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  1. Single Serving: Harry Edwards – Almost Everybody

    Norwich, England-based Harry Edwards is certainly owning that James Blake-vibe. His first single “Almost Everybody” oozes with deep rumbling bass, chirpy ambiance, and a smooth falsetto as he sings “I want to please you.” Where he really stands out though is with his freeform, asymmetrical compositions that circle through mutation after mutation upon recurring beats and sonic motifs Continue…

    The debut track "Almost Everybody" from Norwich, England based Harry Edwards oozes with rumbling bass, chirpy ambiance, and smooth vocals.

  2. Single Serving: Kali Uchis – Know What I Want

    The creative, Colombian born Kali Uchis is going to blow up big in 2015. At 21 years of age, she already writes her own jams, directs her own videos and rocks a self assured Gwen-like, baby-doll fashion style of her own creation. However, aside from age, talent and appearance, she’s also targeting all the right Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Waxahatchee – Air

    With her first two albums, singer-songwriter Katie Crutchfield showcased an uncanny ability for writing honest, confessional indie rock. Under the moniker Waxahatchee, Crutchfield released American Weekend and Cerulean Salt in 2012 and 2013 respectively – and there is a definite urgency in both the production and lyrics on each release. Two years later and “Air,” Continue…

  4. Single Serving: Alex Burey – The Intimidator

    Following the previous title-track, London producer and singer songwriter Alex Burey have unveiled “The Intimidator,” the lead single taken from his forthcoming debut 4-track EP titled Inside World out on February 9th. A slow-burning and subtle soft-pop piece of work. Take a listen below.

  5. Single Serving: Anomie – So Long

    Field Mouse singer/guitarist Rachel Brown is prepped to release a solo EP under the moniker Anomie via our pals at Father/Daughter. This first single “So Long” is a good old alt-rock jam that sounds like it could be visiting us from the year 1996. You remember, back when snarling, feedback soaked alt-rock was ubiquitous and Continue…

  6. Single Serving: Diet Cig – Scene Sick

    I gotta admit, I’m totally charmed by this debut cut from New Platz-based duo Diet Cig (a.k.a. Alex Luciano and Noah Bowman). “Scene Sick” is a cozy and melodically upbeat jam that’s as bright-eyed as it is fun. Take a listen and see for yourself. You can nab this on limited edition pink cassette or digital download Continue…

  7. Camel Power Club – Laïka

    The inclusion of children in pop songs is a bit of a musical trope, but it’s really hard to get tired of when it sounds as irresistibly happy as “Laïka.” 30 elementary school kids were enlisted to sing the chorus on the single off of Sputnik, the debut EP from the French duo Camel Power Continue…

  8. Naïm Amor – Hear The Walls

    “When you turn the music off, you can hear the walls, the soul of one specific place, its nude ambiance that makes it so unique. This album fits the moment and the place when you decide to finally turn the music on again and . . . listen.” Outsiders (like myself) are sometimes surprised by Continue…

  9. Single Serving: MK Grands – Visionary IX

    Sydney-based Daniel Cartisano records atmospheric jams as MK Grands. Following his acclaimed debut single “Throne” he has returned with his second-ever self-produced song called “Visionary IX.” It’s powerful and methodical piece of work and is set for a release through the brand new silky electronic label Morpheme Records. Take a listen below.

  10. Single Serving: r.e.l. – Plateau

    This jam from 19 year old r.e.l. (a sophomore at USC) is so smooth. In many ways it’s a straight forward pop jam, but there’s a lot to be admired in her lyrical directness and the atmospheric, dubby production to the tune. It’s the lead single off of her debut EP which was successfully funded via Continue…

  11. Single Serving: Shakey Graves – Dearly Departed

    “Would you stop banging on things already?!?!” I’ve been hearing that a lot around my house lately, and I blame Shakey, Shakey Graves that is. His latest tune “Dearly Departed” seems to transform everything around me into some kind of a drum; I just can’t to help myself, it’s a foot-stomping, hand-clapping spirited tune, ironically Continue…

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