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Sheila Eden – “Uncertain Lovers” (feat. Glafizya)

“Uncertain Lovers” is a new track from Sheila Eden, who impressed with the haunting “Remnants of You” in June. Featuring Glafizya, “Uncertain Lovers” engages from the get-go with lingering gu...
 
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Alfah Femmes – “No Need to Die”

“No Need to Die” is a slice of riveting, nostalgic pop from Alfah Femmes, a six-piece from Poland. Impressing with the track “Skunks” earlier this year, Alfah Femmes continue showcasing a creative brand ...

 
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Josh Fudge – “Second Date”

Superbly catchy and chilled-out, “Second Date” is a new track from Oklahoma City-based artist Josh Fudge. Thematically capturing a yearning for a relationship’s brighter days (or a new one capable of such), &#...
 
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PARACHUTER – “You Are My Home”

Wesley Jensen and his PARACHUTER project consume throughout new track “You Are My Home.” Guitars and synths propel engaging verses, leading seamlessly into a hypnotic chorus with buzzing, warming synths and serene v...

 
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John War – “The Difference”

Fantasy by John War Another success from John War, who impressed with several tracks last year, “The Difference” shows a new side. Aesthetically reminding me of Toro y Moi in its electro-pop allure, the track traver...
 
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Midnight Garden – “Hold Me After”

The sweepingly melodic “Hold Me After” represents the second single from Midnight Garden‘s upcoming album, Blue Tomorrows. A reflective synth-pop charm is apparent from the get-go. “In every problem, the...

 
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Premiere: Evelyn Drach – “Never Getting Old”

Released today from Evelyn Drach, “Never Getting Old” is a stylish electro-pop track. Impressing in the past with tracks like “False Premise” and “Predator & Prey,” Drach continues refin...
 
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Tape Tension – “Moving Pictures”

Released today from Tape Tension, “Moving Pictures” is an alluring new track touting a lushly melodic synth-pop charm. Fans of Caribou and Toro y Moi will find a familiar comfort with the bouncy synth-laden backbone...

 
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Advakit – “By Your Side”

Released today from Washington DC-based musician and producer Advakit, “By Your Side” is a hooky electro-pop standout. Pulsing, ’80s-friendly synths build to a memorable hook in the first minute. “If the...
 
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Bad Mime – “Do You Love Your Man?”

Do You Love Your Man? by Bad Mime The first of several releases in the coming months from Bad Mime, the solo project of drummer/programmer Zach Simao, “Do You Love Your Man?” succeeds with a late-night, reflective c...