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Archive for June 21st, 2018
Dream-Pop + Shoegaze

A Thousand Hours – “Moments”

A Thousand Hours are a deeply atmospheric act from Alaska, who refer to their sound aptly as a mixture of slowcore and dream-pop, citing acts like Red House Painters, Low, Cocteau Twins, and Slowdive as some inspirations. There...

Memoryy – “Running”

“Turn It Up” provided our first look at Memoryy’s upcoming album Skeletons a few weeks back, and now we’re being treated to another preview with the track “Running”. This one is similarly fun...


Young Earth – “Got A Secret”

“Got A Secret” is a fun, peppy rocker from Young Earth, a group out of Dublin that specializes in both bouncy rock/pop tracks (like this one) and more atmospheric finishings, all with an emphasis on enjoyable hooks ...

The Pulltops – “Destination” (Silent Underground Mix)

Fans of vintage power-pop and album-rock will likely find a soft spot for Milwaukee-based project The Pulltops, who are celebrating their 15th anniversary with the release of “Destination”, an upbeat and driving, ye...


Maryama – “Where the Mermaids Are”

Thoroughly hypnotic and haunting, “Where the Mermaids Are” is a beautifully atmospheric builder from Iranian-American (currently based out of Los Angeles) pop/crossover artist Maryama. The track journeys from a rela...

Electric Ray and The Shockers – “T.R.O.U.B.L.E.”

Austrian rockers Electric Ray and the Shockers show off a nonchalant appeal throughout their varied sound, which touches on heavy rock in addition to psych-rock, punk, and surf. New track “T.R.O.U.B.L.E.” shows this...