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Margot Polo – “Sing Hallelujah”

California-based Margot Polo is the solo project of David Provenzano, singer/guitarist of Fialta and Sherwood. He produces a vein of indie-pop touching on soul, psychedelia, and R&B, with his hook-y tendencies on full displ...
 
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Two Birds One – “I Can Have It All”

“I Can Have It All” is the striking debut single from Two Birds One, a duo comprised of multi-instrumentalists Michael and Shoota, who met whilst playing in bands Aquila Young and TH’FIKA. They show some wonde...

 
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New Fashioned – “How to Make You Smile”

Especially after listening to hundreds of tracks daily with intricacies and stylistic idiosyncrasies, from the brilliant to questionable, there can be an urge to listen to a simple slice of hook-y pop once in awhile. That’...
 
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Premiere: Alexandra Angele – “21”

“21” is the title song off Alexandra Angele’s new four-song EP Willow Park. Clear keys and gentle trickles combine with an effective whistling snap, as the Jersey-born singer/songwriter flexes her lush vocals ...

 
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Shoffy – “Motions”

“Motions” is a just-released track from Shoffy (Alex Shofler), who impressed a few months back with his creative remix of Calvin Harris’ “Slide”. Despite being a cover, that effort showed Shofler&#...
 
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Once Around Saturn – “Fortress of Love” (featuring Amanda Easton)

Australian synth-pop act Once Around Saturn reminds fondly of ’80s synth-pop, with a fondness for spacey, sharp melodies fondly reminiscent of a female-fronted Yellow Magic Orchestra. The moniker for Sydney-based synth po...

 
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Embden Lane – “Think About You All the Time”

“Think About You All the Time” sounds like the work of veteran pop songwriters from the ’60s, not the debut from a Brooklyn four-piece in 2017 — as it is. Thoroughly captivating in its brief two minutes,...
 
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Freaks of the Sea – “Hypocrite”

Portland-based alternative act Freaks of the Sea show a smooth, gliding feel with a bit of warbled funk on new track “Hypocrite”, released on Friday. “Yeah, I’m a hypocrite,” the chorus goes, break...

 
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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...