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  1. Single Serving: American Wrestlers – I Can Do No Wrong

    Not much is known of American Wrestlers just yet – aside from it being a project by an artist who was born in Scotland and is now based in St. Louis, Missouri. I guess for now he’s letting this single speak for itself. “I Can Do No Wrong” is a beautiful little piece of lo-fi Continue…

    The debut single from St. Louis-by-way-of Scotland songwriter American Wrestlers is a warm slice of lo-fi power pop.

  2. Mid Autumn Mix

    We’re just past Autumn’s mid-point which means we’re getting ready for one of our favorite holidays: Thanksgiving. I think you know we love food around here so, as you can imagine, we’ve got our hands full planning and prepping our menu. And, as you can probably also imagine, we believe that any extended expedition into the Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Oceaán – Candour

    Manchester-based young singer-producer Oceaán has shared a new cut taken from his forthcoming incredible sophomore four-track Grip EP out on December 8th through Chess Club (UK) and B3SCI records (US). The track is titled “Candour” and it’s an atmospheric deep piece of work dipped into a soulful soft-electro-pop ambient style, really impressive vibes from this Continue…

  4. Single Serving: Jack Garratt – The Love You’re Given

    London-based songwriter Jack Garratt has been turning heads even since he dropped his debut single this past February – and his reputation has only grown with each subsequent release. But, with all due respect to his previously released material, this latest single “The Love You’re Given” may be his best yet. It’s a shuffling, beguiling slice of soulful future Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Lunifred Benjamin – Brother Ray (Kingdom Came)

    There are no music bloggers I respect more than Mark from yvynyl. So when Mark says he’s a big fan of an emerging artist, my ears perk up. Indeed, Mark recently shared “Brother Ray (Kingdom Came)” by Lunifred Benjamin, comparing the track to the early releases by San Francisco’s now defunct Girls. And let there Continue…

  6. Single Serving: Rainy Day Women – Distance

    “Distance” is a mellow groove deserving of a long stretch of road, a big pair of sunglasses, and maybe a thing or two heavy on your mind. A touch of psychedelia, reverbed vocals and a simply gentle drum beat, endow this song with therapeutic powers of self realization. The gents of Rainy Day Women have Continue…

  7. Single Serving: The Night VI – Fears

    The sparkling and understated “Fears” is the latest serving from The Night VI‘s newly released DIY EP. Sparsely arranged and evocative, it’s the bands most personal and emotionally vulnerable song to date. Indeed, before flowing softly into a swaying middle eight, Sophie-Rose Harper sings, “Why can’t I tell a good day from bad? I’m so consumed Continue…

  8. Single Serving: Daniel Wilson – If You Went Away

    Daniel Wilson has been on a roll this month. In addition to the release of his first ever vinyl single (through the Pairings Box no less), he’s released a pair of incredible new singles. The latest track “If You Went Away” is a springy, ivory-framed ballad that gently floats forward through a swelling, understated composition. It’s Continue…

  9. Beyond The Artist: Dan Plunkett of End Of An Ear

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    Today’s interview is with Dan Plunkett, co-owner of End of An Ear. If you’ve ever found yourself in the midst of the legendary South By Southwest that takes place every year in Austin, Texas then you’ve probably stumbled into End Of An Ear. End of An Ear is an (almost) decade old record shop that Continue…

  10. Single Serving: Adna – Living

    Swedish singer-songwriter Adna may have released her debut record, Night, this past spring, but she’s already churning out material for a second: last week, she dropped “Living,” a sweeping song that’ll be on Run, Lucifer, an album she plans on delivering in the New Year. “Living,” with its reserved verses and colossal choruses, finds Adna Continue…

  11. Single Serving: Tobias Jesso Jr. – Hollywood

    In 2012, Tobias Jesso Jr. was eaten alive by Los Angeles. He’d moved there with dreams of becoming a successful songwriter, only to be chewed up like so many hopefuls heading to our nation’s entertainment capitols. He returned home to Vancouver, reflected and learned to play piano. Two years and a couple of breathtaking demos Continue…

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