New Tracks

Mulch Aikens – “Pull Up 2 the One U Love!”

Philly act Mulch Aikens impressed last year with the catchy “Sand Dunes“, which melded influences of “classic disco music and contemporary underground music,” to produce a suavely melodic aesthetic reminiscent of Toro

The Caracals – “Catch Your Eye”

Touting a sound reminiscent of earlier Arctic Monkeys, “Catch Your Eye” is a striking new track from The Caracals, who previously impressed with the track “City Girl” in May. A nonchalant vein

Synthonic – “Head Banging”

Groove into the weekend with the synth-laden funk of Synthonic, a new downtempo/electro-funk project from London-based musician Kieron Garrett. The project’s new track “Head Banging” incorporates suave funk bass lines alongside vibrant

Krigarè – “Silhouette”

“Silhouette” is a striking example of the soundscapes apparent in Krigarè’s music. Haunting, cathedral-like vocals and a lingering string presence accompanies a gradual vocal emergence. Shards of synths emerge past the two-minute

Maxwell James – “When It’s Real”

Nashville act Maxwell James produces a touching vein of Americana with folk and country influence. “When It’s Real” is a nice example of his knack for heart-tugging melodies and lyrical sentiments. Trained

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

New Albums

Minorarc – ‘Inclusions’

A diversely atmospheric rock sound permeates Inclusions, the most recent album from Australian artist Minorarc. From serenely introspective guitar murmurs to frolicking


Brad Walrond – ‘Alien Day’

The full-length debut album out today from NYC-based artist Brad Walrond, Alien Day presents the artist’s spoken-word format within an eclectic range