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Dream-Pop + Shoegaze
 

Bodywash – “Eye to Eye”

Bodywash have proven very capable at crafting moody, consuming soundscapes in the past, from their cover of The Beach Boys’ “All I Wanna Do” to their 2016 track “Nothing At All.” The Montreal act c...
 
Folk
 

Aadams – “Forever on the Fence”

New Jersey singer/songwriter Aadams unveils a haunting folk sound on new track “Forever on the Fence.” Released today, the track continues the powerful sound shown on track “Castaway” a couple months ago...

 
Hip-Hop
 

Maroc – “Punch Drunk Rich Kid””

Copenhagen duo Maroc impress again with “Punch Drunk Rich Kid,” showing a style that infuses nocturnal hip-hop beats with an entrancing vibe reminiscent of King Krule. Following up last month’s stellar track &...
 
Rock
 

Billy Momo – “Frozen City”

Formed in 2007, in a cabin in the Swedish outbacks, Billy Momo are a band that show infectious appeal on new track “Frozen City.” The track succeeds in two parts; concisely effective verses tout a catchy, bluesy pas...

 
Electro-Pop
 

CRÈME – “Memories”

“Memories” is the latest track from CRÈME, released today. The project of Trixie Reiss has impressed with many tracks in the past, and this is one is no exception. Effervescent synth pulsations accompany Reiss’...
 
Folk
 

The Weird Years – “Ticking Time”

Brooklyn folk act The Weird Years emphasize a multitude of strengths on “Ticking Time,” a highlight off their recently released self-titled EP. A quaint, playful acoustic presence aids the lush vocal presence, build...

 
Electronic
 

Astrolemo – “Dreams in Reverse”

Astrolemo impressed last year with the Haunting Me EP and the track “Just Another Lie,” an atmospheric effort with spacey synth arps, bustling trip-hop rhythms and hypnotic vocal effects. The project, which formed i...
 
Rock
 

Hallam London – “Run for Your Life”

Released today, “Run for Your Life” is an anti-homophobia synth-rocker from Hallam London, an artist who impressed in 2016 with the track “To the Sky.” Hallam’s anthemic vocal presence is evident f...

 
Folk
 

James Crowley – “Wasted Away”

James Crowley’s understated vocals accompany a quivering organ to kick off “Wasted Away,” a track released today. The second single from the London-based artist’s upcoming EP, releasing in June, “W...
 
Dream-Pop + Shoegaze
 

Premiere: Burly Herd – “Betamax”

London quartet Burly Herd kicks off a series of upcoming releases with the excellent track “Betamax.” Fluid, dreamy guitar tones establish an entrancing soundscape, as lush synths and bass assume prominence when the...