Cigarettes - Patchwork
if i were a painter..
Father Sculptor - Aristide
This brand new jam below builds on a very similar ‘basement’ atmosphere as “Frances”, and even though I cannot claim to have spent much of my youth in the 90′s, “Aristide” somehow brings back the melancholy of these years back to life; begging to be experienced live.
Halls - White Chalk
A tender piano driven track, his unwavering and ringing as pure as ever, building on itself until a choir takes over. The song is minimal, and yet transcendent.
PLOY - Anywhere
I realize this sound is abundant these days, but these two really stroke and mold this.
Bearhug - Angeline
It’s refreshing to hear earnest, heartfelt indie rock done so well, and this track is the perfect storm of the band’s best qualities.
Alpine - Seeing Red
You’re not going to want to miss this, from cover to cover. I had a hard time picking just one song to post…
French Kissing - Love Is For
psychedelic surf pop from London, United Kingdom
YUNO - Sunlight
His sound is bigger than ever, with massive choruses, and melodies that will never leave you.
Barny Carter - Castel
This is offset by the fractured beats and bubbling foreground. A really clever arrangement, mixing dance and hip hop.
Highasakite - Indian Summer
…a luscious and quirky pop jam that will make your heart skip a beat.
Gold - Losing Your Hair
These fellow Canadians, a 4-piece outfit, seem to effortlessly craft some of the catchiest reverb-drenched ‘jangly’ guitar-pop melodies to date…
Solice - Dirty Knees
Just in case your midday midweek was going into neutral…NYC’s Solice kicks the some slide and shuffle. Future bass, trap, good vibes.
Future Dollars - Summer Weight
This jam is just so smooth, it’ll keep you sane.
ABADABAD - All The Bros Say
catchy beach pop from Allston, Massachusetts
Mac Demarco – My Kind Of Woman
Every time I get jaded and sob endlessly because I get caught up in the notion that modern rock and roll is hackneyed played out genre that will never inspire me again…a song like Mac Demarco‘s “My Kind Of Woman” rights the ship. I can smile again. Rock and roll forever.
Seatraffic - Put Away (Yalls Remix)
It’s smooth and synthy as ever, with a perfectly unique tilt as we have come to love from Yalls.
IG88 - Trail Of Bread Crumbs
Where Clarke excels is represented in this track, highlighting a dreamy atmosphere with an undercurrent of melancholy and hopelessness.
ModeeL - Fading [an idea]
“This song is a mixture of everything swirling around in my head at the moment. I love the idea of the environment/moment being captured in some sense and placed in a recording. I’ll be floating around northern California for a while, so get in touch if you’re around. Don’t forget to move, collaborate, and become a part of a community.~”
Slow Magic & Beat Culture - Once
Both producers create a type of experimental pop that gracefully washes their listeners onto a dreamwave sanctuary.