In Diving, Buddie gives us the dose of positivity we can all benefit from right now, with a familiar yet gripping musical backdrop that “statement” music deserves.
Brothertiger mixes chillwave and electronic-pop for a texturized, dreamy brew in his newest album. Paradise Lost represents the reality of how one’s expectations for “paradise” can change over time, and how what seems “lost” can actually symbolize growth.
Funeral Lakes from Toronto use their musical voice in the Golden Season EP to share the importance of climate change and taking it seriously.
Surfy psychedelic-garage band Dead Ghosts have returned with their new album Automatic Changer, which is out now on Burger Records. Following 2015’s Love and Death and All the Rest, the […]
Yolkdrop are a mildly eccentric, full-of-surprises indie rock group based out of Bloomington, IL. The band is comprised of members Kevin Latz (lead vocals, guitar), Grant Mitchell (bass, keys, programming, […]
Ride Every Day is out now on Pittsburgh-based label Crafted Sounds. The tape is Merce Lemon’s combined reissue of her first two recordings Girls Who Jump In EP (2018) and […]
Last summer, Ian Ferguson brought us a one-of-a-kind blend of Southern twang-infused psych-rock with his 2019 debut album, State of Gold. The Nashville-based artist has now released his brand new […]
Those top album lists are all looking pretty alike right now. Don’t get me wrong, there were some great releases this year that definitely deserve the well-earned attention; DIIV’s surprisingly […]
In his new album Sevenths, New Jersey-based musician and digital artist Andrew Agulto of NovaBound takes you on a chilly bike ride through a changing autumnal suburban city-scape.
Golden Cinema’s latest EP, Peachy Keen, lays out three feel-good tracks that encapsulate a familiar country-esque twangy-ness with a power-pop influence. The band’s knack for catchy laid-back hooks rests in […]