New Tracks

Comrade Hat – “Old Amsterdam”

“Old Amsterdam” places listeners into nocturnal city streets, with the glistening harps, funk bass, late-night brass and sonorous vocals making for a very enticing and illustrious sound. The track is the new

The Edward Furlongs – “Cold Car”

“Cold Car” is a twinkling new effort from The Edward Furlongs, who impressed previously with “Nagasaki“, a faster-moving piece with Beirut-like brass flourishes. “Cold Car” is a bit more scaled-back, allowing a

Mark Bacino – “Not That Guy”

Mark Bacino produces an immediately likable vein of power-pop, which on “Not That Guy” reminds me lovingly of the bouncy keyboard/guitar-led sounds of Jellyfish, particularly on their underrated classic Spilt Milk. The

Bartholin – “Paraphones”

Bartholin is the duo of Drew Danburry and Cat Leavy, with a seemingly lofty aim of exploring “the Freudian subconscious.” Their self-titled EP, out September 29th, features the excellent “Paraphones”, which works

Hannah Telle – “Hollow Glow”

Los Angeles-based folk/dream-pop act Hannah Telle produces an elegantly hypnotic sound on new track “Hollow Glow”, which is also the title of her first album, out September 21st. A native of Shelby,

Glenn Meling – “Brother Jonathan”

“Brother Jonathan” is a great piece of songwriting from Glenn Meling, an independent artist, songwriter, and producer from Oslo. With an anthemic and professional sound reminiscent of U2 and Daniel Lanois’ production

He Is Me – “Drowning Man/Ocean Man”

We were introduced to the darkly consuming sounds of He Is Me a month ago with “Let It Drip“, which showed a distortion-friendly and vocally emotive sound that wandered in a similar

Dino Jag – “Two Young Hearts”

Australian pop singer/songwriter Dino Jag shows a soaring sound on new track “Two Young Hearts,” off the South Australian veteran’s new EP, scheduled to drop in November. It was recorded at Sunset

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