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    You need new music? We’ve got you covered. This page it packed full of sonic awesomeness. First, you’ll find the debut cuts from Brighton-based cinephile Speelburg. This dude is going places (he’s already signed to Sony) and these tracks are as beautiful as they are picturesque. Next, we’re serving up our latest digital mixtape featuring Continue…


  2. Single Serving: Astronauts, etc. – I Know

    Astronauts, etc. is the project of classically-trained, UC Berkeley-grad Anthony Ferraro (he also plays keyboards for Toro y Moi). His latest single “I Know” is pulled from his forthcoming album Mind Out Wandering and may be his best track to date. It’s a brightly lit tune with a springy, featherlight melody and an incredibly warm Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Her – Quite Like

    Fun, smooth and upbeat, the debut track “Quite Like” from Rennes, France duo Her has been stuck in my head all day. It features a slick groove and playfully sexy lyrics, “I quite like your hair / I quite like your eyes / I quite like your breasts when you undress.” Take a listen and Continue…

  4. TK043: Speelburg – Kline b/w Aubrey

    This month we’re incredibly excited to introduce one of our favorite new music discoveries: Speelburg. Written, directed, and produced by Brighton-based producer and songwriter Noah Sacré, Speelburg’s music is as sonically adventurous as it is beautifully cinematic. With only a pair of singles to his name (both of which are collected on this single), he’s Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Sharon Van Etten – I Don’t Want To Let You Down

    Premiering the song on Ellen earlier this year, Sharon Van Etten has finally attached an official release to her new track “I Don’t Want To Let You Down.” Her five song EP, under the same name, due out June 9th via Jagjaguwar, will be the follow up to her devastating LP Are We There. In Continue…

  6. Single Serving: Wilsen – Garden

    After a pair of excellent EPs, Wilsen (the three piece band led by Tasmin Wilson) has earned a reputation as a band capable or crafting powerful, nuanced, and mature tunes. So, it’s little surprise that the first single “Garden” from their forthcoming debut album fits that mold. “Garden” is a tumbling, fitful tune that feels Continue…

  7. Single Serving: Henry Green – Barcelona

    Subtle, dark and elegant, “Barcelona” by Bristol-based Henry Green is the type of vibe that proves to be enchanting with just a few notes. Green’s vocals are delicate and sensual while the tune itself, buoyed by restrained bursts of pillowy low end, simply reverberates and shimmers like a glowing gem in a dark cave. The Continue…

  8. Single Serving: Summer Camp – Bad Love

    Grab your roller skates and neon windbreaker, the brilliant UK pop duo Summer Camp (a.k.a. Jeremy and Elizabeth) are back with a new single and the announcement of a forthcoming album titled Bad Love. The title track is filled with early 90’s teenage angst, Jeremy’s distorted synths summon the punk neighbor’s garage band while Elizabeth’s Continue…

  9. Faith Healer – Cosmic Troubles

    Cosmic Troubles is the second solo album (but first under the Faith Healer moniker) of Edmonton, Canada songwriter Jessica Jalbert. And it’s quickly proving to be one of our favorite releases this year. With the help of her friend, multi-instrumentalist and producer Renny Wilson, Jalbert effortlessly captures the warmth and jangly, fuzz-drenched fun of late Continue…

  10. Single Serving: Tame Impala – ‘Cause I’m A Man

    Tame Impala have officially announced the follow up to 2012’s Lonerism. Titled Currents the new record will include the recently released single “Let It Happen” (which gets my vote for the best single so far this year) and new single “‘Cause I’m A Man” (which you can stream below). That’s the album art you can Continue…

  11. Single Serving: The National – Sunshine On My Back

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    The National have quietly released a new single called “Sunshine On My Back.” It’s not clear if a new album is in the works, but it’s certainly a good sign. Update: It’s not from a new album. It was recorded during the Trouble Will Find Me Sessions and Sharon van Etten provides guest vocals. It’s Continue…

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