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Adjective Animal – “Everybody Hide”

A recent track from Adjective Animal, the solo project of Jon Birkholz, “Everybody Hide” allures with a melodic vocal lead and hazy guitars. Its chorus — “hide in your hobbies,” — reflects th...
 
Singer/Songwriter
 

Eric H. F. Law – “Don’t Be Afraid”

The opening track on Better Angels, the new album from Eric H. F. Law, “Don’t Be Afraid” touts considerable stylistic charm. A brooding vocal lead is complemented by snarling guitars and backing organs, leadin...

 
New Wave
 

Pat Absent – “Nothing”

Reminding me fondly of The Psychedelic Furs, “Nothing” is a track from Richmond, VA-based musician Pat Absent, off the new album Tangible Absence. Weary vocals and jangly guitars craft a climatic, murky feeling to s...
 
Instrumental Rock
 

Bushwick Blooze Band – “Waiting”

“Waiting” is a raucously enjoyable track from Bushwick Blooze Band, a blues-rock trio. Although the band often features vocals in their material, “Waiting” is an instrumental piece, focusing on guitar wo...

 
Soul / R&B
 

SONI – “Savage” (ft. Izzy Austin)

Previously impressing with the tracks “Happy to Serve” and “Dance With Me,” California-based artist SONI shows well again with the track “Savage,” featuring Izzy Austin. SONI’s converge...
 
Psychedelic Pop
 

Solomon Sprenger – “Green Bean”

The playfully hypnotic “Green Bean” is a memorable new track from Solomon Sprenger, off his new album, Say What You Know. The suave initial vocal momentum and synth-laden flashes remind fondly of Dent May, aesthetic...

 
Pop
 

Reed Gaines – “To Be Lonely”

“To Be Lonely” is the latest track from Nashville-based artist Reed Gaines. Touting ample mood and soulful charisma, the track grooves with convincing replay-inducing appeal. Nocturnal, minimalist piano tones past t...
 
Psychedelic Pop
 

Votive Crown – “Tarnish”

Lushly engrossing, “Tarnish” is a new track from Brooklyn-based act Votive Crown, who impressed in March with “Prize Possession.” Thematically taking inspiration from the Greek myth of Echo and Narcissus...

 
Pop
 

Oliphant – “Seashell”

“Seashell” shimmers as if in a carefree, dream-like state. “Pinch me as I’m dreaming,” the vocals repeat throughout, an apt choice considering the production’s flourishing and hypnotizing qua...
 
Fusion Rock
 

Konicek – “Two By Two”

Navigating cohesively from lush folk-centric moments to rousing hook-filled rock, “Two By Two” is full of range and gripping songwriting. The track comes via Konicek, an Ann Arbor-based artist who wrote, produced, a...