Music

  1. Single Serving: Jessie Ware – Say You Love Me

    Earlier today, Jessie Ware released another new single from her upcoming album Tough Love. “Say You Love Me” is a soulful, subtle ballad that showcases Ware’s soaring vocals. It’s produced by BenZel and drops on October 6th. You can preorder it from iTunes.

  2. Single Serving: Goldroom – Till Sunrise

    Los Angeles’ based Goldroom (a.k.a. Josh Legg) is back with a dreamy and melodically bright new single “Till Sunrise.” Featuring breathless vocals from Aussie newcomer Mammals, it’s a cinematic vibe with sparkling synths and a smooth rhythm. It’s out on Legg’s own label Binary Records.

  3. Single Serving: Mr Twin Sister – Blush

    If you thought the band formerly known as Twin Sister couldn’t get any dreamier—or, strangely, more formal—have we got news for you. Last week, the newly named Mr Twin Sister unleashed the floaty “Blush,” a sure-to-be-stand-out from their forthcoming self-titled record. The song finds the band perched atop a higher cloud than they’ve ever been, Continue…

  4. Spoon – They Want My Soul

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    “It sounds like a Spoon album,” is how a friend described Spoon‘s latest full length They Want My Soul. And, for the most part, she’s right. It’s fastidiously produced. It’s a rock ‘n roll album. It packs plenty of “boom” to stand out at a crowded, lively gathering and, yet, sounds even better on a pair Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Sea Oleena – If I’m

    After self-releasing two mini-albums, Montreal’s Sea Oleena unveils the beautiful “If I’m.” This stunning song is the first single to emerge from her proper debut album Shallow (available September 30 through Lefse Records). A mediative piece of grace and sensitivity. Take a listen below and pre-order the vinyl here.

  6. Single Servings: SAY LOU LOU X LINDSTRØM – Games For Girls

    Swedish/Australian dance-pop duo Say Lou Lou enlisted Norwegian producer Lindstrøm for their latest single “Games For Girls.” And, as you might expect, it’s a neon-bright, rainbow-colored disco jam that’ll help you burn a hole into the dance floor. Meanwhile, if you haven’t copped it yet, you should check out their cover of Tame Impala’s “It Feels Like We Continue…

  7. Single Serving: BenZel & Stevie Neale – Wasted Love

    A mysterious production duo by the name of BenZel emerged onto the electro-R&B scene two years ago with Jessie Ware’s cover of Brownstone’s “If You Love Me.” Two years and several high-profile remixes later, they’ve come out as dream-team Benny Blanco and Two Inch Punch, who have produced for the likes of Nicki Minaj and Continue…

  8. Single Serving: Salt Cathedral – Holy Soul

    It’s foggy and a little cold in San Francisco today, so this new Salt Cathedral song “Holy Soul” is just what I needed. It’s lush, gorgeously textured, and brightly colored. It’s built around a twitching, understated rhythm and swooning synths to accompany Juli Ronderos as she sings in a characteristically weightless croon, “I am a holy soul Continue…

  9. Single Serving: Tei Shi – No Angel (Beyonce Cover)

    Bey and Jay are rolling through San Francisco this week, so it seems appropriate that we’re able to share this excellent cover of Beyonce’s “No Angel” by Tei Shi (Valerie Teicher). Unsurprisingly, Tei Shi doesn’t try to beat Bey at her own game and instead takes the track in her own direction. It’s far less produced, Continue…

  10. Single Serving: Black Honey – Teenager (Demo)

    Although they’ve only released two demos to date, UK’s Black Honey are quickly proving to be one of the most exciting up-and-coming artists we’ve heard in a hot while. “Honey” is their second release and it’s pretty spectacular. It’s lit with glistening guitar riffs, sweltering surf rock licks, tight crashing percussion, and a swaying ambiance to accompany sultry female vocals. They’ve partnered Continue…

  11. Single Serving: Basecamp – Shudder

    Following their incredible self-titled debut EP last year and an excellent cover of Ace Of Base’s “All That She Wants” (which was featured on their Pairings Box released debut single) Nashville’s BASECAMP return with another new attractive piece of work. Shaped around the seductive vocal of Aaron Miller, “Shudder” showcases another string to the weighty Continue…

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