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Sunniva – ‘Forest Fire’ EP

First catching my ear in 2017 with the psych-friendly track “Untold,” Sunniva return with an engaging EP in Forest Fire. All four tracks impress in their own right. One of my favorites is “Throwing Goldfish in...
 
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Good Days – “Indigo”

Good Days’ latest color, “Indigo” is the latest in the band’s ‘ROYGBIV’ singles collection. The multi-layered vocal exultation at the 30-second mark kicks the track into gear. From here, the ...

 
Psychedelic Pop
 

Yaehsun – “La De Ba” (with Jose Contreras)

The lush, melodically memorable track “La De Ba” is the second collaboration between Canadian artists Jason Haberman (Yaehsun) and Jose Contreras (of By Divine Right). The track is described as “an ode to the summer...
 
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Carpet City – “Little Longer”

Little Longer by Carpet City Murky, gripping, and nostalgic, “Little Longer” is a consuming new track from Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Carpet City. The initial guitar strut produces some late ’90s nost...

 
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Spooky Forest – “Find a Way”

The catchy and vibrant “Find a Way” is a newly released track off Philly band Spooky Forest’s upcoming album Dragons Used to Live Here, out on 10/22. The project includes Jiah, previously in featured act Lucid...
 
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Drug Hunt – “The Blood”

Today, San Diego act Drug Hunt released the track “The Blood,” a gripping rocker aided by climatic vocals and rousing organs. “The Blood” comes via the band’s forthcoming self-titled EP, which also...

 
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Future Silence – “Kansas Plains”

Future Silence by Future Silence Future Silence are a newly formed band from Chicago, whose self-titled EP spans from fuzzy melodic rock of first single “Kansas Plains” to nocturnal, hazy atmospherics (“The Ne...
 
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The Titos – “Whoever You Are”

The bustling, melodic “Whoever You Are” is a newly released track from The Titos. The second single from the band’s debut album, The Titos describe “Whoever You Are” as “sort of love song abo...

 
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Les Techno – “Edge of the World”

The latest track from Les Techno, “Edge of the World” exudes charisma and ’80s nostalgia. The “edge of the world,” vocal punctuation combines with eerie guitar tones and a hypnotic rhythm section, ...
 
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Sessue – “Magic For Monkeys”

Sessue is a producer/artist from the Bay Area, impressing with the melodic “Magic For Monkeys.” The beginnings tout a nonchalant, jangle-rock yearning in the Mac DeMarco vein. An ensuing chorus reflects a more twink...