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Our Fathers – “Meet You at the Pool Hall”

Thu, 19 Apr 2018 02:16:27 +0000

Chicago act Our Fathers seem poised to release one of the year’s most impressive releases with their upcoming Good is Good, if the excellent “Meet You at the Pool Hall” is any indication. Rainy-day keys and vocals head the intro, with Madeline Julia Smith’s entrancing croon ascending from light and airy in the verses to […]

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Skin Mag – “Tonight Show”

Thu, 19 Apr 2018 02:16:06 +0000

Long Beach five-piece Skin Mag capture a dreamy essence on new track “Tonight Show”, a resounding success with hypnotic, layered guitar work and a psych-friendly vocal presence. The captivating aesthetic combines with haunting lyrics that depict “a dichotomy of social isolation and the need to feel normal,” illustrating “the inexplicable phenomenon of nighttime paranoia surrounding […]

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Premiere: FM / PM – “Games”

Thu, 19 Apr 2018 02:14:45 +0000

Premiering with us today is the excellent new track “Games”, a slice of synth-pop magic from Austin, TX duo FM / PM. Michael Perkins’ melodic vocals combine with Silas Acosta’s instrumental work for a striking soundscape, Perkins’ vocals assuming a jerkier, infectious tinge of funk during the central hook (akin to Hot Chip) as Acosta’s […]

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The River South – “Go My Way”

Thu, 19 Apr 2018 02:13:16 +0000

Recorded in Austin, Texas, The River South’s new album Follow the Light shows a collection of songs with a captivating, timeless feel — blending aspects of rock, folk, and pop with talented musicianship and a knack for hooks. After a decade-long run in Los Angeles as a sideman with bands like Revolver (Elektra, EMI), Cheyenne […]

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Mountain Cloth – “Get Paid to the Sea”

Thu, 19 Apr 2018 02:11:52 +0000

Haircutter by Mountain Cloth Norwegian alt-rock group Mountain Cloth impress throughout new album Haircutter, released on April 6th. The release’s sound pays homage to alternative sounds of the ’90s and ’00s, with Modest Mouse, The Wrens, and Slint as decent points of comparison. In general though, the band unleashes an energy all their own, evident […]

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Joel Stanton – “Rumble & Take”

Thu, 19 Apr 2018 02:10:38 +0000

The lingering synth tones and up-front vocal presence on Joel Stanton’s new track “Rumble & Take” reminds me of a gentler Future Islands, especially as the moody hook hits around the one-minute mark. The Seattle-based artist also resembles The Pet Shop Boys in his effortless feel, especially as he croons “I get dizzy,” over gently […]

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Gabe Fleck – “I Want to Be With Myself”

Thu, 19 Apr 2018 02:09:37 +0000

“I Want to Be With Myself” is another successful new track from Gabe Fleck, featured earlier this month with the infectious “Colder Shoulders“. The Portland, OR-based singer/songwriter again struts suave vocals, though here assuming the lead over a more understated melodic backing, propelled by stutter-y dance vocal samples just after 01:30. “Colder Shoulders” has a nocturnal […]

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J Bengoy – “Hands”

Thu, 19 Apr 2018 02:08:35 +0000

The opener on J Bengoy’s just-released debut LP Dogwood Winter, “Hands” is another testament to the band’s knack for captivating melodic evolution in their songwriting — evidenced in the past year by “So Good (I Could Die)” and then “Reprise (Marthasville)”. “Hands” begins on a more dramatic note — a touch of piano and retrospective […]

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