New Tracks

Heidi Osborne – “A2Z (Rise and Grind)”

Nomad by Heidi Osborne The snappy, opening track on Heidi Osborne’s new album Nomad, “A2Z (Rise and Grind)” is a nice example of the artist’s knack for charismatic vocals and playful, perky

Shawna Virago – “Tranimal”

San Francisco transgender music icon Shawna Virago releases a passionate, acoustical track with “Tranimal”. Accompanied by a music video (below), the track is a response to hate and intolerance. “This country needs

Monique Angele – “Pink Coloured Sky”

Theatrical vocals, a gripping piano-laden melody, and lavish string accompaniments comprise the introduction of “Alive”, which adds percussion around 01:20 as the strings unroll themselves in even more majestic form. A new

Dead Sullivan – “Swallow”

“Swallow” is a gorgeous track from Dead Sullivan, a project hailing from Denton, Texas. Barely over a minute-and-a-half long though rich in atmosphere, “Swallow” plays as a preview of the project’s aesthetic

Joel Porter – “Ready for the Harrow”

Released this morning, the beautifully serene “Ready for the Harrow” is another success from North Dakota-based artist Joel Porter, who impressed earlier this month with “Amaranthine“. Whisper-y vocals and a budding string-laden

Moon Panda – “Rabbit”

Moon Panda is a new project based in Brighton, comprising Californian songwriter Maddy Myers, Danish guitarist Gustav Moltke, Bristol-based synth player George Godwin, and London-based percussionist Alfie Webber. They cite Portishead, Beirut,

Helenor – “Ocean State”

Boston-based visual artist David DiAngelis fronts the project Helenor, whose new track “Ocean State” is an impressive effort that reminds fondly of later-era Blur. “Ocean state is a state of mind,” he

Jaz Mattu – “5-Star Flying”

“5-Star Flying”, a cut from Jaz Mattu’s debut album Sanguine Man, is quick to get started. Quivering, post-punk-inspired vocals and hypnotic guitar reverberation is prominent from the get-go, reminding of a cross

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