New Tracks

Kitchenette – “Trick Deck”

“Trick Deck” is a new track from Kitchenette, the Amsterdam-based act who impressed multiple times last year, with “Upon the Shoulders” and “Prison Break“. This one is equally successful, though pursues a

The Colonies – “Fade”

“Fade” is a catchy track from Washington, DC-based The Colonies’ forthcoming third album, produced by the frontman for another local DC band, Jay Neymeyer of Color Palette. Suave, buzzing guitars and an

Cecilia Ebba – “Little Things”

Cecilia Ebba is a Swedish-born artist presently living in Copenhagen, where she is churning out gems like “Little Things”, a soft and lush slice of understated folk-pop, with the vocals projecting a

CRÈME – “Deed”

CRÈME, the exciting project of Trixie Reiss (former The Crystal Method collaborator), released a new track today, “Deed”, that showcases her ability to craft engaging soundscapes, colorful melodies, and hypnotic hooks. Crystal

Ashley Koett – “Bye Bye Baby”

“Bye Bye Baby” washes in like a hazy daydream with slacker-rock guitar chords reminiscent of Mac Demarco’s meandering soundscapes. Ashley Koett’s clear and striking vocals amble along meditative melodies with lyrics drenched

Scotch Mist – “Surfside”

Scotch Mist’s new track “Surfside” shows the group’s moodier, more atmospheric side, comparative to the twangy guitar-leading “Big Red Button” last summer. The track’s saxophone playing is fantastic, evolving from haunting organs

Asian Fred – “W.P.”

“W.P.” is a new single from Asian Fred, the music project of Tucson-based Fred Huang. The track comes via his upcoming debut EP. Huang notes that his experiences of culture and racial

Étoimoi – “Breed”

“Breed” is an ethereal and immersive new track from Spanish duo Étoimoi, who are releasing their first LP with the Spanish label Discos FUP. The excellent “Breed” features the vocals of Johanna

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