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David Jacobson – “8 A.M.”

David Jacobson touts a sound full of presence and vintage rock ‘n’ roll warmness. Like many, his early bands in middle and high school were influenced by Led Zeppelin and The Who fandom, later getting into the jam b...
 
Post-Punk + Shoegaze
 

Todavia – “Baby”

The gorgeous “Baby” is a new track from Los Angeles-based Rhyan Riesgo, aka Todavia, whose bedroom recordings evoke stunning beauty. Playing keyboard and guitars in addition to vocals and simple percussive additions...

 
Electronic
 

LakeCube – “Good Times”

“Good Times” takes listeners to outer space, with its loopy synth lead and fragmented spacey vocals in the distance assuming a lush and otherworldly electronic tone elevated by the hypnotic and playful synths. With ...
 
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Brandyn Burnette – “Inner Child” + “Underneath”

This site is no stranger to Brandyn Burnette recently, having covered his consuming singles “Karma” and “State I’m In” in the past month. “Karma” found the St. Louis native guiding his ...

 
Electronic
 

Jane’s Party – “Cigarette Buzz”

A bit over a month ago, “Coming On Strong” impressed with its confident sound, showing a variety of hook-y comparisons to my mind at least (“…the synth-tinged color of Cut Copy, the crisp punch of Hot Ch...
 
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Matiss Evreoux – “Keys”

Centering around the theme of “losing clarity and wanting it back to you,” “Keys” is a warmly infectious effort from Basque-Greek singer, songwriter, and music producer Matiss Evreoux, who was raised in ...

 
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VOKES – “Backroad” (ft. Nevve)

“Backroad” is the fourth single off VOKES’ upcoming debut 6-track EP, Fractalism. The project is the “alt-soul brainchild of Mike Harris”, with this glitzy effort mixing entrancing female guest voc...
 
Post-Punk + Shoegaze
 

Orchin – “Dark” + “Wasting Time”

If you’re a fan of guitar-forward jangle-pop tracks with a relatively nocturnal vibe (Wild Nothing’s Nocturne accomplished that, apt title and all), then you’re really going to dig Orchin. The LA-based project...

 
Electronic
 

Collin Cairo – “Junkyard Moondog”

Collin Cairo’s individual style sounds very alive, featuring “analogue synths, unconventional guitar, operatic vocals, and Jamaican dub samples with a retro-futuristic homme fatale sound”, whose memorable soun...
 
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Castle Pines – “1996”

As the title may suggest, “1996” is a highly nostalgic ode of sorts — a melancholic “throwback to youth and growing up, accenting on the differences between the simplicity of another time.” The hig...