Category: Singles

For Esmé – “Just Yet”

For Esmé – “Just Yet”

“Just Yet” is the hypnotic, synth-pop song from Toronto’s For Esmé. The song blends the infectious quality that drew people to Alvvays while mixing in the ethereal beauty of synth-pop artists like GEMS, Coves, and Lowell. With such a gorgeous single, we can’t wait to hear what’s next from the trio. For Esmé are  Martha Meredith, Dave Thiel, and Nathan Crook. “Just […]

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Memoryy – “Young Oblivion”

Memoryy – “Young Oblivion”

“Young Oblivion” is the terrific, new single from Shaun Hettinger, who goes by the moniker Memoryy. With a cool, calming beginning, the synth-pop track scintillates with each passing minute before erupting into a euphoric chorus. It’s a splendid track that will have you dreaming of warm summer nights. This single along with “Eternal Sunshine” are part of Hettinger’s re-release of […]

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Gengahr – “Haunter”

Gengahr – “Haunter”

“Haunter” from London-based quartet Gengahr is a smooth, dreamy track in the mode of Fleet Foxes…they will be at the SXSW festival next week and are gaining popularity and traction in a very short amount of time after their latest EP release She’s a Witch.  Also below is another dreamy track from the same titled EP release, “She’s a Witch”. “Haunter” can be […]

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Jacco Gardner – “Find Yourself”

Jacco Gardner – “Find Yourself”

“Find Yourself” is from indie rocker Jacco Gardner. The Dutch musician has a sound that resonates with the imagination of The Beatles and the sonic flourishes of Ty Segall, and these two influences collide on the terrific “Find Yourself”. “Find Yourself” is the lead single from Gardner’s forthcoming, new album, Hypnophobia, which comes out May 5 on awesome indie label […]

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HÆLOS – “Earth Not Above”

HÆLOS – “Earth Not Above”

“Earth Not Above” is the scintillating new single from London three-piece, HÆLOS. It’s completely hypnotic and has an interstellar feel that would fit perfectly in any trippy, science-fiction movie, such as Gravity, Oblivion, or Interstellar. The electro-pop track echoes of the mesmerizing sounds of early Phantogram and buzzy, dream synths of M83. “Earth Not Above” comes on the heels of “Dust”, a […]

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Peach Kelli Pop – “Plastic Love”

Peach Kelli Pop – “Plastic Love”

“Plastic Love” is the lead single from Peach Kelli Pop‘s forthcoming third album, the aptly titled III. It comes April 21 on Burger Records. The song sees the post-punk band head towards more of a psychedelic pop-rock sound. It also has a summery, surf-rock feel, similar to Best Coast and Beach Day. The combination yields an infectious song that you will […]

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FURS – “I Wanna Know”

FURS – “I Wanna Know”

“I Wanna Know” is the new single from one of our previous hidden gems, FURS. The quartet previously released some killer psychedelic and synth-pop tunes. On this latest track, the band heads more to an indie pop sound. However, the dreamy and infectious qualities of their previous songs remain. The addition of the cow bell is a nice touch and there’s […]

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Guiville ft. Teddy Garcia – “Take Me Higher”

Guiville ft. Teddy Garcia – “Take Me Higher”

“Take Me Higher” is another great single from producer and multi-instrumentalist Guiville, the young Frenchman who we have featured a couple of times. This time, he’s collaborating with blues/folk guitarist and songwriter Teddy Garcia, the London-via-France artist who has released a few tracks himself. On “Take Me Higher”, the two combined their talents to create an ethereal, indie-rock song. It […]

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Troubadour Parade – “Where All The Kids Belong”

Troubadour Parade – “Where All The Kids Belong”

“Where All the Kids Belong” is the title track of Los Angeles-based Troubadour Parade. The track is a dance-electro-pop tune that is extremely catchy and really grows on you with each spin. It’s a track made for warmer days. The EP, though, isn’t just all dance and pop songs. “Salvation Sing to Me”, for instance, borders between choral pop and indie […]

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New Desert Blues – “Swarm”

New Desert Blues – “Swarm”

“Swarm” is the new single from London-Hampshire band New Desert Blues. The quintet is known for making moody, dense, and sometimes dark but often cool indie-rock songs along the lines of Arctic Monkeys’ brilliant AM. “Swarm” is the first single from their forthcoming debut album, xNDBx. Last year, they raised a few eyebrows and tickled a few ears with their excellent EP, Devil’s […]

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Big Tooth – “Sunny Day”

Big Tooth – “Sunny Day”

“Sunny Day” is the fun-loving, summery single from London-based duo Big Tooth. The single is from their debut, self-titled EP, which is available now. George Crossland & Joe Weightman are creating some unique and versatile tracks. We will definitely be keeping an eye on these two lads. We are also sharing another favorite from the EP, “The Hate Blues”. “Sunny Day” can […]

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Tali Kouch – “The Moon Is My Witness”

Tali Kouch – “The Moon Is My Witness”

“The Moon Is My Witness” is from 19-year old, Toronto singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Tali Kouch. Combining jazz  R&B, and synth-pop, the single is a steamy, sultry number. Download this stellar track for free (click on the SoundCloud link below). Despite her youth, she writes songs of a woman well into her twenties, speaking about love lost, found, and never gained, […]

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The Liquid Scene – “The Mystery Machine”

The Liquid Scene – “The Mystery Machine”

“The Mystery Machine” is a trippy, psychedelic track from San Francisco indie-rock band The Liquid Scene. The song infuses Middle Eastern and sub-continental Asian songs to create a hazy, buzzy experience. The track could be the outcome of a George Harrison and Ravi Shankar collaboration (and maybe it is). The single is from their pretty cool debut album, Revolutions. “The […]

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Tellison – “Tact Is Dead”

Tellison – “Tact Is Dead”

“Tact is Dead” by Tellison is a straight-up rocker in the mode of Foo Fighters. With a sound made for arenas, the East London foursome should be rocking major venues in the future. They’ve released a number of singles in the past, including the post-punk number “Get On”. Tellison are Henry Danowski, Stephen H Davidson, Peter Phillips, and Andrew Tickell. “Tact Is Dead” can be […]

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Mexican Slang – “Fever”

Mexican Slang – “Fever”

“Fever” is from Toronto-based, indie psych-rock band Mexican Slang. It’s a buzzy, blazing single that fits right in with their discography, which consists of several EPs released over the past three years. The highlight is the post-punk, anthemic, mind-bending roller coaster called Inside the Velvet Castle. The EP commences with the aptly named “Blisters” before mellowing out to some trippy psych-rock, highlighted by “Halycon”. Hear the […]

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Allyson Ezell – “Pick It Up”

Allyson Ezell – “Pick It Up”

“Pick It Up” is the second single from Paris resident Allyson Ezell‘s forthcoming EP, The Ease of Remembering Sparks, which comes out March 23. With a voice similar to Adele and a knack for rhythms and atmosphere like Lorde, Ezell is likely going to be a star. She also released “Mine” and “Talk to Me” a few weeks ago, which […]

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Chasin Vegas – “Feel It”

Chasin Vegas – “Feel It”

“Feel It” is a catchy new single from Chasin Vegas. The Colchester, UK quartet are making alternative rock that echos back to the 90s, essentially the height of alt-rock. Chasin Vegas – who is comprised of Tony Clarke (vocals, guitar), Joshua Greenley (bass, guitar), Ryan Wadey (guitar, vocals), and Tim Norman (drums) – have released a few singles, including “Times […]

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By The Lights – “Say It With Love”

By The Lights – “Say It With Love”

“Say It With Love” is an ambient / synth-pop track from Ottawa-based, sibling duo By The Lights. The stirring single is from their debut EP, In Like Lions, which is expected later this year. They’ve worked with well-known Ottawa musician and producer Dean Watson in the past, such as 2013’s “All You Need is All You Know”, which you can also […]

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Max and the Moon – “Harps”

Max and the Moon – “Harps”

We shared the infectious indie pop track “Modern Love” last month from Los Angeles-based Max and the Moon, and they are back with a groovy, dreamy, synth-driven track, “Harps”. These two singles are part of their soon-to-be-released, self-titled EP, which is expected some time this spring. With two solid releases in “Modern Love” and “Harps”, the EP is sure to be one […]

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Pearl and the Beard – “Again Animal”

Pearl and the Beard – “Again Animal”

We’ve been patiently awaiting Beast, the upcoming record from Brooklyn trio Pearl and the Beard. This week, they’re sharing “Again Animal”, an example of exactly why we can’t wait to hear Beast. “Again Animal” is everything we love about this band. The three-part harmonies of Jocelyn Mackenzie, Jeremy Styles, and Emily Hope Price are simply stunning. The energy from the […]

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