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Ed Ling – “Windsurfers”

Fond of sophisti-pop in the vein of Prefab Sprout and The Blue Nile, as well as cinematic gusto from the likes of Ennio Morricone and John Barry, Ed Ling draws from influence that value both the intensity of atmosphere and the ...

Blue Sails – “I Used to Try”

The absolutely gorgeous “I Used to Try” comes courtesy of Blue Sails, a Wisconsin-based act formed by brothers Max and Mitchell Bell, who recorded between a city apartment and a studio in rural Wisconsin. Admiring a...


Japeto – “Odyssey”

“Odyssey” is a twangy piece of jangle-pop from Japeto, revolving around themes of “heartbreak, more heartbreak, [and] being an emigrant.” Self-produced, recorded, and written, “Odyssey” showc...

Beverly Sound – “Open Up”

Toronto-based Beverly Sound was formed by Daniel Braga this year. The project’s debut release, the EP Trying to Find, is a very impressive showing, especially the track “Open Up”. The gem meshes rock-laden ver...


Grey Fields – “Nothing Needs to Be Right”

Grey Fields is a new act whose eponymous album provides both richly haunting atmospheres and entrancing melodies, not too distant from the work of Kurt Vile. Several tracks stand out strongly, especially “Nothing Needs to...