New Tracks

Love Tapes – “baby”

Love Tapes is a newly created project of New Jersey-based Justin Lombardo, who sports a sound reminiscent of Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s fondness for funk-infused rock nonchalance. Lombardo, who plays everything on the

Grand Pine – “Fail Me”

“Fail Me” is the striking debut single from Grand Pine, a project formed by Melbourne singer/songwriter Guy Perkins, who performed for years as a solo writer before joining longtime friends Mike Ridley

J. F. July – “GRAINS”

J. F. July is a musician/producer from Manchester, who released his new single “GRAINS” with a DIY mentality; it’s self-recorded, self-produced, and self-released, with all instruments, vocals, and productions coming via J.

Wilderness Shout – “For Another Night”

Wilderness Shout is a brand new act out of Sydney, who vibe on soulful beats and soaring, melodic vocals that fit within an electronic/rock aesthetic. “For Another Night” is their debut single,

Patrick Grant – “Lucid Intervals”

Patrick Grant sits in his own stylistic niche. The NYC-based composer fuses together classical, popular, and world music for a sound that would fit well in film or a unique art exhibit.

The Stangs – “Dirty Faces”

Welsh rockers The Stangs are a promising young trio whose sound is culled from elements of Brit-pop, skiffle, and pop-punk. Forming in 2015, the trio of vocalist/songwriter/guitarist Graeme Heath, bassist Josh Lomas,

Eric George – “Few Little Lines”

Vermont-based singer/songwriter Eric George strives to keep the American folk tradition alive with a sound that takes inspiration from everything from early country and delta blues to contemporary folk. A prolific artist,

June Parker – “Throw It All Away”

Throw it All Away/Slow by June Parker June Parker churn out atmospheric, shoegaze-leaning tunes from Richmond, Virginia. They released two songs this past week, “Throw it All Away” and “Slow”. The former

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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: