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New Tracks
 
 
 
Rock
 

A Life Extinct by Cross Wires Cross Wires are a rock act from East London, releasing their debut album A Life Extinct on November 1st, via Culture War Records. The two tracks available thus far are impressive. “How to Det...

 
Lo-Fi Pop/Rock
 

Mellow and enjoyable, “Obsessions” is a track released today from Chris Dalla Riva. The track introduces itself with a bouncy alternate vocal, before suaver verses emerge with lush, twinkling key additions. The R...

 
 
Radio-Friendly Pop/Folk
 

NYC-based musician Scott Chasolen released his debut album in 2003, following many years in the jam circuit with instrumental group ulu. Since then, his solo career has blended folk, rock, and jazz aspects for a pleasing, intim...

 
Radio-Friendly Pop/Folk
 

Joel Cuzzi’s new album Footprints merges the Californian singer/songwriter merging his punk-rock youth with retrospective, acoustic vibes. The album is written in tribute to Cuzzi’s friend and musician Tony Sly, the...

 
 
Tracks
 
 

Sluka – “Hey Oh”

 
October 10, 2019
 



We featured the self-titled track from Sluka’s new album, Ready to Connect, last month — emphasizing the band’s knack for twangy acoustics, soaring melodies, and orchestral additions. The San Diego act is no s...

 
Electronic
 
 

Koresma – “Free”

 
October 7, 2019
 



Mellow synths and lush, distant vocals adorn the sweeping “Free,” a recently released track from Koresma (Ryan Lindberg), an electronic producer based in Asheville, North Carolina. The track’s soaring, open fe...

 
 
Dream-Pop + Shoegaze
 
 

Night Hikes – “Vera”

 
October 7, 2019
 



“Vera” is a striking track from Night Hikes, the Seattle duo who wowed with “Avila” in August. Olivia Godby and Matthew Farrell again impress with this dreamy, effervescent gem. Godby’s lush vocals...

 
Lo-Fi Pop/Rock
 

The Kerosene Hours is the project of Los Angeles native Aaron Silverstein. The songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and vocalist shows a suavely effective sound on new track “Purple Heart,” where a haunting vocal lead...