Music

  1. Single Serving: Lost Boy ? – Hollywood

    For a group that sounds like the slightly-warped offspring of Wavves and old Weezer, Lost Boy ?’s newest track is pretty uplifting. “Hollywood” deals with stories of sadness in two of the most celebrated cities in the U.S.; New York and L.A. Hailing from the former’s buroughs, the indie punk quartet rebuffs the urban blues Continue…

    The latest single "Hollywood" from indie punk quartet Lost Boy ? will get you bouncing in your seat and bobbing your head.

  2. Single Serving: Tei Shi – Bassically

    Tei Shi (a.k.a. Valerie Teicher) returns today with a brand new jam titled “Bassically.” And we’re a little obsessed with it. Built from glossy drum machine beats and a kinetic bassline, it’s a beautiful disco pop groove that’ll make you want to bob your head, tap your feet, and eventually get up and dance.  All the while, Teicher showcases her Continue…

  3. TK037: Black Honey – Sleep Forever b/w Teenager

    Like most people, we have our favorite bands that we’ve been listening to for years and years, but we’ve always been the most excited about music when it’s a hot new discovery. Well, you won’t find many bands that are newer and more exciting than Brighton up-and-comers Black Honey. In fact, they’re so new they haven’t even released Continue…

  4. Single Serving: Governors – Is This Love

    Here’s the stunning debut song from up-and-coming New York City boy-girl duo Governors titled “Is This Love” which is a remarkable piece of work. The track features a subtle combinaison of a beautiful piano melody with a gorgeous cello dipped into an electronic production. Take a listen below and download it for free over at the Continue…

  5. Caribou – Our Love

    In many ways, I believe that the best musicians treat “genre” as little more than a canvas for songs that could – hypothetically at least – exist in many different formats. And when they get bored with a genre, they move on to a new one. Or, alternately, they simply cherry pick their favorite elements Continue…

  6. Single Serving: The Night VI – Heroine

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    It’s been a busy week for the Duly Noted Records camp. Yesterday they announced the release of the debut EP by Osca. Then, earlier today, they announced the release of the sophomore EP by London-based The Night VI. Titled DIY the new EP collects 5 of the band’s newest recordings: “[t]he feeling that pulls the tracks together is perhaps Continue…

  7. Single Serving: Hundred Waters – Never Blame

    A few minutes ago, Hundred Waters surprised fans with a lovely and sparse new track called “Never Blame.” The sparkling and raw cut features no more than acoustic guitar and vocals from singer Nicole Miglis. Here’s what Nicole had to say about the surprise release of the tune: “here’s a song that came out one Continue…

  8. Single Serving: Osca – Around The Bends

    Hot up-and-coming London based four-piece Osca today announced their debut Blood EP. To coincide with the announcement, they’ve released the cinematic and upbeat new single “Around The Bends.” The slick groove features a bounding bass riff, bright keys, twinkling guitar, and a soaring ambiance. Something tells me these guys are going places. Take a listen and see for Continue…

  9. Interview: Salt Cathedral

    Last month, the ever-shifting and always-working Salt Cathedral put out their latest EP, OOM VELT, a collection of songs that at once restricts their palate and broadens their sound. To celebrate the release, I chatted with founding member Nicolas Losada about his upbringing in Colombia, mixtapes and his experiences in Japan. This is an edited Continue…

  10. Single Serving: AlunaGeorge – Supernatural

    AlunaGeorge are working on their follow up to last year’s debut album Body Music. The new record doesn’t have an official release date yet, but you can stream the brand new synth pop jam “Supernatural” right now (which we’re presuming will appear on said new album). Take a listen below.

  11. Single Serving: La Plage – Rendez Vous

    As leaves start to turn, it’s easy to fixate on the bone-cold winter ahead. Luckily, La Plage is here to help. Their summer-centric indie pop emanates warmth, and they’ll even help you work up a sweat if you’re willing to dance shamelessly to tracks like “Rendez Vous,” which I definitely am. La Plage (“beach,” en Continue…

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