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Archive for July, 2018
 
 
 
Folk
 

San Ographer – “Ms. Outlaw”

With the spacey synth arpeggio and nostalgic melody brimming through from the get-go on new track “Ms. Outlaw”, it’s likely not too surprising that San Ographer’s newest effort was inspired by the Netfli...
 
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thevillainandi – “the earth from the air”

“the earth from the air” is a soaring and effervescent pop spectacle from thevillainandi, the solo project formed by Daniel Charles Toone in 2013. Performing on XFM, for Communion Records, and at venues like Pianos ...

 
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LVNA – “Stalker”

LVNA, the London-based duo of Lydia Clowes (vocals) and Teresa Origone (keys and synth), craft a wholly enticing and soulful vein of dreamy pop. Since forming in 2014, they have progressed their sound into a touching and enthra...
 
Dream-Pop + Shoegaze
 

The Great Dictators – “Flipside”

Danish alt-rock trio The Great Dictators show strongly on new track “Flipside”, a slow-burner with twangy guitars and languid vocals that work very nicely alongside each other, crafting a very successful track that ...

 
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The Watanabes – “Ice Age”

The Watanabes are comprised of two brothers based out of the UK and living in Tokyo. One of their favorite activities – “sipping on green tea while writing heartfelt pop songs on second hand guitars” – h...
 
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Hank Midnight – “The Mirror”

“The Mirror” chugs along steadily, with Hank Midnight’s suave vocals and hypnotic guitar strumming leading the way as subtle percussion kicks in at 00:56. What lacks for melodic variation is made up for in cre...

 
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One Track Minds – “A Price to Be Paid”

Nordic psych-rockers One Track Minds just released their debut full-length studio album earlier this month, with the release being led off by the hazily engrossing track “A Price to Be Paid”. Jon Reier Sylte’s...
 
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Von Sell – “Miss Me”

We just featured Von Sell’s infectious track “Names” a few weeks back, though even newer effort “Miss Me” is enough of a standout to warrant more coverage. It’s also a great demonstration of ...

 
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Toy Savoy – “Morning”

Norwegian five-piece Toy Savoy impress mightily on new track “Morning”, which aptly begins in sunrise-like fashion as fluttering guitars and an xylophone-like whirlwind awaken the shimmering effort. The soaring voca...
 
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NINTH CHILD – “Say What You Mean”

NINTH CHILD’s atmospherically rich new track “Say What You Mean” places listeners in a purple haze, with whooshing nocturnal synths, varying vocal pitches, and tropical tinges assembling a lush and enticing so...