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Electro-Pop
 

The Wormholes – “Temporary Vessel”

Temporary Vessel by The Wormholes Charlotte, NC duo The Wormholes impress with new track “Temporary Vessel.” Showcasing an expansive sound with spacey synths, a lushly hypnotic rhythm section, and lingering guitar t...
 
Synths + Guitars
 

Future Ghost – “Thoughts and Prayers”

“Thoughts and Prayers” is a moving track from Future Ghost, the Orlando, FL-based duo of Jake Ellis and Kat Albanese. “How many more does it take?” are its opening lyrics, addressing recurring tragedy ca...

 
Psychedelic Pop
 

Johnny Petunia – “Never Be Apart”

“Never Be Apart” is a soaring, atmospheric gem from Johnny Petunia’s newly released album Never Be Apart. Throbbing synths lead a sparse soundscape to start alongside the spacious vocals. Unfolding acoustics p...
 
Lo-Fi Pop/Rock
 

Gradam – “Faces”

“Faces” is a consuming track from Gradam, showing the artist’s engrossing hybrid of psych-rock, alternative, and bedroom-pop. Bursting guitars, ’80s synths, and suave brass lead at various points, all wh...

 
Pop
 

Jordan Burchel – “Lost Dogs”

“Lost Dogs” is an adventurous pop track from Jordan Burchel, touching on the realms of synth-pop and twangy rock. The initially leading chipper synths and vibrant vocals produce an aesthetic fondly reminiscent of a ...
 
Synths + Guitars
 

Atlas Engine – “Where Have You Gone?”

Brooklyn-based rockers Atlas Engine impress with the soaring new track “Where Have You Gone?,” where a cohesive assortment of melodic guitars and swirling synths converge for quality results. The track is quick to s...

 
Synths + Guitars
 

Estereomance – “Crimson Queen”

“Crimson Queen” is a newly released track from Estereomance, showing a catchy sound with escalating yearning. Based around El Paso/Juarez, the project formed in early 2019 by Adria, Paulina, and Manu. Bright synths ...
 
Synths + Guitars
 

Debris Discs – “Daniel and the Apocalypse”

Following the impressive “Animals” this past autumn, Debris Discs returns with another successful track, “Daniel and the Apocalypse.” The track builds with a brooding backing synth and jangling guitars, ...

 
Synths + Guitars
 

Premiere: The Great Dictators – “Killing Fields”

Releasing today is the nostalgic music video for “Killing Fields,” the track from Copenhagen-based rock trio The Great Dictators. “We’ve just entered The Roaring Twenties 2.0 so we thought it was appropr...
 
Rock
 

Bayleigh Cheek – “Release Me”

The fantastic “Release Me” is a stirring track from Bayleigh Cheek. The Dallas-based singer/songwriter was a solo musician from 2015 to 2018, at which point the project turned into a band. “Release Me” i...