New Tracks

Glass Taxi – “Tell The Truth”

A sharply melodic synth-pop emotiveness lingers on “Tell The Truth,” a new single from Glass Taxi. The duo of Matt Norris and Melissa Burgess mesh a sturdy ’80s pop nostalgia alongside modern

rurie – “idle & idolatry”

“idle & idolatry” is a consuming track from rurie, hypnotizing with lush synth swells and creeping vocal momentum. A mysterious dream-pop soundscape enamors with its patiently unfolding charm, as bouts of vocal

Gregory Ackerman – “Breaking My Heart”

Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Gregory Ackerman stirs with a meditative blend of lush folk and tender rock on new single “Breaking My Heart.” Featuring on the upcoming Brand New Life EP, out in

Tinsley – “Distract Me”

“Distract Me” is a dreamily caressing pop success from Seattle-based artist Tinsley, infusing lush vocals, shoegaze-inspired guitar textures, and spacey synth infusions. “I don’t care how you impact me, as long as

Kevin Michael Duggan – “bipolar”

A stirring track that explores the impact of a bipolar diagnosis on personal relationships, “bipolar” comes via singer/songwriter Kevin Michael Duggan. The single, and others upcoming, precede a new album, releasing this

Paul Marotto – “Anthem for the Forgotten”

“Anthem for the Forgotten” is a moving new track from Paul Marotto, reflecting on struggles with loneliness and addiction: “Alone on methadone, and 41 fucking years have passed me by,” the initial

Marble – “oblivion”

A moody alt-rocker with escalating satiation, “oblivion” is a recent single from Marble, a band based in Portland and Seattle. “I go to therapy but I’m as sane as anyone else,” the

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New Albums

Maud – ‘The Love That Remains’

Blending dreamy soundscapes with hooky hyper-pop escalations, The Love That Remains is a captivating new album from Northern Norwegian artist and producer


Jared Bill – ‘Mystery Man’

Mystery Man is the sophomore album from Jared Bill, continuing the gripping narratives and rock/country intertwining of his debut. Spanning from vulnerable