New Tracks

Katmaz – “For Now”

Buffalo, NY native Matthew Kaz writes and produces under the name Katmaz, naming lovable pop oddballs like Beck and Damien Jurado as influences. His first solo album, Nautical Things, is out on

As He Said – “Get Me Drunk”

As He Said is a striking Norwegian pop project, whose members met in a music workshop and have since crafted a gorgeous sound consisting of shimmering guitars, gentle synths, and passionate vocals

Sun Cut Flat – “Toy Chest”

It has been a few years since I featured Sun Cut Flat’s wonderfully lush synth-pop, via the track “Happiness Is A Wandering“, but it’s one I frequently come back to. On that

Younger Me – “We Will Never Wash Away”

Younger Me’s sleek indie-pop is self-assured and whimsical.┬áTheir glowing new track “We Will Never Wash Away” kicks off with a looping Fender Rhodes piano that resembles xylophones and a lush organ, lending

LABS – “Brave”

It’s fitting that a group called LABS began as an experiment. According to the band, what began as a collaboration between Lindsay Bryan (vocals) and Adam Sutherland (keys and guitar) to create

Yury – “Intrinsically Motivated”

On “Growing Pains” NYC-based hip-hop artist Yury reminds of fellow NY-ers Das Racist in his free-flowing, tongue-in-cheek delivery over playful and colorful synth-pop adornments. It’s a laid-back approach that showcases the artist

Oscar Vega – “Back”

Oscar Vega is a rising singer/songwriter from Virginia whose music sits somewhere between accessible dark pop and trip-hop. Influences like Tame Impala and Pink Floyd contribute to a sound that’s more dripping

Funeral Suits – “Tree of Life”

On first listen, you might mistake “Tree of Life” for a track by Animal Collective. The airy, spacious vocals are easy to mistake for AC’s own, but when the track’s chorus drops

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