“Weekend” – Linnea Olsson

A slow song that follows the graceful bend and wilt of a willow tree. There is simply nothing better than the pairing of Linnea...

“Icon” – Dakota

Netherlands' Dakota create lacksadaisical dream-pop with just enough of an edge to give the genre some oft missing friction. What I like most about...
Wesley Jensen

“Something Old” – Wesley Jensen and The Penny Arcade

There's a theme to Wes Jensen's music that doesn't happen often: paved in folk and bursting with personality. In the same way Wilco balances...

“Just On Drugs” – Yoshi Flower

"Just On Drugs" kicks of with a futuristic synth that places you squarely in the cockpit of a rocketship. There's this immediate sense that...

“Thinking of a Place” – The War on Drugs

Clear skies ahead in this sprawling classic rock epic. It doesn't get much better than this! The War on Drugs is back and that...
Old Sea Brigade EP

Old Sea Brigade Gets Intimate on “Sleep In The Park”

Old Sea Brigade is rapidly becoming one of my go-to artists. The sound is mature, observant, and patient. His lyrics, and thoughtful composition lend...

“Without Words” – Joseph of Mercury

Take one confident step back in time and sway to the expansive musical feast dreamed up by Joseph of Mercury. I can't recall a...

“Rooting For You” – London Grammar

It's been far too long since London Grammar has blessed us with a new track. I'm embarassed to say that I had nearly forgotten...

“Which Way Is South” – Drinker

Simply mesmerizing. "Which Way Is South" seems to hover weightlessly as though trapped in a magnetic field. Drinker is a new project we couldn't...

“Believe” – Amen Dunes

Amen Dunes' latest track, "Believe," will shake you to your core. It's a destructive and cathartic release. It's easily one of my favorite songs...