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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...
 
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Altin Mikrofon – “Follow The Muse (Song For R Stevie)”

“Follow The Muse (Song For R Stevie)” is certainly an effective homage to lo-fi/DIY pioneer R. Stevie Moore, emphasizing colorful psych-pop melodies within a lovably bedroom-pop arsenal. Deriving from artist Altin M...

 
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Slow Riches – “Aria” + “Tell Somebody Else”

The Brooklyn-based psych-soul duo Slow Riches formed in the summer of 2015. Per the band, “Aria” is one of two singles released in advance of their EP Vol II, now out and available to stream on Spotify. “Aria&...
 
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Inside Mood – “Fever Dream”

Fever Dream by inside mood Touting a murky, jazz-tinged vein of bedroom-pop reminiscent of King Krule and Puma Blue, “Fever Dream” is a consuming new track from Inside Mood. The track was written about “confus...

 
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Clerques – “these things appal”

elevator music by Clerques London band Clerques draw inspiration from artists capable of succeeding in evolving, darker-set soundscapes. King Krule and My Bloody Valentine are among those cited, with a similar atmospheric pull ...
 
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Dave, Outside – “Breakfast”

“Breakfast” is a dreamy and gripping success from Dave, Outside — described by the artist as “a dreamsurf project.” Aesthetically reminiscent of early Grizzly Bear, “Breakfast” floats a...

 
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Premiere: Night Hikes – “Avila”

It’s a pleasure to premiere “Avila,” a consuming track from Seattle-based duo Night Hikes. Comprised of Olivia Godby and Matthew Farrell, the project produces rock and dream-pop sentiments. They alternate voca...
 
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Johnathon McCombe – “A Better Heart” + “When We’re Older”

Johnathon McCombe’s third studio album, Something Good, offers a pleasingly understated rock sound — taking a cue from ’60s and ’70s rock/folk nostalgia, in addition to modern slacker-friendly acts like ...

 
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Stevie Zita – “Fantasma IV”

Following the infectious track “Anastasia” last month, Toronto artist Stevie Zita is back with another success in “Fantasma IV.” Prancing synths, melodic guitars, and yearning vocals combine for a melodi...
 
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Harrison Lipton – “No Good at Goodbyes”

“No Good at Goodbyes” is the latest from Brooklyn-based artist Harrison Lipton. The track establishes an engaging feel via dreamy guitar tones, a bouncy bass line, and synth-laden adornments, with the suave vocals e...