Single Servings

  1. Single Serving: Laura Doggett – Phoenix

    With “Phoenix,” the newest mistress of dark pop has emerged. For Laura Doggett’s debut song, the title is fitting—the British artist rose out of obscurity and (if we have anything to say about it) is on the fast track to join the ranks of electro croon-queens Banks and MØ. The track’s seamless, eerie production comes Continue…

    Laura Doggett's debut track sets her along the fast track to join the ranks of electro croon queens such as BANKS and MØ.

  2. Single Servings: The Night VI – Wonderlust (IYES Remix)

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    The Night VI‘s latest offering “Wonderlust” is an upbeat and bouncing tune with an irresistible melody. We were pretty much hooked on first listen. So we’re happy to see that our buds IYES liked it enough to try their hand at reinventing the tune. Indeed, as they’d done with their remix of Paperwhite‘s catchy summer jam “Magic” – IYES completely Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Júníus Meyvant – “Color Decay”

    Unlike its title suggests, “Color Decay”—the debut single from Iceland’s Júníus Meyvant—is timeless. The track not only hits on the wonder of Van Morrison and Belle and Sebastian with its playful percussion and upbeat acoustic rhythms, but it also calls out to current characters like Edward Sharpe and The Lumineers with its heart-tugging, broad sweeping Continue…

  4. Single Serving: Blake Mills – Don’t Tell Our Friends About Me

    Human beings make mistakes. That’s essentially the statement Blake Mills is making with the incredibly self-aware “Don’t Tell Our Friends About Me.” This is a beautifully written, impeccably produced and most of all, honest, folk record. And it certainly doesn’t suffer from having longtime collaborator Fiona Apple and musical mastermind Jon Brion helping out with Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Phantogram – Black Out Days (Future Islands Remix)

    Here’s a remix worth a few minutes of your time (or maybe even a few hours). Future Islands take Phantogram’s “Black Out Days” and give the tune a whole new profile with darkly-lit synths and a slinking bass line. The result is both soaring and mysterious. Take a listen. Phantogram is heading out on tour in support of their sophomore Continue…

  6. Single Serving: Osca – Blood

    London-based four-piece Osca return with a new and complete version of their infectious debut “Blood” produced by Mikko Gordon (Femme, Atoms For Peace). “It’s about feeling in limbo and holding-on in hope of reassurance” explains frontman Jack Kenworthy who wrote the track back in the Autumn of 2013. The track is scheduled to appear on a Continue…

  7. Single Serving: Spoon – Inside Out

    We got a new Spoon jam for you this morning, but (fair warning) this isn’t the type of tune you’d normally expect from the band. It’s got a dreamy crystal palace-like vibe that glistens brightly with sparkling, feather-light harpsichord accents. In fact, the whole song would probably float away to the heavens if it wasn’t being held to the ground by a Continue…

  8. Single Servings: BANKS – Beggin For Thread

    Los Angeles’ goddess BANKS has treated us to a substantial portion of her debut LP already as she slowly teases out single after single. And, now, we get yet another bite by way of new single “Beggin For Thread.” It’s a shuffling, atmospheric jam that nicely balances both energy and ambiance. You can hear more of Banks’ Continue…

  9. Single Serving: Club Kuru – Seesaw

    Here’s yet another delicious serving from London-based songwriter/producer Laurie Erskine aka Club Kuru. “Seesaw” is his second-ever proper single (last year’s demos “Loot” and “Long Drive” have been removed from his page) and the follow-up to his stunning official debut song “All The Days.” This new gem features smooth vocals dipped in indie-pop production. We’re really looking Continue…

  10. Single Serving: Lia Ices – Higher

    Lia Ices latest single “Higher” is a strangely enigmatic summer trip. It’s filled with scorched guitar riffs, layered percussion, springy tropical keys, and a menagerie of textured sonic accents to accompany Lia’s sweetly crooned vocals. It’s playful, catchy and a little sexy. So, yeah, we’re blasting this one on repeat. It’s available for pre-order here. It’ll drop on September Continue…

  11. Single Serving: Wet – Move Me

    The debut of Wet’s self-titled EP last October brought the Brooklyn-based trio quick fame, including a 5-set streak touring with CHVURCHES and accolades across the board. Now, they’re replenishing their streak with the release of a new song, “Move Me,” which showcases their unique brand of pop-tinted electronic R&B. Pleasantly haunting and sexy to the Continue…

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