Off the second EP from Brooklyn-based duo Fascinations Grand Chorus, “Can’t Make Everyone Happy” is a stunning success that rides on soaring vocals reflecting both contemporary indie-pop and vintage girl-group allure —
“New Ferments” is the first work from the highly promising Pittsburgh-based project wwoman. It’s an impressive effort that revolves around a series of psych-friendly loops and tranquil psych-rock-friendly guitar, percussion, and keys.
“Lady In Blue” provides an immediate dose of ’90s nostalgia, its melody and structure sounding somehow simultaneously familiar and refreshing. The scaled-back hook at the 30-second mark works nicely, further enhancing the
Despite all the evident horrors in the world, love is still very real — and it’s important to believe in it, or “soon we won’t be here at all,” sings Darrin James
“Oh Love” is a shimmering new track from Los Angeles-based singer/ songwriter Amy Rieckelman’s musical project The Long Fall — her first release, in fact, under this moniker. It’s off The Long
Michelles is the project of Chicago-based musician Michael Daly and drummer Ryan Farnham. They released an eponymous album in 2013, with that touring lineup dissolving in late 2015. Daly then took to
A Mountain of Nonsense by Them Jones Them Jones is a five-piece out of Philadelphia cranking out some enjoyably entrancing psych-rock. “These Canyons”, off their new full-length A Mountain of Nonsense, starts
Endearing guitar twangs and a warm vocal presence kick off “The Act of Being Born” in great form, reminding of The Divine Comedy/Neil Hannon in the engaging stylistic presentation. As comforting organs