Music

  1. Single Serving: Spoon – Inside Out

    We got a new Spoon jam for you this morning, but (fair warning) this isn’t the type of tune you’d normally expect from the band. It’s got a dreamy crystal palace-like vibe that glistens brightly with sparkling, feather-light harpsichord accents. In fact, the whole song would probably float away to the heavens if it wasn’t being held to the ground by a Continue…

    Take a listen to the dreamy, harpsichord-backed new single "Inside Out" from Spoon.

  2. Single Servings: BANKS – Beggin For Thread

    Los Angeles’ goddess BANKS has treated us to a substantial portion of her debut LP already as she slowly teases out single after single. And, now, we get yet another bite by way of new single “Beggin For Thread.” It’s a shuffling, atmospheric jam that nicely balances both energy and ambiance. You can hear more of Banks’ Continue…

  3. An Interview With Zella Day

    Zella Day is an up-and-coming pop artist based out of L.A. who’s being dubbed (somewhat misleadingly) as the “happier version of Lana Del Rey.” While that’s an impressive comparison for a 19 year old, Zella’s songs of summers and ex-lovers are good enough to stand on their on; and with an album and future tours Continue…

  4. Single Serving: Club Kuru – Seesaw

    Here’s yet another delicious serving from London-based songwriter/producer Laurie Erskine aka Club Kuru. “Seesaw” is his second-ever proper single (last year’s demos “Loot” and “Long Drive” have been removed from his page) and the follow-up to his stunning official debut song “All The Days.” This new gem features smooth vocals dipped in indie-pop production. We’re really looking Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Lia Ices – Higher

    Lia Ices latest single “Higher” is a strangely enigmatic summer trip. It’s filled with scorched guitar riffs, layered percussion, springy tropical keys, and a menagerie of textured sonic accents to accompany Lia’s sweetly crooned vocals. It’s playful, catchy and a little sexy. So, yeah, we’re blasting this one on repeat. It’s available for pre-order here. It’ll drop on September Continue…

  6. Single Serving: Wet – Move Me

    The debut of Wet’s self-titled EP last October brought the Brooklyn-based trio quick fame, including a 5-set streak touring with CHVURCHES and accolades across the board. Now, they’re replenishing their streak with the release of a new song, “Move Me,” which showcases their unique brand of pop-tinted electronic R&B. Pleasantly haunting and sexy to the Continue…

  7. Single Serving: JUCE – “Burning Up”

    For some of us, summertime has worn out its welcome: the Fourth of July has passed, the beach has grown stale, and you can already feel August creeping in. Luckily for us, JUCE is here to add ten degrees of heat to your summer fun. The London trio has just unleashed their second track, “Burning Continue…

  8. Single Serving: Sinkane – How We Be

    The Sudanese-raised and New York-based Sinkane (a.k.a. Ahmed Gallab) is definitely getting us pretty amped for his sophomore release Mean Love. Like the last taste he dished up, is latest single “How We Be” is both funky and soulful. Blinking keys, a funky rhythm and handclaps frame a toe-stepping, shoulder-swaying melody as Sinkane waxes about living the Continue…

  9. Single Serving: Vaults – Lifespan

    London-based trio Vaults have been on fire pretty much since the moment they uploaded their debut single “Cry No More” to Soundcloud back in August of last year. They’re first two singles have combined for over 800k plays on Soundcloud. Their first public gig in London this past May quickly sold out. And they just announced that their latest single “Vaults” Continue…

  10. Single Serving: Other Colors – From the First Note

    For years now, Baltimore’s Other Colors have created some of the finest psych-pop around. Last year’s Free Thoughts LP was a fantastic look at bandleader Will Ryerson’s forcible songwriting. “From The First Note,” the B-side to an upcoming Kickstarter-funded 7” shows the band in full-bloom.  A hazy summer single, it jangles just as much as it grooves letting Ryerson’s warm vocals bring Continue…

  11. The Bones of J.R. Jones – Dark Was The Yearling

    A strong cup of black coffee. Not stale diner coffee  – unfussy, small batch, brewed-with-love coffee. That’s what comes to my mind when I listen to the debut LP from The Bones of J.R. Jones. It’s bold, dark and energetic with a rustic, whiskey-tinted swagger. In other words, it’ll light you up while simultaneously filling you with a comforting warmth. Indeed, Jonathon Linaberry, the Continue…

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