New Tracks

Mama Kokomo – “Primavera Feel”

The hypnotic “Primavera Feel” is the first single from dream-pop trio Mama Kokomo, a very promising project comprised of Hank Smith, Krista Michaela, and Dorvin Borman (the Los Angeles multi-instrumentalist previously featured

Huey Blue – “Switchblade”

In anticipation of his forthcoming debut album Friday Anxiety, Byron Bay (Australia)-based producer-turned-solo-artist Huey Blue released the catchy and suave “Switchblade” in the past week. The track serves as “an ode to

Don’t do it, Neil – “lombard”

lombard by Don't do it, Neil Emotive vocals, guitar strums, and videogame-friendly synths comprise the engaging arsenal on “lombard”, a new track from Philly-based project Don’t do it, Neil. “This song’s about

Good Days – “Red”

The bouncy and enthusiastic “Red” is the latest showing from Good Days, the New York-based duo who previously impressed with the hook-y “Love Soaked World” in December. The duo of Eric Ronick

Iuliano – “Who Knows”

Iuliano’s new EP, Hidden Roots, is a stirring release that shows aspects of jazz, rock, and soul in its rich and emotional sound. “I started this project as a testament,” says Iuliano.

Eric Frisch – “Head Up in the Clouds”

Eric Frisch’s catchy and heartfelt indie-pop has been featured several times in the past, the NYC by way of Toronto artist continuing to blend classic pop influences with a modern take steeped in

Justin Shapiro – “Brighter Days”

Justin Shapiro’s new album, Campfire Party (available on Spotify here), has been over a decade in the making. Shapiro, a Washington DC native, has been a part of the local scene since 2007

Video: Firstworld – “Not Obvious”

The video for Firstworld’s new track “Not Obvious” dropped today, its aesthetic blissfully reflective of the South Florida-based project’s chillwave-friendly aesthetic. Chilled-out vocals, a tight bass line, and nocturnal synths help form

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


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