Music

  1. Single Serving: All We Are – Stone

    Liverpool-based All We Are describe themselves on Facebook as “The Bee Gees on diazepam” – which makes sense when you take a listen to tracks like single “Keep Me Alive” (which you can stream below). But their latest single, “Stone,” is something else entirely. It’s vast, sprawling psychedelic terrain covered with lakes of echoing reverb Continue…

    "Stone" by Liverpool-based All We Are is vast, sprawling psychedelic terrain covered with lakes of echoing reverb and sparse, glistening guitar.

  2. Single Serving: Only Real – Y e s t e r d a y s

    Need a little Wednesday afternoon pick me up? Warmly upbeat and perfectly scuffed, the latest weirdo pop jam “Yesterdays” from London up-and-comer Only Real offers a just about perfect fit. It’s from his forthcoming debut Jerk At The End of the Line which drops on March 30th. You can also take a listen to his Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Faith Healer – Again

    This is the one you’re looking for. It’s the first single from Edmonton, Alberta’s Faith Healer (the latest project of duo Jessica Jalbert and Renny Wilson) and it’s very rad. Bright, warm and melodic, it’s built from a swaying melody, infectious harmonies, loose California-style guitar riffs, and softly crooned lyrics that are both clever and Continue…

  4. Single Serving: Twin Limb – Long Shadow

    A subtle mix of martial drums, droning ambiance, violin, and soaring synths mark “Long Shadow” – our introduction to Louisville’s Twin Limb. It’s quite an auspicious introduction. Take a listen below.

  5. Single Serving: Mikal Cronin – Made My Mind Up

    Our favorite guitar-shredding indie-pop rocker Mikal Cronin is returning this May with the newly announced MCIII. The album’s first single “Made My Mind Up” is available for streaming below. Its filled with ringing, guitar-forward pop hooks and a bright, piano-laced melody. The first 500 folks to pre-order from Merge get the record on limited edition Continue…

  6. Single Serving: Pink Gloves – 80s Girls

    Here is the delightful second-ever single from Prague-based newcomer Petr Pliska, alias Pink Gloves, in the form of the nostalgic and heady electro-pop vibe “80s Girls.” The track follows his excellent debut “Fading Stars” and it’s inspired by the movies from John Hughes and the garish dress worn by Molly Ringwald in “Pretty in Pink” Continue…

  7. Single Serving: Winterbourne – Cold

    I just can’t get enough of Australia’s Winterbourne. Their thought provoking tune, “Cold,” has been resonating throughout the hollow walls of my home for the last few days. Despite being just a few years out of high school, vocalist James Draper’s voice sounds as if it is filled with age and wisdom. There can’t be Continue…

  8. Single Serving: Chelsea Lankes – Down For Whatever

    Chelsea Lakes is the latest offering from B3SCI Records (the same folks who introduced us to Zella Day & Jungle). Her new single “Down For Whatever” is a slick slice of edgy, infectious indie pop that clearly marks her as one to watch in 2015. Take a listen and see for yourself. You can score Continue…

  9. Single Serving: Hundred Waters – Cavity (Shigeto Remix)

    Shigeto tackles a reimagination of Hundred Waters‘ “Cavity” by infusing the tune with a delicate and skipping music box-like melody that leads into a gradually-building and elaborate rhythm. It’ll appear on The Moon Rang Like a Bell (Remixed) which will feature reworks by Illangelo, Dirty Beaches, Kodak to Graph, and more. It’s out February 17th.

  10. Single Serving: Turtle Giant – Golden Summer

    Last year our friends Turtle Giant set up shop at the Dom Pedro V Theatre in Macau (the oldest theater in Asia) to record the follow up to their excellent debut EP All Hidden Places. Their latest offering, the psychedelic and sparkling “Golden Summer”, was pulled from those sessions and it may be one of Continue…

  11. Jessica Pratt – On Your Own Love Again

    “Back, Baby” by San Francisco’s Jessica Pratt is one of those exceptional tunes that immediately stands out as both timeless and unique. Indeed, thanks to the lo-fi quality of Pratt’s recording and the simplicity of the arrangement, it’s easy to imagine the track as some lost folk masterpiece recorded in the late 60’s or early Continue…

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