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  1. Single Serving: Fazerdaze – Jennifer

    I’m smitten by this track. It’s pulled from the debut EP by Auckland, New Zealand-native Fazerdaze and it’s both gentle and infectious. There’s a breezy, weightlessness to the tune’s melody that just sways along a blinking ambiance and songwriter Amelia Murray’s easy croon. Take a listen and see for yourself.

    Fazerdaze's single "Jennifer" sways along a blinking ambiance and songwriter Amelia Murray's easy croon. We're smitten.

  2. TK041: DEATHS – Lonewolves b/w Sold

    You might have expected rosy-cheeked ballads or silky bedroom jams for our February Pairing Box. After all, February is home to Valentine’s Day. For that reason, you may be surprised that we’ve tapped dark Berlin-based collective DEATHS as this month’s featured artist. Admittedly, their moniker is brooding and the music is far from upbeat, but Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Lord Huron – The Night We Met

    Los Angeles’ folk pop group Lord Huron has been teasing out the details of new LP Strange Trails the past weeks but only just dropped the album’s first single. Titled “The Night We Met” it’s a romantic, wind-swept ballad filled with uplifting harmonies and sparkling guitar riffs. It’s quite lovely. It’s available as a free Continue…

  4. Single Serving: MisterWives – Our Own House

    MisterWives have done it yet again; releasing another, extremely infectious, high energy dance tune that’ll surely kick anybody’s weekend off on the right note. Packed with more energy than a fanny pack full of jelly beans “Our Own House” will transform any nearby object into a microphone, with its swift guitar licks, feel good horns, Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Unknown Mortal Orchestra – Multi-Love

    Unknown Mortal Orchestra have announced their latest effort Multi-Love which is due out on May 26 via Jagjaguwar. You can hear the title-track and album opener “Multi-Love” below. And, damn, it’s an incredibly bright and upbeat jam packed full of shifting pop melodies. Definitely recommended listening.

  6. Single Serving: NYLO – Life’s A Bitch (Nas Cover)

    We’ve heard a few electro pop vocalists cover classic rap tracks in the past, and, somehow, despite the odds it always seems to work. You can include this one on the list of unqualified successes. Chicago’s NYLO reinterprets Nas’ “Life’s A Bitch.” As you can imagine, it’s very different from the original. Take a listen Continue…

  7. Single Serving: Illitry – Wildberry

    This latest single “Wildberry” from Hamilton, Ontario duo Illitry is far too chill not to just kick back and savor. It’s a cornucopia of bright tones and sparkling vibes that bleed into bubbling house beats. Somehow it all just clicks and puts you at ease. Take a listen.

  8. Single Serving; CATHEDRALS – OOO AAA (Tunji Ige Remix)

    CATHEDRALS‘ mesmerizing single “OOO AAA” was among our very favorite singles last year. Featuring sultry, sexy lyrics and kaleidoscopic production, it was one hot track. It’s been recently remixed by Tunji Ige who builds a dark, sparse landscape to showcase Jenkins’ sensual lyrics (“with your salt on my tongue and the mouth of our love Continue…

  9. Single Serving: Shy Girls – Arrest Me (ft. Tei Shi)

    If you’re looking for a simmering, sexy jam for your Valentine’s Day mix (or for anytime you want some hot silken vibes), then you need look no further than this collaboration between Shy Girls and Tei Shi. It’s pulled from Shy Girls brand new mixtape which also features collaborations with Rome Fortune, Antwon, and Junglepussy. Continue…

  10. Single Serving: Monogem – Monogem EP

    Earlier today, Los Angeles’ duo Monogem (songwriter/vocalist Jen Hirsch and producer Scott Smith) unveiled their self-titled EP. If you’ve been following along as Hirsh and Smith have teased out the collection of infectious singles that make up the EP, then you already know what to expect: infectious indie pop goodness. Indeed, each of the EP’s Continue…

  11. Single Serving: IYES – Simmer (live)

    Our friends in Brighton-based duo IYES have just released a stripped-down live demo of their next single “Simmer.” Built around a softly plucked guitar melody, ghostly harmonies and singer Melis Soyaslanová’s light croon, the jam lives up to its name – always threatening to boil over but never losing its composure. It’s available as a Continue…

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