Glass Spells – “Shattered”

Glass Spells – “Shattered”

Synth-soaked trio Glass Spells specialize in retro-flavored compositions that bring to mind 80s post-punk mixed with modern day synthpop flavor. Today, we’re highlighting one of our latest favorite finds, “Shattered;” beyond the obviously earworm...
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Welcome Center – “Burn”

Welcome Center – “Burn”

Jesse Smith and Aaron Sternick are the multi-state electropop duo who make up Welcome Center – the Dallas/Philly duo have been cranking out lovely, synth-laden tunes since their inception in 2017. They caught our ears with the ultimate-chill-out vibes of their...
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Baby in the 90s – “Chipmunk”

Baby in the 90s – “Chipmunk”

New Orleans-based quartet Baby in the 90s caught our ears with the gentle, but soaring indie rock of “Chipmunk.” Pairing passionate vocals with twinkly guitars that explode into walls of sound, Baby in the 90s would fit comfortably on a shelf next to other...
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Gary – “Sorry To Bother You”

Gary – “Sorry To Bother You”

Gary is a cool collab between two longtime friends – Jayson Gerycz (of Cloud Nothings) and the titular Gary Spolarich. If their pedigree wasn’t reason enough to check this out, we think the blistering indie punk energy of “Sorry To Bother You”...
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Bory – “Sidelined”

Bory – “Sidelined”

Here’s a super chill one from Portland-based bedroom popper, Bory (aka songwriter Brenden Ramirez) – “Sidelined” is one of those songs that just immediately puts you in a good headspace. When you make it to the warm, melody-soaked chorus with...
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Sky is Alright – “Catacombs”

Sky is Alright – “Catacombs”

Fuzzed-out, transatlantic duo Sky Is Alright is here to blow your face off with a wall of shoegaze noise – we recommend starting with their latest offering, “Catacombs.” By pairing Smashing Pumpkins fuzz-levels with a haunting, whispery vocal...
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Leyya – “Lately”

Leyya – “Lately”

Digging this one all the way from Austria – Leyya is a collaborative project between musicians Sophie Lindinger and Marco Kleebauer, and together, they’ve crafted this deeply groovy mix of indie, nu-disco, and electronica. This one feels like it was made...
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I Feel Fine – “Selfsame”

I Feel Fine – “Selfsame”

Brighton, UK’s I Feel Fine hit that sweet spot between emo, indie rock, and math rock, perfectly evident on their latest offering, “Selfsame.” Bringing to mind other genre luminaries like The Hotelier, American Football, and Buffalo’s own Del...
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L.A. EXES – “Skinny Dipping”

L.A. EXES – “Skinny Dipping”

L.A. EXES are essentially a supergroup (dig a little deeper and you’ll uncover an excellent pedigree), so it’s not too surprising we’ve been digging their latest offering, “Skinny Dipping.” With plenty of retro rock vibes, effervescent...
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Doug Tuttle – “Weak Ends”

Doug Tuttle – “Weak Ends”

There’s something lovely about “Weak Ends,” the new song from Doug Tuttle. With hints of Wilco, Tom Petty, The War on Drugs, and his own brand of dreampop flavor, “Weak Ends” comes out swinging with an immediately catchy and wholesome...
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Bye Beneco – “Red Dress”

Bye Beneco – “Red Dress”

The last time we checked in with South Africa’s Bye Beneco, we were really feeling their single, “It’s Not True Love” (and its hot-n-bothered music video treatment). They’re back with another synthy dream-pop tune in the form of...
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CBKtrxx – “Slowly”

CBKtrxx – “Slowly”

Sweden’s CBKtrxx knows how to write a lo-fi pop tune, as evidenced by their latest single, “Slowly.” Airy synths, plodding bass rhythm, and heavenly vocals give this one it’s personality, not to mention a tasteful retro flavor that sounds as...
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