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Archive for December, 2018
 
 
 
Rock
 

Shorts – “Sun Dogs”

Melbourne rockers Shorts effectively channel ’90s alt-rock nostalgia on their new track “Sun Dogs”, the second single off their upcoming EP Something Else. Heavy waves of guitar distortion and melodic vocal no...
 
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Foliage – “Silence”

Foliage’s just-released track “Silence” continues the jangle-pop magic displayed on “Dare“, the first single revealed off the project’s forthcoming album Silence. “Silence” begins...

 
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Party Jacket – “Company”

“Company” is the first single from Party Jacket’s forthcoming debut full-length Weekend Exotic, set for release this July. The project of Josh Grimes, Party Jacket touts a very pleasant-sounding aesthetic that...
 
Rock
 

Rare Monk – “Happy Haunting”

Portland-based rockers Rare Monk go far back on Obscure Sound, with their track “Underground” impressing in 2012 with its stirring string infusions, waves of guitars, and passionate vocals. Presently, they are geari...

 
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Emil Lundbak – “The Lead Song”

Emil Lundbak is a singer/guitarist/songwriter from Copenhagen, whose new single “The Lead Song” was released yesterday. Emil’s first release since his debut EP Relentless, “The Lead Song” showcases...
 
Rock
 

The Pulltops – “Poison the Well”

Many fans of vintage power-pop and album-rock found a comforting, familiar appeal on Milwaukee-based project The Pulltops’s previously featured track “Destination“, which celebrated the band’s 15th anniv...

 
Electronic
 

Shoffy – “Motions”

“Motions” is a just-released track from Shoffy (Alex Shofler), who impressed a few months back with his creative remix of Calvin Harris’ “Slide”. Despite being a cover, that effort showed Shofler&#...
 
Electronic
 

REIGHNBEAU – “I Want Love”

Following the stunning track “Hide“, REIGHNBEAU –  the Albuquerque-based visual and sound artist Bryce Hample – provides another peek at his forthcoming Hide EP with the gorgeous “I Want Love”...

 
Rock
 

Midnight Garden – “White Nights” (Psychic TV cover)

Midnight Garden has impressed previously with “Down” and “Something Blue“, both fine tracks with a synth-tinged grasp of folk and classic-rock. Their recent offering, as they work on the follow-up to las...
 
Electronic
 

Once Around Saturn – “Fortress of Love” (featuring Amanda Easton)

Australian synth-pop act Once Around Saturn reminds fondly of ’80s synth-pop, with a fondness for spacey, sharp melodies fondly reminiscent of a female-fronted Yellow Magic Orchestra. The moniker for Sydney-based synth po...