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Charles A. Lewis – “Keep It Light”

The serene “Keep It Light” is exemplary of Charles A. Lewis’ laid-back sound, channeling aspects of jangle-pop, folk, and rock. Fluttering acoustics and a jangly lead guitar work around Lewis’ airy vocal...
 
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Deepest Bison – “Rider”

The fantastic “Rider” is a reverberating folk track from Minneapolis-based recording project Deepest Bison. Releases to date share a fondness for hypnotic textures, steeped in folk-friendly acoustics and occasional ...

 
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Jack Shields – “Curious Year Pt. 2”

The sprawling success “Curious Year Pt. 2” is a track that makes very evident the songwriting abilities of Jack Shields. Specifically, there’s a striking aspect to the artist’s ability to seamlessly weav...
 
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Luiz e os Louises – “Please Everyone”

The delightful “Please Everyone” is the opening track on Life’s a Cigarette, the new full-length from Brazilian folk/indie rock solo artist Luiz e os Louises. Recalling the likes of Lou Reed and Bob Dylan with...

 
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Wildie – “Everybody Knows”

“Everybody Knows” is a consuming, graceful track from Swedish artist Wildie. The artist describes the track as “about friendship and I guess social media,” — specifically seeming to touch on social...
 
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Human Barbie – “We Disappeared”

“We Disappeared” is a gem of a psych-folk track from Human Barbie, a project formed in 2018 by Los Angeles-based songwriter Christopher Leopold. Aesthetically reminiscent of The Shins and The Kinks, and specifically...

 
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Vern Matz – “Skyscrapers”

Impressing back in 2017 with the pleasantly melodic “Shelby Park,” Vern Matz returns with a lushly entrancing track in “Skyscrapers.” The duo of Daniel Belgrad and Michael Lituchy impress with their natu...
 
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Video: BERG – “What If”

The May release of Berg’s track “What If” drew ample praise throughout dozens of publications and playlists, including this one. The Stockholm-born artist Alexandra Berglöf impressed with an entrancing vein of...

 
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Tilly Dent – “Judy’s Lodestar”

London-based artist Tilly Dent crafts a timeless sound — aesthetically sitting somewhere between Paul McCartney’s irresistible hook-filled tendencies and Elliott Smith’s folk-forward haunts. This alluring appr...
 
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William Lawrence – “Places of Our Own”

Slow Dancing on a High Wire is a just-released album from William Lawrence, a recording and touring member of The Felice Brothers. He also has played with Conor Oberst, Gun Outfit, Mail the Horse, and others. Lawrence’s e...