Music

  1. Single Serving: The Weather Station – Way It Is, Way It Could Be

    The Weather Station is the musical endeavor of Toronto based singer/songwriter Tamara Lindeman and “Way It Is, Way It Could Be” is the opening track from her forthcoming third album, Loyalty. The song evokes the most hushed work of fellow folkie and countrywoman Joni Mitchell as Lindeman’s voice floats over ebbs and flows of instrumentation. Continue…

    The latest single “Way It Is, Way It Could Be” by Toronto's The Weather Station is both warm and vivid.

  2. Single Serving: Jack Garratt – Chemical

    London’s alt-experimental singer/producer Jack Garratt has officially announced the follow up to his immersive debut EP. The four-track EP is called The Synesthesiac and is set for a April 13 release through Island Records. It’s self-produced record and features the recent “The Love You’re Given” and the newly released single “Chemical.” It features a subtle Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Robyn Sherwell – Islander (Le Bear Noir Remix)

    Hailing from the Bailiwick of Guernsey, rising pop songwriter Robyn Sherwell has been earning new fans over the past several months thanks to a series of bright, upbeat pop jams. Today we’re excited to premiere a dark and bass-heavy reworking of her latest single “Islander” by Le Bear Noir. Sherwell’s vocals remain in the spotlight Continue…

  4. Single Servings: Modest Mouse – The Ground Walks, with Time in a Box

    Modest Mouse (i.e. Isaac Brock & Co.) are prepped to drop their first new album in 8 years and we’re getting pretty excited. Titled Strangers to Ourselves it drops on March 17th and it sounding pretty rad from what we’ve heard. In fact, just last night Brock shared new single “The Ground Walks, with Time Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Milk & Bone – Pressure

    In contrast to its title, “Pressure” actually feels free of all weight. Seemingly floating, Camille Poliquin and Laurence Lafond-Beaulne’s (Milk & Bone) voices weave between the song’s creamy and dreamlike synth makeup creating a must hear slow jam. Fans of Sylvan Esso will appreciate the Montreal duo’s ability to merge electronic elements with intimate offerings Continue…

  6. Single Serving: Snoh – Emotional

    If our faces actually represented emoji’s in real life, mine surely would’ve been replaced with the biggest heart-shaped eyes EVAAAR, after hearing Snoh’s “Emotional.” Man, what a song?!?!? If you read the description on the song’s Soundcloud page you will learn that the making of this fabulous tune is the result of a first time Continue…

  7. Single Serving: Yumi Zouma – Catastrophe

    I definitely count the forthcoming EP II from New Zealand-natives Yumi Zouma among the albums I’m most excited for this year. Take a listen to the gently warped, brightly enigmatic pop of “Catastrophe” and get caught up in the anticipation too. And, for bonus points, watch the awesome video for the track below.

  8. Single Serving: This Is The Kit – Bashed Out

    The good folks at Brassland just announced the forthcoming release of the latest album, Bashed Out, from This Is The Kit (i.e. the project of songwriter Kate Stables). It’s her third full length and it was produced by The National’s Aaron Dessner and features a notable supporting band that includes Bryce Dessner (The National), Thomas Continue…

  9. Single Serving: FORINT – Prisoner

    “Prisoner” is the second-ever single from London/Manchester duo FORINT and it’s one hell of a beautiful song. It burns at an incredibly slow pace like still-burning embers from a recently-extinguished fire slowly filling a room with smoke. Smooth rolling, it’s buoyed by a sparse and skittering beat, subtly ringing guitar riffs, and slowly percolating bass Continue…

  10. Natalie Prass – Natalie Prass

    In a very short period of time, Nashville-based Natalie Prass has definitely sparked our interest. We were first introduced to her music late last year with the soulful, swooping and intricately arranged debut single “Bird of Prey.” It’s a bright and sophisticated piece of pop grandeur that propels along a seriously sweet groove that’s kept Continue…

  11. Single Serving: Phoebe Bridgers – Chelsea

    I stumbled across this song recently from newcomer Phoebe Bridgers and instantly fell in love; “Chelsea” is an easy-on-the-ears tune with mature, intelligent lyrics and a remarkable rhythm. As a whole the song is endowed with the ability to fill a vast, open space, both physically and mentally. Phoebe’s voice is sweet, clear, and just Continue…

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