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By Gabriela Garcia · 30 September 2014
HUGH somehow blend the inventiveness of Blood Orange and the distinction of The xx.
By Gabriela Garcia · 24 September 2014
Fishing are an electronic duo from Sydney, who lace hip hop, pop and noticeable elements of R&B into their debut LP.
By Tim Cooper · 23 September 2014
Mirel Wagner has similarities to the early era of blues musicians, bringing her sensational signature brand of Doom Folk.
By Elise Cobain · 18 September 2014
Bloody Knees bring a vigorous brand of punk, surfer and garage music meets lols and laughs.
By Elise Cobain · 16 September 2014
The Patriots bring a spread of styles from grunge to math to surfer indie, reigniting the spark of the 00's alteranative rock scene.
By Safiya Hopfe · 11 September 2014
Sea Oleena is an understated artist that offers acoustically-governed shoegazer music that is clear cut from the rest of the field.
By Reinaldo DeJesus · 09 September 2014
Astronauts Really Fly are a rap collective from Philly who offer much more than just freestyle rapping over popular instrumentals.
By Kaelin Bougneit · 04 September 2014
Hot Without Glasses' effortless math-pop demonstrates what happens when true virtuosity meets raw emotion.
By Elise Cobain · 02 September 2014
Maggie Gabbard brings her own unique brand of future RnB, with a vocal style not unlike the haunting SZA.
By Elise Cobain · 28 August 2014
Sunset Sons are an outstanding new artist, who have successfully combined their love of surf and music with fantastic results.
By Elise Cobain · 26 August 2014
Meatbodies is what happened when a young sax player decided he wanted to grow up and be a punk like Dee Dee Ramone.
By Kimberley Ballard · 19 August 2014
Shanghai Beach are a rising Brooklyn band crafting dark wave anthems for pop lovers and a captivating mix for listeners looking for something a little different.
By Elise Cobain · 14 August 2014
A Vessel, A Victory bring together elements of American alt. rock, punk and an impressive vocal range that even in demo form outshine their peers.
By Elise Cobain · 12 August 2014
My Heart The Brave produces catchy synth pop with lyrics that conjure up powerful imagery and hooks that will get you humming along.
By Shannon Thomas · 07 August 2014
Names offer sprawling tracks of blips, sound bits, speech samples and hand claps, topped off with dreamlike vocals.
By Bethany Christy · 05 August 2014
Hollow & Akimbo bring a peculiar brand of indie rock that is intricate without being overly technical, infectious or obnoxious.