New Tracks

Josh Harmony – “Modern Age”

“Modern Age” is a memorable new track from Minneapolis-based Josh Harmony, dripping with charming nonchalance familiar to fans of shoegaze, grunge, and space-rock — all elements incorporated in this melodic, smooth-flowing track.

Meadowhawks – “This Isolated Boy”

New York-based Meadowhawks excel at soaring rock anthems, as evidenced by their two new singles “Thursday” and “This Isolated Boy.” The latter is especially captivating, with stirring guitars and gliding vocals alternating

The Bittersweet Way – “Nothing Left to Say”

“Nothing Left To Say” is the second single from The Bittersweet Way’s upcoming album Presents, releasing on 11/3. The project is led by singer/songwriter Jedidiah Foster, who engrains influences like ’60s pop

The Dot and The Line – “Quiet Ones”

“Quiet Ones” is a new single from The Dot and The Line, an English duo formed this year and comprised of keyboardist, guitarist and programmer Ned Douglas and vocalist Hetty Clark, who

Kode Maya – “Surrender”

Just released today, “Surrender” is an entrancing track from Kode Maya, a pop duo from Österbotten, Finland. A subdued guitar accompanies the vocals in the minimal introduction, though the swift addition of

Greenhouse – “Acetate” + “Vincent Van Slow”

Greenhouse is a four-piece modern shoegaze band from Toronto. The project was formed by guitarists/singers Sacha Katz and Quinn Fisher, who met while young at music camp. After exploring different several different

Premiere: Champion Electric – “Arpej”

Nashville-based rock quartet Champion Electric showcase a dreamy sound on new track “Arpej”, the second of a four-part series. The track “showcases one’s struggle with the waves of contentment and consternation,” over

Sneakers – “Come Around Sundown”

“Come Around Sundown” is a catchy, brass-laden track with touches of funk and rock, from new project Sneakers, a soul-filled collaborative community of musicians and artists from the streets of Auckland, New

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New Albums

Imperial April – ‘Imperial April’

A stirring blend of ’90s alt-rock nostalgia and modern sophistication compel throughout Imperial April‘s self-titled debut album. Hailing from Christchurch, New Zealand,


Indolore – ‘Paris’ EP

Serene folk enchantments and brisk rock approaches alike show throughout the Paris EP, from Indolore. The Paris-based artist describes the release’s inspiration: