1. Single Serving: The Velvet Teen – The Giving In

    Since the early aughts, California genre-benders The Velvet Teen have been crafting beautifully singular sounds – albeit, infrequently. Since 2002 the band have released three full-length albums and a handful of EP’s. It should also be noted that their 2004 LP Elysium remains the most important record in my life. Needless to say, when you love a band Continue…

    Take a listen to the first single "The Giving In" from The Velvet Teen's first album in over nine years.

  2. Single Serving: Billie Black – Teach Me

    From what we’ve heard so far, this new EP from London’s Billie Black is sounding ace. “Teach Me” is the second single from the new release (following the very danceable “Going Under”) and it’s brightly melodic ballad of shimmering, laser-hot synths sweetly crooned vocals. You can take a listen below.

  3. Single Serving: Seapony – Saw The Light

    Wistful, hazy and warm, this latest single from Seattle’s Seapony is the perfect piece of dreamy shoegaze to lighten a dreary day. It’s completely enveloping and fully satisfying. It’s pulled from their self-released new album titled A Vision which is currently available for pre-order from Seapony’s Bandcamp.

  4. Single Serving: Cuushe – Daze (Palmistry Remix)

    London’s Palmistry recently turned in this remix of Cuushe‘s “Daze” and it is super slick. Total night vibes. Take a listen and see for yourself. The original version of “Daze” appears on her Night Lines EP which you can score from Cascine.

  5. Single Serving: Jamie XX – I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times)

    We spent this past holiday weekend cruising around LA blasting this new single from Jamie XX on the stereo. And, if we’re being honest with one another, I think we can all agree we probably won’t hear many songs better suited to the balmy dog days of Summer than this one. Indeed, “I Know There’s Continue…

  6. Single Serving: DEATHS – Saviour

    Our friends in Berlin-based DEATHS have returned with the clattering and percussive new single “Saviour.” As with their previous singles, it is smoldering, brooding, and beautifully unconventional. We think it’s also another success for the quickly rising collective. It’s coming at you courtesy of the excellent folks at Love By Mistake.

  7. Single Serving: Espa – Pray For Me

    London’s Espa moves in a unique direction on “Pray For Me” crafting a sound that trends more toward something in the vein of UK garage but with a jazzy-touch and seductive vocals. It’s the first single (produced by Hoskins) taken from her forthcoming EP called LG60 out on 29th June via The Others. Speaking about Continue…

  8. Single Serving: Gallant – Learn To Fly (Foo Fighters Cover)

    LA’s Gallant has been one of our favorite new artists for awhile now (as you may recall, we tagged him as one of the 15 best new artists you need to watch early last year). Well, he’s recently returned with a a pair of new singles and (earlier today) a sparse cover of Foo Fighters’ Continue…

  9. Single Serving: Moses Sumney – Seeds

    If you were lucky enough to catch Sufjan Stevens on tour this past month then you already know about the power of his opening act, Moses Sumney. Sumney’s gentle folk musing are brought to life by the unique tone of his vocals while the atmospherics at play in “Seeds” make for a chilling new single.

  10. Single Serving: Nottee – Do You Love Me

    This new single from Sweden’s Nottee (aka Rebekka “Nonno” Drougge) has been stuck on repeat for us over this long weekend. It’s built around a bubbling, percussive rhythm and thinly threaded synth accents. Clean and infectious, it’s particularly obsess-worthy.

  11. Single Serving: Oddisee – That’s Love

    This bright and upbeat single from Maryland-based Oddisee has been out for a few months now, but with the weather getting warmer and Summer only a few weeks away it’s a perfect time to revisit it. It’s a cool blast of squealing organs, jazzy percussion, and smoothly festive grooves that accompany Oddisee as he reminds Continue…

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