New Tracks

The Green Children – “Dreamers”

Lush synth stabs and angelic vocals, combined with a smooth melodic flow, establish “Dreamers” as a stylistic standout — capturing a more pop-centric vein of Italo-disco, with the vocals during the chorus

A Hope for the Future – “Peace”

Stockholm-based project A Hope for the Future is comprised of five talented musicians who are fond of both male and female vocal sections, citing inspirations like Belle & Sebastian, Fleetwood Mac, and

Brain Tan – “New Light”

“New Light” is the first single off Brain Tan’s upcoming EP, out in September. Sonorous vocals, a galloping funk-bass, and wistful effervescent synths align with shimmering guitars to result in a freshly

Plastic Picnic – “In Your Mind”

We featured Brooklyn-based act Plastic Picnic’s “Nausea in Paradise” back in May, noting how seamless the four Pacific Northwest transplants crafted a sound touching on shimmering post-punk and relaxed West Coast vibes. “Nausea in

Artsy Moods – “Escape”

“Escape” is headlined by lush French female vocals and a more forcefully infectious male lead, these alternating vocal deliveries aided well by a tight infusion of electronica and pop/rock; the former is

Everlost – “Live and Let Go”

Based out of Orlando, Florida, Everlost is the project of multi-instrumentalist Jared Kay, who wrote and plays everything on his new album Live and Let Go, which was released August 6th. From

Anne Steele – “Love Can Take Us There”

Anne Steele wrote the effervescent and upbeat “Love Can Take Us There” after the Pulse night club tragedy this past June. On the track, she pursues a “love trumps hate” ideology that

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New Albums