Music

  1. Single Serving: Brolin – Swim Deep

    Mysterious British artist Brolin returns with a new electronic alt-pop track called “Swim Deep.” The song, the follow-up to his seven pieces in a form of Flags Mixtape dropped 7 months ago, is produced by Raffertie and it’s the first taste to his upcoming debut album set for release next year. Take a listen below.

  2. Single Serving: Pale. – Comeback EP

    London’s Pale. have just announced the release of their debut EP Comeback which is available now as a free download. Like their prior singles, it’s a stark, smoke-filled collection of enigmatic indie r&b. Take a listen below.

  3. Single Serving: Odesza – All We Need (feat. Shy Girls)

    This is a track for your Indian Summer mix. It is modern, R&B-inspired electronica pop from a chilled out duo from the Pacific Northwest. It’s ODESZA‘s first proper release after achieving a cult-like following on the road and web. Try not to feel those vibes! We dare ya.

  4. Single Serving: DEATHS – Lonewolves

    The debut single “Lonewolves” by Berlin collective DEATHS may be the best new song you’ll hear this week. Not unlike a lost cut from DARKSIDE’s Psychic, the gorgeous groove proceeds alongside distant synths, a slowly pulsating heartbeat of a bass riff, and sparse, textured percussion. Slow burning and completely captivating, it’s an incredibly promising start for these up-and-coming artists. Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Jones – Deep

    London-based artist Jones made her Internet debut this week with “Deep,” a stunning pop song with beautiful production. To say it’s been received well is an understatement. Plus, she’s already relatively plugged in—she’s been working with producer Rodaigh McDonald of XL Recordings and Jai Paul’s brother Anup. “Deep” is like a glass of Chardonnay: It’s Continue…

  6. Single Serving: Flight Facilities – Two Bodies feat. Emma Louise (Extended Version)

    Australian-based Flight Facilities have been gradually building hype the past several years through a series of well-received singles, mixtapes, and remixes. This October they’ll finally see the release of the debut album Down to Earth. The album’s first single is the sparkling, house-influenced groove “Two Bodies” which features the lovely, airy vocals of Emma Louise. It’s Continue…

  7. Single Serving: Wonder Wonder – Body Gold

    Wonder Wonder are a London-based duo who’ll be releasing one song a month for the next year. We don’t have any official names for the artists involved, but we do have “Body Gold” which is the first release from their eventual debut record. It’s a chill, sensual torch jam with a well illuminated, flowing melody and a tight, Continue…

  8. Single Serving: Ejecta – Silver

    Yesterday afternoon Ejecta (the project of Neon Indian’s Leanne Macomber & Ford & Lopatin’s Joel Ford) released an entrancingly lovely new video for their single “Silver.” Directed by Emir Eralp, the video is a wash of bright, warm colors to accompany the song’s swirl of sparkling synths and Macomber’s slinky croon. It’s a good fit for a track that Continue…

  9. Single Serving: SW/MM/NG – “All I Want”

    Fold up your beach towels, put your trunks in a box and return your neighbor’s missing grill: summer is over. But don’t fret! Fayetteville, AR scenesters SW/MM/NG are just as bummed as you are, and they’ve penned a necessary gut-punch to get us back into our fall routines. “All I Want,” a standout track from Continue…

  10. TK036: Oxford Drama – Asleep/Awake b/w Venter Remix

    It’s easy to take for granted, but occasionally it is worth reflecting upon what a truly remarkable experience it is to discover beautiful music crafted halfway around the world that somehow improbably made its way to our ears. For example, Wrocław, Poland duo Oxford Drama (a.k.a. Małgorzata Dryjańska and Marcin Mrówka) have been recording together Continue…

  11. Single Serving: J. Fernandez – Cosmic Was

    Chicago’s multi-instrumentalist wunderkind J. Fernandez will yield us Memorize Now, his third EP and first for Atelier Ciseaux early next month.  On lead off track “Cosmic Was,” Fernandez’s pop sensibilities gleam via a jaunty bass line and steady backbeat, horn-stabs adding to an overall spirited mood. However it’s his dark croon and discordant organ tones that provide a compelling symmetry to Continue…

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