“something for your M.I.N.D.” – Superorganism

Endlessly creative and unafraid to penguin dive into the absurd, "something for your M.I.N.D." by Superorganism is one of the freshest takes in recent...
MURTAGH and Noctilucent

“This Time (feat. Noctilucent)” – MURTAGH

Do you like being transported to another universe when you hear new music? Been looking for that inspirational, transcendental sound without much luck? Well look...

“You Were Human” – Swan Levitt

Showing poise and wisdom far beyond his years, Swan Levitt spills poetry over a picturesque folk backdrop. Keep an eye on Swan Levitt. You'll...

“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...

“Little Bubble” – Dirty Projectors

Never has the crippling depression of a lost and broken relationship been more accurately described or sounded so hopefully ambient. Dirty Projectors does it...

“He Will” – Emma Cole

Call the contractor, "He Will" boasts a throwback big-band sound that will blow the roof clean off the building. This song has it all...

“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...

“Headache” – Grouper

Grouper's latest effort is an absolute masterpiece. "Headache" is filled with the type of beauty that lays waste to pessimism. It is a bath...

“Sandman” – Tameca Jones

I can't sing the praises for Tameca Jones' "Sandman" enough. It drowns itself in soul only to raise its arms in absolute triumph. Each...

“Zone” – Sam von Horn

If I could build a summer cottage inside of this track, I would. I'd live in that cottage forever. I'd never look back. I'd...

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