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Rock
 

Local Fame by Eerie Point The five members of Eerie Point blend their numerous influences – alternative, grunge, folk, and blues among them – into a sound that has drawn praise for their live performances (the band ...

 
Psychedelic Pop
 
 

Mentalease – “Avert a Gaze”

 
January 18, 2019
 



Chicago trio Mentalease show a hypnotic form of psych-pop on successful new track “Avert a Gaze,” which focuses on “trying to make genuine connections in the age of the marketed self.” Touting a colorful...

 
 
Electro-Pop
 

“We’ll Shine” is the third single from Banana Cream, the project of Los Angeles-based Will Gonzalez. The track is a lush and dreamy effort with glistening guitar flutters, warming vocals, and melodic synths. G...

 
Experimental
 
 

Premiere: Maenu – Maenu [EP]

 
January 18, 2019
 



Released today, Maenu’s self-titled EP shows an impressive and unique sound — emphasizing trip-hop rhythms, synth-laden pop, and stirring vocal performances. All five tracks tout their own personality and alluring a...

 
 
Pop
 
 

Kid Bloom – “Sugarcoat”

 
January 18, 2019
 



“Sugarcoat” is a very catchy new track from Kid Bloom, a Los Angeles act. Buzzing guitars prove as melodic additions, though the key-laden melody and strong vocal hook is what tends to lead. The string-laden touch i...

 
Electronic
 

Dripping with a nocturnal, soulful soundscape, “That Shit Cray” is a wholly consuming track from Minneapolis-based duo Flowstate, released in the past day. Already impressing with “Breathe” last year, Fl...

 
 
Folk
 
 

Ben deHoedt – “The Thirst”

 
January 17, 2019
 



Ben deHoedt is an independent musician and filmmaker from Melbourne, Australia. His latest creation, “The Thirst” is an atmospheric folk effort with a calm, nocturnal feel in the verses that counteract with a bustli...

 
Pop
 

“We Are All Mad Here” is a vibrant, melodic track whose lyrics relay the power of acceptance, and rejoicing in our own idiosyncrasies. “When I first read Alice in Wonderland my favorite characters were the Mad...