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Electronic
 

“Setting Souls” maneuvers with subtle precision, its nonchalant vocals and cleanly concise synth-bass leading throughout a hypnotic success that finds these UK music-makers in their stylistic comfort zone. The proje...

 
Tracks
 

The debut EP from Los Angeles-based Sonder Saloon packs an incredible punch. It’s rare to encounter a debut with such a powerful and confident sound. This one in particular hearkens immediate comparisons to Fleet Foxes...

 
 
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Tom Greenwood is a 28-year-old singer/songwriter from Bow, East London who has a firm grasp on a lovely sound, one that reminds me strongly of The War on Drugs/Kurt Vile and their suave rock sensibilities. Partly rooted in anth...

 
Folk
 
 

Keez – “Motorcycle”

 
December 7, 2015
 



WATER CREATURES by KEEZ (Brad Jones) Going under the alias Keez, Brad Jones constructs memorable infectiousness with his eclectic taste and songwriting experience. Funk, R&B, and psychedelia are a handful at the forefront, ...

 
 
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Scott Liss – “Medicine”

 
December 7, 2015
 



“Medicine” is a hauting psych-folk effort from Scott Liss, currently based in LA after recently moving from Asbury Park, NJ. His own label, NightOnlyVisual Records, will be putting out Scott’s third album R...

 
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The Plastics – “Sun Scream”

 
December 3, 2015
 



Based out of Cape Town, The Plastics’ music sounds like it’s perpetually in sunshine (without ever getting sunburn). Their third full-length, In Threes, is a breezy run-through of illuminated pop gems; it’s a ...

 
 
Dream-Pop + Shoegaze
 
 

Black Seas – “Trembling”

 
December 3, 2015
 



Black Seas’ introduction hooked me immediately; they said their music “features big shoegaze-y guitars and melodramatic vocals” and noted they “love Felt, MBV, and Scott Walker.” So now that we had...

 
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TOPAZ – “Lies”

 
December 3, 2015
 



TOPAZ is a 22-year-old Chicago native churning out colorfully atmospheric psych-pop gems. His new EP, Phrases, is a very impressive collection of six tracks that tout TOPAZ’ forte, which on the opener “Lies” s...