New Tracks

MP3: jj – “Beautiful Life”

Swedish duo jj are back at it, crafting luxurious electro-pop driven by gentle acoustics, wavy synth pads, and tinny Afro-pop percussion. The serene "Beautiful Life" is their first release in almost two years.

Full Album: Merchandise – Children of Desire

Tampa-based Merchandise released their stunning new record, Children of Desire, for free. Their cult following continues to grow rapidly for several reasons. Primarily, their blend of post-punk, shoegaze, new-wave, and folk is

Video: White Rabbits – “Temporary”

White Rabbits’ video for “Temporary” is filled with hectic neon lights and blurry transitions, a suitable choice for the high-energy electro-rocker from their recently released Milk Famous. The video premiered on Jimmy

MP3: Walrus – “Growing Pains”

MP3: Walrus – Growing Pains Walrus are two brothers from Halifax producing minimalist pop. That’s all the info available on this Canadian duo, apart from the fact their debut EP is called Onetwotree. There’s

Video: David Lynch – “Crazy Clown Time”

Any directorial effort from David Lynch is bizarre and oddly unforgettable, his new video for “Crazy Clown Time” being no exception. Lynch describes it as “an intense psychotic backyard craziness, fueled by

MP3: Dent May – “Best Friend”

"Best Friend" is an outstanding disco-tinged new track from Mississippi-based Dent May, off his new album, Do Things, out June 12th on Paw Tracks. Formerly known for ukulele-led material, May traded it in for some

MP3: Jessie Baylin – “Hurry Hurry”

MP3: Jessie Baylin – Hurry Hurry Jessie Baylin’s “Hurry Hurry” shows love for both ’60s country and contemporary chamber-pop. Polished, string-aided tracks from Camera Obscura (most of Let’s Get Out of This Country)

New Albums

Carey Clayton – ‘Headless’

Los Angeles-based artist Carey Clayton embraces a gorgeous, textured pop and rock intertwining on the new album Headless. Frequently hypnotic in its layered production


Luga – ‘Become’ EP

The Become EP showcases the blissfully atmospheric sound of Luga. The project of Brighton, UK-based artist Lewis Broad-Ashman impresses with a sound