New Tracks

Gifts or Creatures – “Two Hearts (Two Peninsulas)”

Male/female vocal duets don’t always work in the indie-rock/pop sphere, though “Two Hearts (Two Peninsulas)” – the new track from Michigan husband-wife duo Brandon and Bethany Foote – succeeds on this front.

Album Stream: Mavara – ‘Consciousness’

Dubbed “Iran’s first premier progressive rock band”, Mavara’s name derives from the translation “beyond everything you think.” Formed in 2001, Mavara developed a strong following in Iran, recording a Persian-language album in

Obscure Sound: Best of August 2017

Above are the most memorable tracks featured throughout August 2017, streaming on both Spotify and Soundcloud. Some tracks may be missing from the Spotify playlist, since not every submitted track is available

Fellow Bohemian – “Get Away”

Los Angeles-based act Fellow Bohemian will drop their Calm & Modern EP tomorrow, and it’s preceded by today’s release of the single “Get Away”. The group is building a steady following after

Montauk Hotel – “Sense of Place”

Sense of Place by Montauk Hotel Montauk Hotel are a shimmering indie-pop act out of Dublin, whose new track “Sense of Place” features soaring vocals and a quaintly effective melody that takes

Chiff – “Pool Party”

It’s approaching that time of year where, instead of accompanying summer, listeners seek tracks with a summer-minded soundscape to escape the perpetual arrival of brisker weather (unless you live in one of

The Fine Lines – “Technicolor Summer”

“Technicolor Summer” – a single released this past week from Madison, NJ-based indie-rockers The Fine Lines – mulls on the “ups and downs of being young, but managing to enjoy it while

The Federal Empire – “You and Drugs”

“You and Drugs” is a new track from The Federal Empire, previously featured with tracks like “What Are We Fighting For” and “Gasoline”. Continuing their fervent, anthemic folk sound, this release features

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New Albums

Trench Coast – ‘Drinks’

The debut album from Berlin-based act Trench Coast, Drinks presents a heady immersion that tactfully infuses gentle bass lines, trickling guitars, and