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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...

 
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John War – “Plurals”

“Plurals” is a track released today from Los Angeles (via San Diego) producer/singer/songwriter John War, showcasing his versatility and eclectic sonic reach. The track’s main hook, first emerging just past th...
 
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Dante Matas – “A Head Full of Phantoms”

“A Head Full of Phantoms” is the latest from Toronto-based singer/songwriter Dante Matas. Starting with piano at eight years old, Matas has refined his musical talents throughout the years, honing his own takes on p...

 
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Headphone Hair – “If You Feel It”

“If You Feel It” is a new single from Oakland project Headphone Hair. Peppy with an infectious synth-laden pop spirit, aesthetically reminiscent of Hot Chip, “If You Feel It” continues the project’...
 
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Carling – “Never Really Clicked”

“Never Really Clicked” is an enjoyable pop success from Los Angeles artist Carling, who calls the track “a song that makes me smirk, dance, and shake my head at the uncomfortable situations we find ourselves i...

 
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Vinius – “How Much Would It Take”

The project of San Francisco-based TV/film composer Devin Farney, Vinius emphasizes Farney’s ability to craft warmly evolving textures, heavy on atmosphere and consuming melodic shifts. Primarily led by keyboards and synt...
 
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Munya – “Benjamin”

Munya is the project of singer/songwriter Josie Boivin, a Quebec-born artist with an abundance of musical experience. A classically trained pianist, Boivin also has experience in the highly competitive world of opera as a singe...