• The Gills – Lemonade

    I was browsing around for some new music & stumbled across a song called Lemonade, the latest single from the upcoming self-titled album by the...

  • Cian Nugent – Things Don’t Change That Fast

    Nothing short of spectacular is the best way to describe Things Don’t Change That Fast, the first single from Dublin’s Cian Nugent whose third album...

  • Lights That Change – Starlight

    Welsh dream-pop/ethereal-wave band Lights That Change was founded in 2013 by producer Marc Joy (guitars, drum programming) and incorporates the airily blissful vocals of Mandy...

  • Boytoy – Postal

    Back in August, I wrote about my excitement for Boytoy releasing my favorite song Postal as a single from their upcoming album Grackle (out Oct...

  • Sara Lov – Trains

    Los Angeles-located singer-songwriter Sara Lov, formerly of the piano-based duo Devics with recent Emmy-winner and acclaimed composer/pianist Dustin O’Halloran, bestows her 3rd album, Some Kind...

  • ViseMènn – Begging You Please

    From the south of Norway comes an alternative rock band named ViseMènn that explores the shadowy depths and lofty highs of contemplative, but heavily atmospheric...

  • Sidewave – Supersonic

    Los Angeles-based post-rock/space-rock band Sidewave is set to release its debut album Glass Giant on October 5th after dropping 2 EPs simultaneously in 2013 and...

  • Monks of Mellonwah – Show Me Something More

    The Australian alternative rock/pop band Monks of Mellonwah shows off another facet of its hybrid sound on its 3rd single Show Me Something More. Current...

  • Babes Are Wolves – Wait

    The members that make up Adelaide, Australian indie rock band Babes Are Wolves are no babes in the woods. They know their way around a...

  • No: Carrier – California

    San Francisco-located electro-pop noir duo no:carrier released a 4-song EP titled Ghosts Of The West Coast in late spring that consists of covers of California-related...