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Rock
 

Can't See by Meena Out today from Manchester-based duo Meena, their Can’t See EP shows a gripping sound steeped in aspects of post-punk, shoegaze, and garage-rock. EP track “God’s Free Make Me” is ex...

 
Rock
 

Los Angeles-based band Astronomers of the Strange impress with the new track “Slow Your Roll.” Mysterious vocals and dreamy guitars set a bouncy scene to begin, the vibes reminiscent of Wild Beasts. Organ and guitar...

 
 
Other
 

As a fan of Rick and Morty, it’s great to hear a well-done cover of “Goodbye Moonmen.” The show’s Bowie homage was always a fun one, and similar in vein to Flight of the Conchords’ “Bowie in ...

 
Electronic
 

Wax On by SofaTramp Pulsing, playful electronic track “Get Yourself Together” is the opener on Wax On, the latest album from London-based artist SofaTramp. Converging synth layers exude a spacey appeal amidst a driv...

 
 
Singer/Songwriter
 

Suave rocker “Second Wave” is a track from Napa Valley-based singer/songwriter Patrick Ames, channeling a mixture of folk and blues. A melodic, fluttering chorus contrasts enjoyably with the blues-oriented, chugging...

 
Dream-Pop + Shoegaze
 

Out today, “Cricket Songs” is a hazy gem from Phantom Handshakes, exuding a shimmering and dreamy soundscape. The Brooklyn-based project is a collaboration between Matt Sklar (Exiles) and Federica Tassano (Sooner, M...

 
 
Psychedelic Pop
 

“try the other way” is a hypnotic, psychedelic track from Arham. Dazed vocal layers intermingle with caressing guitar tones, building to a stellar title-referencing hook around 01:45. This particular section soars i...

 
Jazz
 

A creative fury of brass and brisk rhythms feel alive throughout “Beautiful Wasted Melody,” an inventive track whose aesthetic resembles a hypothetical Matthew Herbert and Ringo Sheena collaboration. The track comes...