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Jane Machine – “I Hope We Win”

Jane Machine’s “I Hope We Win” is her introduction, the first release off her first LP. She describes the track as “sad danceable pop … about how we dull ourselves down for approval.” Her voi...
 
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The Caress – “A Picture by the Thames in Winter”

The Caress are an act of three brothers – Tom, Ben, and Sam Easton – from New Cross, South East London. They formed the project in December 2015, merging a collective love for Phil Spector’s ‘Wall of Sou...

 
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Album Premiere: Only A Visitor – ‘Lines’

Vancouver art-pop quintet Only A Visitor just released their new full-length, Lines, today. Fronted by composer/arranger Robyn Jacob, the act has performed at festivals such as Artswells, Campbell Bay Music Festival, The Field,...
 
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POLARTROPICA – “OLYMPIA”

“OLYMPIA” is a bright piece of pop with a spacey allure, with a sound that resembles a hybrid of J-Pop sugar-sweetness with Muse’s spacey, anthemic feel. Either way, it’s a uniquely effervescent approach...

 
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Emme – “Wander”

Emme is an act from Austin, Texas comprised of vocalist Sowmya Somanath and beatmaker Walter Nichols. Somanath’s vocals are entirely captivating, lush and caressing in allowing the atmospheric beats to flow fully. On R...
 
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Matteo Scher – “New York and Me”

Matteo Scher has been playing piano since the age of four, picking up violin and guitar as well shortly thereafter. Now, at 20 years old, Matteo is releasing his first fully produced EP, a four-track affair entitled Something G...

 
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La Poré – “Close”

Under the name La Poré, Nick Samson crafts nocturnal, dance-friendly ’80s-inspired goodness with heaps of atmosphere. The project from Columbus, Ohio makes its debut with the single “Close”, combining captivat...
 
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Griff Lynch – “No One Cares”

Griff Lynch delivers “No One Cares” is the third single from Griff Lynch this year, following the grim “Don’t Count on Me” and Welsh language “Hir Oes Dy”. Lynch, the ex-frontman of Yr ...

 
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Danke Shane – “Cave In”

With a sound steeped in dreamy harmonies reminiscent of The Beach Boys, Grizzly Bear, and Vampire Weekend, Danke Shane is the very impressive solo project of Washington, D.C.’s Andrew Burke. The excellent “Cave In&#...
 
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Camp Candle – “Before the Night”

Camp Candle caught my attention last year with the stunning track “Surface“, whose sample-forward, vintage orchestral allure with hip-hop rhythmic sophistication reminded of Avalanches. New track “Before the N...