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Echo Frame – “On the Avenue”

Catching my ear with the excellent “Blue for Many Moons” in July, Vancouver-based artist Echo Frame again struts a delectable jangle-pop sound with suave immersion. “On the Avenue” sports a romantic, mor...
 
Lo-Fi Pop/Rock
 

Terra Cessna – “Chambers”

“Chambers” is a grooving, suave track from Terra Cessna, led with enamoring qualities by nocturnal guitar and synth tones. The tinge of funk and bass-heavy vocal sections, swapping with synth-forward hooks, reminds ...

 
Lo-Fi Pop/Rock
 

Premiere: Channel 1 – “Think For Yourself”

Released today, “Think For Yourself” is a hooky track from Channel 1, the project of drummer/songwriter Gil Young. Following years as a “devoted metalhead,” Young explores more pop-focused territory with...
 
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I Care About You – “Science”

Playing with emotive, throwback appeal, “Science” is a recent track from I Care About You. The project released an EP last year, Scared, that saw ample success with single “She Wouldn’t Say.” A collabora...

 
Electro-Pop
 

Josh Fudge – “Second Date”

Superbly catchy and chilled-out, “Second Date” is a new track from Oklahoma City-based artist Josh Fudge. Thematically capturing a yearning for a relationship’s brighter days (or a new one capable of such), &#...
 
Lo-Fi Pop/Rock
 

Adult Prom – “We”

The serenely hypnotic “We” comes via Adult Prom, a Salt Lake City-based project formed in 2018 by Russ Allphin. Calming vocals and mellow guitars build gradually, with the “oh man,” vocal cue followed by...

 
Lo-Fi Pop/Rock
 

Los Saints – “As Bad As The First”

The jangly, yearning “As Bad As The First” is a stirring success from San Diego-based quartet Los Saints. The hypnotic jangle of guitars meshed with tortured-sounding vocals to conjure a sound in the realm of The Sm...
 
Folk
 

Max Gowan – “Pitter Patter”

Last Companion by Max Gowan “Pitter Patter” shows the consuming, affecting sound of Max Gowan, producing a guitar-forward meshing of rock and folk. There are shades of The Replacements in the aesthetic. A blend of a...

 
Lo-Fi Pop/Rock
 

The Talking Tears – “Glue”

The new album from one-man band The Talking Tears, Glam is an engrossing, darkly reverberating success that blends synth-pop, post-punk, and other styles. The uniquely hypnotic soundscapes throughout range from sludgy, grungy r...
 
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Aaron Joseph Russo – “Cha Cha Cha”

“Cha Cha Cha” presents further lush melodic goodness from Aaron Joseph Russo, impressing in the past with tracks like “Espresso” and “Disco.” The Australian artist crafted “Cha Cha Cha&...