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Grimson – “Will He Ride (My Bike)”

“Will He Ride (My Bike)” is a captivating piece of songwriting from Swedish/American songwriter and animator Grimson, released as part of an experimental animated documentary. Reflective vocals and guitar carry init...
 
Lo-Fi Pop/Rock
 

Mount Comfort – “Night Bloom”

“Night Bloom” is a consuming, twangy charmer from Mount Comfort, a project out of Fayetteville, AR. Subdued vocals and guitar twangs drive to a playful synth bounce past the first-minute mark, right as the vocals sh...

 
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Tongg – “Popular Music”

The twinkling “Popular Music” comes from Tongg, a trio based in Nottingham, England. The third single from their recent album Karate In The Dark, “Popular Music” expands from twinkling quaintness into ch...
 
Psychedelic Rock
 

El Perro x hora_bolz – “Call me when you’re Home”

A hypnotic, yearning psych-rocker from El Perro x hora_bolz, “Call me when you’re Home” is a stellar debut from the project. Relaxed, retrospective vocals join with guitar shimmers and touches of keys. The ...

 
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Arn-Identified Flying Objects and Alien Friends – “But Come On Now”

“But Come On Now” shows a catching blend of power-pop and chamber-pop, a success from Swedish artist Arn-Identified Flying Objects and Alien Friends. The track touts alluring strings surrounding the anthemic “...
 
Dream-Pop + Shoegaze
 

Kekko – “Past Lives”

Gorgeous track “Past Lives” is a surefire success from Kekko, the Singapore-based husband/wife duo Tim Kekko and Cherie Kekko. The track confidently shows a mixture of shoegaze and dream-pop, the initial gauzy guita...

 
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CHOO CHOO – “Pulaski Song”

A winning debut single from Brookyln-based rockers CHOO CHOO, “Pulaski Song” alternates between twangy quaintness and fervent rock expansion. Singer and guitarist Erica Enriquez captivates throughout, both with vari...
 
Dream-Pop + Shoegaze
 

Stray Fossa – “Hypocritic,” “Something Sound,” + “Much For Us,”

Virginia-based project Stray Fossa have impressed the past several years with an abundance of quality tracks, showing a dreamy, hooky sound that I’ve often compared to Wild Nothing. Finally, Stray Fossa have released thei...

 
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Brian Elliot – “Familiar Walk to Nowhere”

From Nashville-based artist Brian Elliot‘s new album of the same name, “Familiar Walk to Nowhere” is enjoyably representative of the artist’s cinematic, expanding vein of songwriting. Solemn vocals and a...
 
Rock
 

Mewn – “I See It Now, Pt. 1”

Manchester-based five-piece Mewn captivate on their debut track “I See it Now, Pt. 1,” evolving from eerie vibraphone flickers into a gripping rock sound. The verses lend a nocturnal, hypnotic quaintness, with rousi...