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Riarosa – “Change”

“Change” is a serene, melodic slice of dream-pop from Riarosa, a band from Baton Rouge, LA. The band notes that the track “promotes a positive change in one’s mindset after going through difficult times....
 
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Stray Fossa – “Are You Gonna Be Okay”

“Are You Gonna Be Okay” continues an impressive string of releases from Stray Fossa, the Charlottesville, VA act that impressed with tracks “Eyze” and “These Days” last year. Evident again is...

 
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Aurehl – “Sakura Girl”

Fractal (EP) by Aurehl Strongly reminiscent of Beach House, “Sakura Girl” is a gripping, hypnotic track from Barcelona-based act Aurehl. The track comes via the project’s second EP, Fractal. “Sakura Girl...
 
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IEVA – “Sacrifice”

“Sacrifice” shows a dark synth-pop sound with a nocturnal soundscape and gripping vocals. The track, from Boston-based trio IEVA, sounds like something that would play at Twin Peaks‘ Roadhouse. Effervescent sy...

 
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Catch a Dinosaur – “Pyramid”

“Pyramid” showcases the serene dream-pop sound of Catch a Dinosaur, intertwining jangly guitar dreaminess with slight backing synths and a gentle rhythm section. The band — based out of Somerville, Massachuset...
 
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Robi Mitch – “Our Year”

Robi Mitch’s debut EP Our Year is an excellent listen, integrating ’70s psych-pop and rock influence alongside a singer/songwriter intimacy, while also touching on “the breezy indie pop of Taiwan, where Robi p...

 
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The Hazy Seas – “Heavy Heads”

The first single from The Hazy Seas’ debut album, due in January, “Heavy Heads” rides on hazy vocals and gauzy, dreamy guitar tones. The vocals and rhythmic presence intensify just past 01:20, kick-starting a ...
 
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Still – “Forever Undone” + “Asleep”

Los Angeles-based act Still impressed this past summer with the tracks “Divinity” and “Control,” both showing a melodic vein of post-punk and dream-pop with an aesthetic reminiscence to Wild Nothing, The...

 
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Premiere: Great Wave – “Sorry, Darling”

Gorgeously awash in guitar-based textures amidst hypnotic rhythms and serene vocals, “Sorry, Darling” is a stunning track from Great Wave, a band from Scranton, PA. The “don’t be sorry,” hook featu...
 
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Small Wood House – “T.V.”

Runner by Small Wood House Cleveland-based band Small Wood House have built a sturdy reputation via acclaimed live performances, opening for acts such as Mitski, Colleen Green, and (Sandy) Alex G. They put out their debut full-...