New Tracks

Jay Hunna – “Fuck the System”

The gritty “Fuck the System” sports a haunting piano lead and ominous bass line, as Jesse Bland aka Jay Hunna raps about injustice, specifically addressing the tragic death of his cousin Sandra

The Tambourine Girls – “You Don’t See Me”

The first single from Australian quartet The Tambourine Girls’ second LP (due for release in early 2018), “You Don’t See Me” is a very stellar and melodically captivating effort. It touts a

Lucida – “Real”

Based out of Philly, Lucida produce emotional rock with flourishes of synths. They describe the excellent new track “Real” as “the slowest and most sparse song on our new release, but we

Lou Davies – “Riverrock Baby”

Riverrock Baby by Lou Davies “Riverrock Baby” is a slice of jangly psych-rock from Australian artist Lou Davies, who recorded his debut EP of the same name in his converted studio in

Blushing – “Weak”

Impressing early this year with the track “Tether“, Blushing is back at it with the equally beautiful “Weak”. The Austin-based husband-and-wife quartet release “Weak” as the first single off their sophomore album

D.G. Adams – “Vegas”

Vancouver folk/rock artist D.G. Adams released his new track “Vegas” in memory of the Vegas shooting victims and their families, with all proceeds going to those impacted. The track is an excellent

Miles Dismond – “I Always Wanted You”

“I Always Wanted You,” the latest track from Miles Dismond, continues his lush and engrossing blend of jazz, psych, and soul. It’s another impressive release from the Berkeley, California-based artist, who previously impressed with

Deep Touch – “Fake Or Real Indifference”

Hypnotic, swirling keys and an entrancing vocal melody – reminiscent of Blonde Redhead – help establish “Fake Or Real Indifference” as a dreamy success from the get-go. The ’60s-inspired bouncy hook, emerging

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