New Tracks

Lo! Peninsula – “Another Divine Joke”

Lo! Peninsula are an act from India (Imphal in Manipur) with a blissful vein of rock, steeped in psychedelia, shoegaze, and dream-pop. They just formed in April last year, and are already

Broken Waves – “Summer Dream”

“Summer Dream” is a hazy, jangly track from Broken Waves, a group headed by songwriter/guitarist/vocalist Tyler Stryker and comprising musicians that are New Jersey natives, and who met in Southwest Florida. The

Villain + Zavier – “You + I”

New Jersey act Villain + Zavier show polished post-punk chops on new track “You + I”. The group came together over mutual tastes, their initial work culminating in a request to do

Bishop Battle – “Fly Away”

Bishop Battle’s new track “Fly Away” is a consuming effort, starting with a lush and airy synth lead that bubbles inward. “Let’s fly away,” Bishop sings, prompting the entry of percussion, and

Meanr Mynr – “M.L.K. Blvd.”

Park Hill Prophet by Meanr Mynr After impressing with multiple tracks last year, Meanr Mynr is at it again with a striking new full-length, Park Hill Prophet. The release chronicles the life

Lil T-Shirt – “Summer”

Swedish artist Lil T-Shirt has been generating buzz for his smooth take on lush R&B and hip-hop, proving as an aptly atmospheric supporting act for How To Dress Well, at Debaser Strand

Zaritza – “Diseased”

After impressing with “Flashing Lights” late last year, Zaritza is back with a fierce new track that again showcases a riveting alternative pop/rock hybrid. The chorus – “I believe that we are

Foundlings – “Horizon”

Following a series of well-received gigs in the UK, Foundlings continue their momentum with new single “Horizon”. The London/Brighton-based play a serene vein of rock here, fond of jangly guitars and retrospective

New Albums

Vazum – ‘Western Violence’

The new album from Detroit-based duo Vazum, Western Violence delivers a fierce blend of post-punk and dark alt-rock invigoration. Lyrical references to

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Valvo – ‘Lost Futures’

Berlin-based artist Valvo reveals an atmospheric, shoegaze-forward sound throughout Lost Futures. The album succeeds with its cinematic, diverse sound — from spacious

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