Strawberry Blonde – “Stay”

Strawberry Blonde – “Stay”

Strawberry Blonde stray from their usual indie-emo path (but not TOO far) on latest single, “Stay.” The quintet explores unique synth textures overtop of their emotionally-laden music which is reminiscent of contemporaries like Foxing or American Football...
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Kelp – “WannabeNobody”

Kelp – “WannabeNobody”

“WannabeNobody” is a new direction for Irish act Kelp, who has refined their usual “cutting-edge Vaporwave elevator-jingles” into something poppy and catchy. “Nobody” is full of quirky bleeps and bloops, indicative of Vaporwave, but...
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Howdy, Cherry – “Youth”

Howdy, Cherry – “Youth”

Howdy, Cherry (aka Brooklyn native Caroline Lazar) has been buzzing – she’s about ready to take over the internet with her debut EP, Youth. We’ve been hooked on the title track – a forlorn, guitar-based slice of bedroom-pop-meets-indie-folk...
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Pastel Blank – “Fences”

Pastel Blank – “Fences”

Somewhere between the slacker rock of Pavement, the tightly-wound compositions of Talking Heads, and the angular freak-outs of Parquet Courts lies Pastel Blank’s new single, “Fences.” The band fills the song with buzzing guitar riffs, choppy rhythms,...
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Layzi – “Shop Around”

Layzi – “Shop Around”

Layzi¬†caught our ears with the heavenly slacker vibes on her latest offering, “Shop Around.” Relationship anxiety is no joke, especially when you’re worried about a partner looking around for a potential extracurricular romp in the hay. Layzi...
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Caregiver – “Reason”

Caregiver – “Reason”

Sacramento’s Caregiver (aka Lindsey Bitson) vents about the tough stuff – heartache, substance abuse, and self-discovery – on her latest offering, “Reason.” Her one-of-a-kind vocal delivery coupled with the urgent but...
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JOYLESS – “Cool?”

JOYLESS – “Cool?”

Norway’s JOYLESS are here to punch you in the face (figuratively) with the onslaught of their new single, “Cool?” The band critique social media-based perfection on the song – they skewer the double life that lots of people live with a...
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Loveseat Pete – “Sawyer”

Loveseat Pete – “Sawyer”

Loveseat Pete are on a bit of a winning streak – they’ve been getting airplay next to artists like Mitski and Hippocampus… And with one listen to “Sawyer,” their latest single, it’s not hard to see why. The band’s smart hooks...
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Girl Time – “Yours”

Girl Time – “Yours”

Brother/sister duo Girl Time capture the DIY spirit of the 90s on their latest offering, “Yours.” Initially conceived on an acoustic guitar, the brother-half of the duo added the meandering, vintage-tuned electronics that really brought the song’s...
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Tunnel – “Lemonhead”

Tunnel – “Lemonhead”

Tunnel doesn’t give a shit, and they want you to know. No, not like, anarchy, doesn’t give a shit – more like, they do what they want, unapologetically. That mindset is clearly evident in their latest offering, “Lemonhead” – full of...
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Kleo – “Miss You”

Kleo – “Miss You”

Kleo is bound to capture your heart with the upbeat indie-pop of her latest offering, “Miss You.” Sure, the song is ultimately about haunting memories that replay like a film in your mind, but ultimately, “Miss You” is one of those songs that...
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Nadia Kamrath – “Feel This Once”

Nadia Kamrath – “Feel This Once”

Soft indie-popper Nadia Kamrath captured our typically black hearts with the lighthearted sparkly vibes on her latest single, “Feel This Once.” Bringing to mind fellow janglers like Snail Mail, Beabadoobee, and Clairo, Nadia combines her breathy vocals...
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