Category: Singles

Babewatch – “Atlas Shroomed”

Babewatch – “Atlas Shroomed”

“Atlas Shroomed” is a 70s-inspired, indie rock track from Santa Cruz, California’s Babewatch. We can only assume what the name means because these four guys, well, wouldn’t constitute what we consider to be “babes”, but then again who cares when you’re making such great indie rock. You can purchase the track on Bandcamp. Babewatch have recently signed with Paisley Shirt Records. […]

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Chick Quest – “Girl on Fire”

Chick Quest – “Girl on Fire”

“Girl on Fire” is from Vienna, Austria-based band Chick Quest. The catchy, zany single could be something that the Violent Femmes could have tackled if they were writing music for a spaghetti western. The single is from their forthcoming, new album, Vs. Galore, which will be out April 20. Hear this single and other indie tracks on our Weekend Showcase […]

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Michael Armstrong – “Colors”

Michael Armstrong – “Colors”

“Colors” is the lead single and title track from Michael Armstrong‘s debut album. The folk-rock track has hints of Sufjan Stevens. Armstrong is based out of San Diego, but has been performing for several years. He’s attempting to crack into the broader North American indie scene with Colors. The single is on our Weekend Showcase for February 27, a playlist […]

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Why We Run – “Comfortable Lie”

“Comfortable Lie” is from Sydney, Australia’s dream-pop quartet Why We Run. Be prepared to be swept away as you hear this track whether you are watching the video or just listening to the track. “Comfortable Lie” is on our Weekend Showcase for February 27, a playlist of new music from new bands you should get to know.

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Meeka Kates – “The Waves”

Meeka Kates – “The Waves”

“The Waves” is the stunning new single from singer-songwriter-producer Meeka Kates. While his previous tracks had either more of an electronic or electro-funk feel, This track has a lush, ethereal feel in the mold of Bon Iver and S. Carey. You can find “The Waves” and other new singles on our Weekend Showcase for February 27, a playlist of new […]

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Polar Bear & King – “Rosehip”

Polar Bear & King – “Rosehip”

“Rosehip” by Sweden’s Polar Bear & King is a dream-folk song that is quite mesmerizing. The single was released by Swedish digital label, 100 Songs, which only releases singles and many of them as brilliant as this tune. On this single, the Swedish duo mix the folk-pop of First Aid Kit with the lush, dream-pop that is coming out of […]

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Hello Heart – “Heart of Winter”

Hello Heart – “Heart of Winter”

“Heart of Winter” is the new single from Hello Heart, a young quartet from Owatonna, Minnesota who make dreamy indie-folk. The foursome have a great story. Formed originally by Gabe Hart and Nicholas Zimmerman in 2012 and then joined by Christian Walz and Christian Nelson, Zimmerman and his family moved to Africa, thus putting the project temporarily on hold. Zimmerman […]

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The Jerry Gross Organization – “See the Man (Part II)” and “I like the second feature better”

The Jerry Gross Organization – “See the Man (Part II)” and “I like the second feature better”

These three scallywags from Ottawa are making some big noise and getting some serious buzz from their first couple of singles (both from a forthcoming debut album, due Spring 2015). Collectively known as The Jerry Gross Organization (a not-so-subtle nod to the filmmaker Jerry Gross), these guys are film nerds and music nerds, which is a great combo. This is […]

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Maybe The Moon – ‘Hammer Sees Nails’

Maybe The Moon – ‘Hammer Sees Nails’

Bay Area, California duo Maybe The Moon are planning to release a bunch of singles in 2015. Their latest is “Hammer Sees Nails”, a fantastic track featuring the gorgeous voice of Karen Kimball and inventive musicianship of Kimball and Alex Lasner. “Hammer Sees Nails” has an ethereal feel to it thanks to its synth and driving bass line. Check it […]

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Belle Mare return with the brilliant new single, “Cicada”

Belle Mare return with the brilliant new single, “Cicada”

The great city of New York is a place where anything can happen, where chance turns to opportunity and a glance could turn into something platonic or even intimate. In the winter of 2012, Amelia Bushell and Thomas Servidone each decided to go to an open-mic event in Brooklyn, sharing their songs with like-minded others and looking for advice or […]

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hd hausmann – “i am here and i am cold in the water”

hd hausmann – “i am here and i am cold in the water”

We have another track on our hands from UK mystery artist hd hausmann. We shared an island without a few months ago, and a new single has popped up on SoundCloud. The new track, “i am here and i am cold in the water” has a brooding Pink Floyd-esque feel if you were to strip down Pink Floyd on a […]

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Bentcousin – “Time Will Tell”

Bentcousin – “Time Will Tell”

“Time Will Tell” is the new single from Bentcousin. The young duo from Brighton and London, UK, have been releasing single after single the past few months, including collaborating with French producer Guiville. On this track, they take an acoustic approach that recalls the music of the late ’60s and early ’70s. We’ve also included “The Last One”, which they […]

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Weekend Showcase: February 20th Playlist

Weekend Showcase: February 20th Playlist

Our weekly playlist of some awesome new music from the not so-distant-past. The playlist is at the bottom, but if there’s a track that you want to repeatedly hear, click on the song title. If you like what you hear from an artist, click on their name. “Kissing Booth”, the top-tapping, knee-slapping, rocker from Austin, Texas native, LA-based Vanderocker. The […]

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Vanderocker – “Kissing Booth”

Vanderocker – “Kissing Booth”

“Kissing Booth”, the top-tapping, knee-slapping, rocker from Austin, Texas native, LA-based Vanderocker. The single is the first from our forthcoming new album, which is expected this summer, and we can’t wait to hear what she has in store. You can also see the awesome video below. This track is on our Weekend Showcase for February 20th, a playlist of new […]

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Love L.U.V. – “Come See Me”

Love L.U.V. – “Come See Me”

“Come See Me” is a smile-inducing, infectious garage-surf-pop single from Love L.U.V. The song is from their debut EP of the same name, and it is filled with music that will have you shaking your booty. The single is part of our Weekend Showcase for February 20th, a playlist of new music from the not-so-distant past. As for the rest of the […]

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Lucern Raze – “Stockholm Syndrome”

Lucern Raze – “Stockholm Syndrome”

“Stockholm Syndrome” from Stockholm indie rocker Lucern Raze is a catchy, fun, garage-pop track. Imagine a wackier King Tuff (hard to believe that’s possible). This single is from his Stockholm 1 album that was released earlier this year on PNKSLM and Burger Records. The single is part of our Weekend Showcase for February 20th, a playlist of new music from the not-so-distant past […]

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Alabama Shakes – “Don’t Wanna Fight”

Alabama Shakes – “Don’t Wanna Fight”

“Don’t Wanna Fight” is the new song from Alabama Shakes, who are set to launch their highly anticipated, sophomore album, Sound & Color, on April 21. The lead single reveals a new direction – a grittier rock sound that echoes of The Rolling Stones and My Morning Jacket. We can’t hear what else they have in store! The single is […]

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Lion Bark – “Amongst The Many”

Lion Bark – “Amongst The Many”

“Amongst the Many” by Lion Bark is a new track from the Brighton based UK band who has taken a long hiatus to write and record new material. The newest track is lovely pop-rock that will have you moving about and wanting to hear more. A new EP is in the works so keep an eye out for these lads. […]

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Inner Outlaws – “Just Like Moonlight”

Inner Outlaws – “Just Like Moonlight”

“Just Like Moonlight” is from Brooklyn indie band, Inner Outlaws. The song is the first in a series of monthly singles that will be written, recorded and released over the course of 2015.  The single is a great psych rock track that could be reminiscent of Pink Floyd if Stevie Nicks would have been an active member. The single is part […]

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Sammy Brue – “I Don’t Want to Leave”

Sammy Brue – “I Don’t Want to Leave”

“I Don’t Want You to Leave” is the new single from 31-year old Sammy Brue (o.k., he’s only 13). Showing once again why he’s a singer-songwriter to watch in the mold of Justin Townes Earl and Whiskeytown-era Ryan Adams, Brue leaves an emotional mark on this track that is simultaneously sad and jubilant. We’ve enjoyed watching this young man grow […]

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