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New Tracks
 
 
 
Dream-Pop + Shoegaze
 

“Give It Up” is a sweepingly melodic dream-pop track from Port Lucian, the project of 19-year-old multi-instrumentalist Portia Maidment. The project began in 2017, releasing several singles that — along with t...

 
Rock
 

Flourishing with inventive melodies and structural maneuvers, “Prize Possession” is a winning new track from Votive Crown. Recorded in a Woodstock, NY converted church, “Prize Possession” shows the Brook...

 
 
Electro-Pop
 
 

Rio Tigre – “Tornado”

 
March 3, 2020
 



The captivating “Tornado” is a track that Rio Tigre wrote between Paris and Brooklyn. Serene vocals, nocturnal synths and percussive click-clacking do well in conjuring a distinctively late-night feel. In writing be...

 
Lo-Fi Pop/Rock
 
 

Zhund – “Flat Footed”

 
March 3, 2020
 



“Flat Footed” is a new track from Zhund, a Montréal-based music producer. Following two atmospheric EPs in 2017s Miami Odyssey and 2019’s Dusty, Zhund continues the latter’s lo-fi charm with “Flat ...

 
 
Lo-Fi Pop/Rock
 
 

Gradam – “Faces”

 
March 3, 2020
 



“Faces” is a consuming track from Gradam, showing the artist’s engrossing hybrid of psych-rock, alternative, and bedroom-pop. Bursting guitars, ’80s synths, and suave brass lead at various points, all wh...

 
Rock
 

“Oops” is the third single from Manchester-based act T-Shirt Dream Party. Comprised of brothers Ben and Dan Dickson and lifelong friends Eggs (David Egbe) and Sam Powell, the band shows very well here. Fluid, dreamy...

 
 
Pop
 
 

Flugel – “No Snow”

 
March 3, 2020
 



A track from Flugel’s recently released album Pull Some Strings, “No Snow” impresses with an airy pop sound. Lyrically conveying the ups and downs of relationships, landing a quality job, and the hardships of ...

 
Folk
 
 

Magnetic Ghost – “Delete”

 
February 28, 2020
 



Pixels by magnetic ghost Released today, and touting a haunting sound akin to Radiohead and Fleet Foxes, “Delete” is a track from Minneapolis-based project Magnetic Ghost. “Delete” comes from the excelle...