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    Widowspeak – All Yours

    It was roughly five years ago when Widowspeak (a.k.a. Molly Hamilton and Robert Earl Thomas) first earned a spot in our hearts and (more directly) in our record collection with a pair of slick white vinyl 7″ singles. And, yes, a lot has changed since Thomas and Hamilton mesmerized us with their dark, airy take on Continue…

    Airy, flowing and cool, Widowspeak's latest album 'All Yours' is one of our favorite's this year.

  2. Single Serving: Capricorn Confusion – Sylt


    We’re very excited to premiere the debut track from Düsseldorf-based producer/vocalist Capricorn Confusion with you this morning. The Jensen Sportag-inspired “Sylt” is a bright, beautifully textured vibe that has the power to transport you beach-side to somewhere tropical and warm, drink in hand, as the ocean gently rolls in. Take a listen and see for Continue…

  3. Single Serving: OK Lady – All I Need (Radiohead x D’Angelo)


    Roman GianArthur, one of Janelle Monae’s Wondaland All Stars, just upped the creative covers game by dropping a 6 track Radiohead X D’Angelo re-imagined, R&B gem titled OK Lady. Heavy on funk and bouts of searing electric guitar takes on “All I Need,” “Paranoid Android,” High & Dry,” and “Nude” all get a smooth positively Continue…

  4. Single Serving: Pure Bathing Culture – Palest Pearl


    Pure Bathing Culture‘s forthcoming Pray For Rain counts among our most anticipated albums expected to drop later this year. The album’s first single has been one of our favorite new tracks we’ve heard in awhile and was more than enough to get us excited for the LP. Well, now we have another reason to get Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Oxford Drama – Preserve


    Our friends (and Pairings Box alumni) in Poland-based Oxford Drama have just announced their debut album. To coincide with the announcement, they’re sharing the album’s first single “Preserve” which you can stream below. Compared to some of the band’s more atmospheric cuts, “Preserve” is an unusually perky vibe with smoky, laser-lit synths and a galloping Continue…

  6. Beach House – Depression Cherry

    For a certain segment of the music loving population (myself included), Baltimore-based duo Beach House aren’t just another band. They have reached superstar status. Indeed, over the course of just over a decade, Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally have established themselves as some of the most consistently rewarding songwriters in independent music. When a band Continue…

  7. Single Serving: Youth Lagoon – Rotten Human

    We’re not too far out from the release of the new album by Youth Lagoon (a.k.a. Trevor Powers). So, with only a few weeks before Savage Hills Ballroom‘s September 25th release, he’s sharing the album’s latest single “Rotten Human.” It’s a slow-burning tune that gradually builds along a soaring melody. Give it a spin below. Continue…

  8. Single Serving: Ellie Herring – Maze

    This gritty, in-your-face new cut from Lexington’s Ellie Herring is pure fire. It’s the b-side from a new single set to drop this October.

  9. Single Serving: KHUSHI – Stories

    Superbly talented London-based producer/songwriter KHUSHI has returned from a nearly year long hiatus this morning with a brand new single titled “Stories.” The slick new cut is horn-laced and sets around a snapping, layered rhythm to accompany KHUSHI’s croon as he sings, “Be my misadventure and I’ll be your mystery chapter or more.”

  10. Single Serving: Illa J – All Good Pt. 2 (ft. Moka Only & Ivan Ave)

    We’re definitely feeling the totally chill vibe on this latest single from Montreal-by-way-of-Detroit Illa J (a.k.a. John Yancey,  a.k.a. the younger brother of the late J Dilla). It’s smooth, a little funky, and just flows. Take a listen. You can pre-order the Illa J LP on Bandcamp and score a bonus white label 7″ while Continue…

  11. Single Servings: Kacy Hill – Foreign Fields

    This brand new Jack Garratt produced single by Kacy Hill is searing hot. It kicks off with a deceptively humble intro built from spare piano keys, hand claps, and Hill’s croon. It builds gradually from there, first with trembling bass, and later with layers of plush, pillowy synth upon an increasingly skittering rhythm.

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