Single Servings

  1. Single Serving: Mr Twin Sister – In The House

    Funky and sparkling, Mr Twin Sister‘s “In the House” is a perfect track to kick off the weekend. It breaks open with a tentative rhythm and occasional ivory flourishes before the bouncing dance groove gets fully lit with neon-bright disco lights and a lively, pulsating beat. I could say more, but I’d rather let your feet do the talking. In other words, Continue…

    Funky and sparkling, Mr Twin Sister's "In the House" is a perfect track to kick off your weekend fun.



  2. Single Serving: Milosh – Right Never Comes

    Rhye frontman Mike Milosh (who performs simply under the name Milosh) just revealed a soft and pillowy new tune titled “Right Never Comes.” The steamy and seductive tune floats along a clicking rhythm and Milosh’s gorgeous croon. Rhye has announced that the tune will be debuted live on their upcoming tour (dates listed below). Rhye tour dates: 10-03 Continue…

  3. Single Serving: 18+ – Crow

    Los Angeles’ duo 18+ have managed to retain an impressive degree of anonymity since forming in 2011 (the duo’s real names remain a mystery). Of course, being anonymous isn’t the same as being completely unknown. Indeed, they’ve released a trio of critically acclaimed underground mixtapes and licensed tracks to Prada and Venice Biennale. So the pair, whoever they are, are doing something Continue…

  4. Single Serving: Angel Olsen – All Right Now

    We think Angel Olsen‘s Burn Your Fire For No Witness has proven to be one of the year’s best albums (maybe even the year’s best). So it’s entirely welcome news that it’ll get the (digital only) deluxe edition treatment on November 18th via Jagjaguwar. The deluxe edition of the album contains five bonus tracks including the newly released “All Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Is/Is – Before The Stars

    Is/Is is the project of Portland-by-way-of-Minneapolis duo Sarah Rose & Sarah Nienaber. Their latest collection Shadow Days is a collection of dusty, scorched earth psychedelic ballads that are as lovely as they are haunted. For example, standout “Before The Stars” is a sparse, wind-swept vibe constructed from languid acoustic guitar riffs, ghostly atmospherics, and Rose’s softly sung lyrics. It’s a little eerie and a Continue…

  6. Single Serving: Fiancé – Ivy

    I have some fond, hazy memories of the town Newark, Delaware, based upon my younger days visiting a friend who went to the University in town. In addition to having a D.P. Dough, Newark also happens to be the town from whence the band Fiancé hails. Based off the first two tracks from their forthcoming Continue…

  7. Single Serving: The Shoe – Paper Cup

    There’s a sweet, fragile, breathy innocence to this track. You probably won’t even realize it’s that one actress - that one from Stepmom and Donnie Darko and Into The Wild (a.k.a. Jena Malone). Her sweet observations parlay into thoughtful, sentimental lyrics. There’s the feeling that her sensitivities reflect a lovely layered intelligence, paired with that sweet melody. Continue…

  8. Single Serving: Spookyland – Rock and Roll Weakling

    Spooklyand hails from the land Down Under, and his music shows it. “Rock and Roll Weakling,” the 22 year-old Sydney native’s latest, is a song saturated in loss, best enjoyed with a tall glass of something dark in front of you. But it isn’t just Spookyland’s words that are potent. The way he delivers the Continue…

  9. Single Serving: Fickle Friends – For You

    Brighton’s Fickle Friends have been brightening playlists worldwide ever since they dropped their debut single “Swim” at the beginning of the year. Earlier today they unveiled their latest offering, the sleek and shiny indie pop gem “For You.” Filled with bouncing rhythms, a buoyant melody and lovely vocals, it’s sure to help the rising five-piece secure an even Continue…

  10. Single Serving: Brolin – Swim Deep

    Mysterious British artist Brolin returns with a new electronic alt-pop track called “Swim Deep.” The song, the follow-up to his seven pieces in a form of Flags Mixtape dropped 7 months ago, is produced by Raffertie and it’s the first taste to his upcoming debut album set for release next year. Take a listen below.

  11. Single Serving: Pale. – Comeback EP

    London’s Pale. have just announced the release of their debut EP Comeback which is available now as a free download. Like their prior singles, it’s a stark, smoke-filled collection of enigmatic indie r&b. Take a listen below.

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