New Tracks

Scotch Mist – “Cliffside”

Released yesterday, this hypnotic effort from Scotch Mist continues the great potential suggested on previously featured track “Daggers“. Brisk percussion and vibrant guitar lines combine past the one-minute mark for a soaring

Space Equator – “Going Up”

The lush and spacey “Going Up” is the first track off Space Equator’s upcoming unreleased self-titled album, all recorded, mixed, and mastered at his home. “The songs are layered with my unique

SIDIZEN KING – “Stuck in the Middle”

“Stuck in the Middle”, a track by LA-based singer/songwriter SIDIZEN KING, is a showcase of the artist’s ability to merge elements of electronica and hip-hop into a very accessible hybrid, one that

Evil Astronaut – “Orbit Berlin”

By their name Evil Astronaut you’d expect some type of menacing sound. That’s not exactly the case. On “Orbit Berlin”, this group from Gothenburg, Sweden shows a calming, developing vein of expansive

Mellt – “Glow”

“Glow”, a new track from Vancouver-based alt-rockers Mellt, showcases the group’s strengths well — namely, reverb-laden atmospheric construction that emphasizes spaciousness and natural psych-friendly development. Their second EP, Visions, just dropped on

Magdalena Bay – “Neon”

Inspired by ’80s ballads and roller disco, in addition to being fit for late-night drives and moody nostalgia, “Neon” is a fantastic new track from Magdalena Bay. This duo has it down

IISKO – “Up All Night”

Released on New Years Day, IISKO’s “Up All Night” offers up a beautiful assortment of twangy guitars, ethereal vocals, and shuffling percussion — a hazy island setting accompaniment by a contemporary hook-laden

Justin Levinson – “Homewrecking Machine”

Justin Levinson crafts hooky ’60s-inspired pop that reminds of ’90s power-pop act Jellyfish. Based out of Burlington, Vermont and presently living in Los Angeles, Levinson has earned considerable praise since his 2005

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