP. Last year, their track “So Bad to Me” was one of my favorite indie-rockers of the year, so it...