Listen to Dave Moisan’s smooth, funky pop track “Animal”
Blood Orange release video for “Augustine” from his latest album ‘Freetown Sound’
Listen to Rosie Carney’s soothingly ambient “Better Man”
Danny L Harle teams up with Carly Rae Jepsen for “Supernatural”
Check out the dramatic new video for Mitski’s “Happy”
Wolkoff and The Hood Internet reunite for their new single “Me & Mine”
Lone films a life of crime for rave-inspired “Backtail Was Heavy”
A neon-lit downtown becomes a playground for Japanese Breakfast’s “In Heaven” video
Premiere: Yucky Duster – “Friend Zone”
Mj Guider's Precious Systems is inspired and influenced by New Orleans, and offers a decisively different view of the city with dated electronics that sound misty, fragrant, and ominous.
On Dance Moves Mebourne's Cool Sounds mix together self-doubt and desire in a backdrop of smooth Balearic indie rock and glassy synth pop, all of which swims pleasantly through your head.
Under Our Beds
Under Our Beds, the debut album by Consilience, loses the spark of the band's original work, filling every space and polishing every surface.
Dave Moisan's Heavyweight EP has plenty of good ideas and fine grooves, but follows through with each one to a predictable end point.
2000 Trees 2016
A smaller UK festival where fans of Reading/Leeds through to Glastonbury can find joys in both the line-up and in the busy maze-like site with friends old and new alike.
House Of Savages (7/14)
House Of Savages is an alternative rock night in London. July brought 2 moshpits, a pair of touch-operated stobe lights and an orange shirt. All for free entry.
Chicago garage-boys Laverne spin self-pity into pure power-pop joy on eponymous debut cassette.
Ava Rocha releases a collection of tracks that perfectly reflect the diversity of emotions a person can feel when in love.
After two years, Brooklyn's Charly Bliss is back with their innovative blend of bubblegum infused grunge
Queen Moo use refined keys, impressive vocals and killer guitar solos to make a work of art.
Xenia Rubinos and her new 'dgaf' attititude is ready to have her funky, soulful-pop knock your socks off.
An electronica experimentalist turned future cult idol, Alex Cameron gives us his take on dark '80s inspired electro pop.