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Jong SL – “Paralyzed”

The tranquil and melodic “Paralyzed” is a perfect ease-in to a Monday, showcasing a twinkling pop feel amidst lush vocals and guitars. The track comes from Jong SL, a singer/songwriter from Buffalo, New York (after ...
 
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Soft Nylon – “Be Honest” (ft. Luke Howell)

Touting a grooving bass line and infectious pop allure, “Be Honest” is a well-produced and catchy track from Gold Coast-based producer Dylan Lindquist, the artist behind the Soft Nylon project. He describes “B...

 
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Feelium – “The Natural Way”

“The Natural Way” is a brisk rocker from Feelium, a duo from Malmö, Sweden. Perky vocals and spirited guitar flourishes comprise the first verse, a catching section, though it’s the chorus where the track real...
 
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Renwick – “That’s How It Goes”

Renwick is the project of a 21-year-old Sydney based musician, who – on new track “That’s How It Goes” – touts infectious pop songwriting with a funky, hypnotic soundscape. A galloping bass line an...

 
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Premiere: Modern Feelings – “The One”

“The One” is the fantastic debut single from Portland (OR) duo Modern Feelings. The track touts a bouncy, synth-forward pull that combines with jangly guitars and serene vocals — resulting in a sound that̵...
 
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Premiere: Dansson Rana – “Island Night”

Touting late-night electro-tinged pop vibes reminiscent of The xx and James Blake, “Island Night” is an atmospheric and melodic success we’re happy to premiere. The effort comes courtesy of Dansson Rana, who w...

 
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Michael Paradise – “Gold”

Toronto artist Michael Paradise impresses with the track “Gold,” touting a funk-tinged vein of jangly pop that reminds fondly of Toro y Moi. Gaining steam since last summer, when he released two successful lead sing...
 
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Connie Danger – “I Wanna Go Home”

The delightfully melodic “I Wanna Go Home” is the second single from Connie Danger’s debut EP, The Ravages of Puberty (pt. 1). The aesthetic throughout is quite ethereal, with ’80s pop and rock evident w...

 
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Spine of Man – “More Than You and I”

Copenhagen quintet Spine of Man produce a vein of guitar-pop with an ’80s, starry-eyed appeal. Specifically inspired by bands of the era like Roxy Music and Fleetwood Mac, Spine of Man seamlessly transition between sparse...
 
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Stars in Coma – “Destroying the Love”

André Brorsson’s fuses hook-filled pop songwriting with touching of psychedelia and rock, with his Stars in Coma project being one I greatly anticipate any release from. “Destroying the Love” is the latest fro...