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Rock
 

“Made It All The Way to San Francisco” is a suave, chugging rocker from Sam Pace and the Gilded Grit. The subtle creeping of organs just past the one-minute mark reminds fondly of Nick Cave. Thereafter, a scorching ...

 
Pop
 

The melodic, moody “Man Who Fell to Earth” is the opener on Amanda Easton’s new mini-album, Polaroids & Postcards. Tonally, the track’s vocals exude a feel reminiscent of Madonna, while the synth-dr...

 
 
Lo-Fi Pop/Rock
 

“Copernicus” is a hypnotic, murky rocker from The Kiss That Took A Trip, a rock project from Madrid with elements of shoegaze and rock. The project of musician and producer M.D. Trello, The Kiss That Took A Trip cit...

 
Lo-Fi Pop/Rock
 
 

Storie Grubb – “Shine”

 
January 21, 2020
 



the void struggle (december) by Storie Grubb Storie Grubb is a singer/songwriter from Boise, Idaho, producing a lovable vein of lo-fi rock throughout the album The Void Struggle, one of many for the prolific artist. Opener R...

 
 
Tracks
 
 

MonClaire – “Chosen”

 
January 21, 2020
 



“Chosen” is a catchy pop/hip-hop fusion from MonClaire, a New York-based artist that seamlessly mixes pop hooks and hip-hop verses. “Chosen” is evident of such structural maneuvers. A bouncy, high-pitche...

 
Psychedelic Folk
 
 

Zebrah – “Dimension”

 
January 17, 2020
 



Fondly reminiscent of Kate Bush, “Dimension” is a hauntingly atmospheric track from the duo Zebrah. Dreamy, hypnotic guitar twangs complement the emotive vocal presence, with nice layered expansion approaching the t...

 
 
Synths + Guitars
 

Spacey and melodic, “Le Thème de Mcbaise” is an engrossing track from French illustrator and musician mcbaise, currently based in London. “Le Thème de Mcbaise” starts with lush, nocturnal synths. Smooth ...

 
Electronic
 
 

Biiko & ttypes – “Mixee”

 
January 17, 2020
 



“Mixee” is a lushly consuming track from Biiko and ttypes, two artists from Grand Rapids, MI. Sporting a nocturnal feel with crawling bass and sparse keys over lush keys, “Mixee” grows into haunting beau...