Category: Singles

The Delta Riggs – “For Tonight (Live Forever)”

The Delta Riggs – “For Tonight (Live Forever)”

“For Tonight (Live Forever)” is the infectious, indie-rock track from Australian quartet, The Delta Riggs. The single is from their October 2014 album, Dipz Zebazios, which received a nomination as Best Album of the Year by Rolling Stone Australia as part of its 6th annual awards. They’ve also been nominated in the category as Best Live Act. Expect big things […]

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Sounds of the South, “Trials, Troubles, Tribulations”

Sounds of the South, “Trials, Troubles, Tribulations”

“Trials, Troubles, Tribulations” is the stunning, American bluegrass gospel song written by Estil C. Ball. On this live version, an indie super collaboration, Sounds of the South, covers the track. It includes Justin Vernon (Bon Iver, Volcano Choir), Sharon Van Etten, Megafaun, Matthew E. White, and Fight the Big Bull. The track is part of the forthcoming compilation, MusicNOW: 10 Years. The album […]

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Summer Heart, “Beat of Your Heart”

Summer Heart, “Beat of Your Heart”

“Beat of Your Heart” from Swedish indie, dream-pop singer, David Alexander, a.k.a. Summer Heart, is a delightful tune that will bring sonic sunshine to these cold February days. It’s part of our Weekend Showcase for February 13, which you can check out here.

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Chloë March – “Orpheus Head”

Chloë March – “Orpheus Head”

“Orpheus Head” by UK songstress Chloë March  is the newest single off her Nights Bright Days  album that has just been recently re-released under the Hidden Shoal label. This ethereal track completely draws you in with March’s smoky but smooth vocals. You can find this track on our Weekend Showcase for February 13, which is a weekly feature that highlights some awesome indie tracks […]

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Milk & Bone, “Pressure”

Milk & Bone, “Pressure”

“Pressure”, the stunning new single from Laurence Lafond-Beaulne and Camille Poliquin, who together form Milk & Bone. The Montreal will release their debut album, Little Mourning, on March 17 on Bonsound. The duo could very well be the next Grimes. The single is part of our Weekend Showcase, which you can find over here.

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CAVES., “Always the Way”

CAVES., “Always the Way”

“Always the Way” is a single from London’s CAVES., who are an art-pop-rock band that have a sound that blends the brooding indie rock of The National and the blazing music of Interpol. The track is from a live session, and the band sounds great. This single is part of our Weekend Showcase, a weekly playlist we’ve created of some […]

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Michael Rault, “Suckcess”

Michael Rault, “Suckcess”

“Suckcess” is the new single from Toronto psychedelic rocker Michael Rault that reverberates with the goodness of Ty Segall. The track is the first from his forthcoming debut album, Living Daylight, which comes out on April 4 on Burger Records. The single is part of our Weekend Showcase for February 13, which you can check out here.

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Thud, “Venture”

Thud, “Venture”

 “Venture” is a new single from Hong Kong-based, shoegaze, dream-poppers Thud. This track is anything but a thud, but quite a gorgeous, hypnotic tune. Thud has the honour of being our first band from Hong Kong we’ve featured on The Revue (although we have featured a band from Macau). Thud is composed of Cheuk Wang, Cheuk Wai, Andy, Kim, and Sky. […]

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Maribou State, “Rituals”

Maribou State, “Rituals”

“Rituals” is an electro-pop track from the duo of Chris Davids and Liam Ivory who go by the name Maribou State. This track bridges the funky sounds of The 2 Bears with the atmospheric qualities of Matthew Dear. The London duo’s debut album, Portraits, drops June 1st on Counter Records. The track is on our Weekend Showcase for February 13, […]

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Rose Windows, “Glory, Glory”

Rose Windows, “Glory, Glory”

“Glory, Glory” by Seattle psychedelic rockers, Rose Windows, is just a great, rousing tune that puts together the greatness of Pink Mountaintops and Ty Segall into one awesome package. The single is the first from their forthcoming self-titled album, which will be released on May 5 by Sub Pop. The single is part of our Weekend Showcase for February 13, […]

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Black City Lights, “Take Me Home”

Black City Lights, “Take Me Home”

This mesmerizing track by Wellington, New Zealand’s Black City Lights is spine-tingling. It’s like the intensity between two lovers who want to get away but cannot. Imagine falling in love with someone but knowing that you cannot have her. That’s the feeling exuded in this awesome track, making it ideal for our Sad Suckers Soundtrack. You can check out our […]

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Voivod – “We Are Connected”

Voivod – “We Are Connected”

My love of Voivod has been well documented over the years (and I’ve bored my friends countless times about the first time I saw them live back in 1989). After three decades and a lot of shifting members, Montreal’s Voivod is still going. Currently on a club tour across Canada with Napalm Death, Voivod are killing it on stage with two […]

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Mike Dignam – “Hurt”

Mike Dignam – “Hurt”

If you didn’t know who Sam Smith was before the Grammy awards,  I’m sure you know who he is now. I really dislike comparing certain artists to others because I respect every artist’s individuality, but most people I know want a point of reference or ask me “Well who do they/he/she sound like?”. As much as I hate to compare, Mike Dignam […]

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Chaser Eight

Chaser Eight

Chaser Eight are a female fronted rock band from Connecticut. Their music rocks pretty damn hard, they sound a bit like Sleater-Kinney, thanks to the powerful voice of their lead singer ‘AUDRA’. However, the rest of the band, guitarist Pat Walsh, drummer Pete Gianni, bassist Billy Wang, and keyboardist and guitarist Aaron Tagliamonte give the band a sound that’s as well […]

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Max and the Moon – “Modern Love”

Max and the Moon – “Modern Love”

Max and the Moon are from California and were actually one of the bands I saw live last year at SXSW. They impressed me with their live set, and I have been following them since. They seem to create that perfect blend of synth-driven indie pop/rock goodness. With super catchy tracks like “Out of My Head” and “Crazy” that were released […]

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Hailey Wojcik – “XO Skeleton”

Hailey Wojcik – “XO Skeleton”

Check out this awesome track and lyric video from Brooklyn / Michigan’s Hailey Wojcik (pronounced VOY-chek). It’s a rockin’, witty break-up track that kicks all kind of rear end. It’ll be on Wojcik’s upcoming EP, Book of Beasts, which is due out on March 3 on cassette via Wiener records and on her bandcamp. Watch the video below! And as a little bonus, […]

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Weekend Showcase: the February 6th Playlist

Weekend Showcase: the February 6th Playlist

Here’s the Weekend Showcase – our weekly playlist of some really cool tracks of the not-so-distant past. The playlist is below along with the individual tracks. Happy listening! “Where Have You Gone” is the new track from one of our favourite little bands, Ephrata. The Seattle-based band makes some of the most anthemic, choral-pop on the planet. You can listen […]

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Shana Falana, “Heavenstay”

Shana Falana, “Heavenstay”

“Heavenstay” from Shana Falana is a gorgeous, richly layered, psych-pop track. It’s the first single from her forthcoming debut, full-length album, which comes out April 7 on Team Love Records.

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Bxhxld, “Right Through”

“Right Through” is from Bxhxld (pronounced Behold), a New York-based singer-songwriter who dabbles in R&B, funk, rock, and pop. The track is an interesting and daring experiment to mix multiple genres into a single track, and it shows the tremendous potential of the young artist.  

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El Perro del Mar – “An Eye for Gold”

“An Eye for Gold” is the unreleased demo from El Perro del Mar, the wonderful pop songstress from Gothenburg, Sweden. The track is part of a special, deluxe edition to mark the 10th anniversary of her critically acclaimed, self-titled debut album. It’ll be out February 17 via The Control Group. Can we get a woot?

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