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Soft Cheese – “Bad News”

 
January 15, 2021
 



Touting consuming production with haunting vocals and echoing, nostalgic guitars, “Bad News” captures a feeling reminiscent of ’90s grunge and alternative. Portland, OR act Soft Cheese kick off their newly rel...

 
Lo-Fi Pop/Rock
 

Exuding hypnotic, jangly charm “Telephone (All Alone)” and “Bye the Sea” are captivating new tracks from kazaizen, the project of Jonny Kasai. The Saint Paul, Minnesota-based artist crafts an atmospheric...

 
 
Dream-Pop + Shoegaze
 

A psychedelic synth-rock splendor, “Outside Deep Inside Part 2” is a new track from NYC group Lukka. A richly textured, soaring sound provides enjoyment throughout the first half, with psych-friendly synth gliding a...

 
Rock
 
 

Love Crumbs – “Cavalcades”

 
January 15, 2021
 



Trudging guitar jangles and a valiant vocal lead ignite Love Crumbs‘ new track “Cavalcades”. While the verses chug along with a meditative calmness, the chorus cathartically erupts like a soaring spring of hop...

 
 
Lo-Fi Pop/Rock
 

“Mirror Man” is a fun track from Scotty Malcolm, a Houston-based artist. The topic of vanity is explored amidst peppy, garage-friendly guitars and wordless backing vocal enthusiasm. The track’s inspiration, wh...

 
Sophisti-Pop
 
 

Astropark – “Come Round”

 
January 15, 2021
 



“Come Round” is a slice of ’80s pop nostalgia from Astropark, the duo of David Santos and Mike Baber. They met at USC Film School, forming the band There Goes Bill and playing the local Los Angeles club scene ...

 
 
Lo-Fi Pop/Rock
 
 

Joe Vann – “Age”

 
January 15, 2021
 



Moody guitars and synth flourishes guide “Age,” the fifth single from Joe Vann‘s upcoming album. Retrospective lyrics give in to advancement, “I’m not a little kid anymore,” as synths appear ...

 
Rock
 
 

Ted Tyro – “Ladder”

 
January 15, 2021
 



Finding a comfortable meeting place between peppy garage-rock and psych-pop whimsy, “Ladder” is a new track from Ted Tyro, a band from Louisville, Kentucky. The interacting guitar lines remind me fondly of Field Mus...