New Tracks

Sara Ontaneda – “Chico Bien”

Ecuadorian-American singer/songwriter Sara Ontaneda integrates Southern-American rhythms with melodic and colorful folk and R&B, with a background in classical music, jazz, and bossa nova. A graduate of the Berklee College of Music,

Daemon & Airdrie – “China Shop”

Daemon & Airdrie, the duo of Marley Daemon and Jesse Thom, have emerged from Victoria, BC with a haunting and riveting sound, which on new track “China Shop” showcase smoky vocals and

Jordan Alexander – “Cool”

Toronto-based pop artist Jordan Alexander impressed previously with the track “Take Me Out Tonight”, an accessibly hook-y track with a touching video.¬†Alexander treads in the general mainstream pop spectrum, though with an

Obscure Sound: Best of March 2017

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

Entrelacs – “Hope” (feat. Elise M√©linand)

Entrelacs is a project chock full of atmosphere and magical songwriting. The Paris-based project is comprised of sound engineer Olivier le Solliec and sound designer Tam Rush, in addition to the whimsical

Birds on Clouds – “Dog Song”

Swedish indie-pop band Birds on Clouds specialize in a dreamy, scenic sound that’s often bleak, though on new track “Dog Song” they detail the story of a fluffy dog. Halted rhythms, bursts

People Flavor – “Shake Well”

With a fun guitar lead and clapp-y percussion quickly kicking off “Shake Well” in infectious form, People Flavor’s newest track starts fresh and never becomes stale. The act — who was featured

Gumshen – “Fallacy”

Impressing previously with the tracks “Bell Ringer” and “Be Here and Now” in 2014 and 2015, respectively, Gumshen’s eclectic reach continues on new track “Fallacy”. There’s no describing the Seattle-based project with

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New Albums

Bad Veins – ‘Imposter’

Imposter marks the third album from Bad Veins, and their first following an eight-year hiatus. Helmed by Ben Davis, Bad Veins deliver


SINES – ‘Gravity’

Loosely inspired by the futuristic writings of Philip K. Dick, Gravity succeeds in its spacey synth-pop engrossment, marking a convincing success from