New Tracks

Hologram Tribe – “Tonight”

A moody and melodic rocker whose standout chorus appreciates a fleeting sense of time spent together, “Tonight” comes via the band Hologram Tribe. “It’s about the realizing that you and the person

micelf – “Folds”

A winning debut single from micelf, “Folds” meshes debonair guitar-fronted nostalgia with a twinkling escalation. The solo project of Los Angeles-based musician Ciara Sophia Rudas, micelf is prepping another single (“Callus”) for

Church Party – “Back In The Room”

Manchester-based quartet Church Party show stellar versatility on “Back In The Room,” a new single whose rock, post-punk, and funk convergence results in a hook-filled sound with attitude. With its verses described

Max Bien Kahn – “List”

Engaging with its breezy guitar affections and warming vocal reassurances, “List” is a new single from Max Bien Kahn. Kahn describes the effort as “about getting through your day one little task

FOXGLOVES – “Descender”

Miami-based quartet FOXGLOVES show a menacing rock engrossment throughout “Descender,” a track whose brooding introspection immerses with both dreamily climactic intrigue and chaotic invigoration. A swampy blast of guitars sends chills from

Hoovy – “idk what idk”

Described as “a song born out of losing control,” “idk what idk” is a darkly captivating effort from Hoovy. With its initial guitar progression exuding an alt-rock nostalgia in its reminiscence to

Tell – “Tea Leaf”

Brooklyn-based band Tell impress with “Tea Leaf,” the third single via their forthcoming EP. An intriguing rock build envelops, as a garage-friendly spontaneity traverses into a satiating twist. “Steady as she goes,”

Pale Dream – “Something Tells Me”

Salt Lake City-based new wave indie, grunge-esque band Pale Dream dropped their latest single “Something Tells Me.” Scattered with the art of nostalgia and archived footage that looks and sounds fresh out

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New Albums

King Analog – ‘King Analog’

The self-titled debut album from King Analog reveals a strong instrumental rock sound with ample mystique. Wistful psych-rock nostalgia intermingles cohesively with


pecq – ‘Amnesia’s Ritual’ EP

London-based electronic duo pecq strut an atmospheric, melodic sound on their new EP, Amnesia’s Ritual. The project of multi-instrumentalist duo Nicholas (Nik√≤)