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Raised By Dinosaurs – “The Void Is Me Devoid of You (feat. Enlia)”

South American dream pop act Raised By Dinosaurs caught our attention with the woozy indie pop of “The Void is Me Devoid of You.” Completed by a beautiful vocal presence, “Void” is a four-minute slow-burner full of lyrical hooks; round, punchy basslines; and a whole lot of hazy atmosphere. Fans of Slowdive, Turnover, or Lush will…

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Lauren Faith – “Jheeze (Sam Wills Remix)”

London artist Lauren Faith teamed up with Sam Wills for this fantastic remix of her latest jam, “Jheeze.” Mixing elements of 90s r&b with an undeniable bass throb and a tinge of jazz, “Jheeze” is an irresistible selection from her latest release, the Cosmic EP. Stick around to hear the hush-hush earworm of a chorus –…

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Dancing Tongues – “Shotgun”

“Shotgun” is an icy-cold blast of post-punk energy from LA act Dancing Tongues. Pairing a romantic baritone with swirly guitars and a prominent, bouncing bass, “Shotgun” checks all of the boxes that make for a great post-punk jam. Fans of Interpol, Ceremony, or Joy Division will dig this one – give “Shotgun” a spin below…

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Sail By Summer – “Invisible”

Norwegian duo Sail By Summer have crafted a slow-burn gem with “Invisible.” What starts off as a simmering indie pop tune gradually blooms into a full, electronica-laced indie pop banger. “Invisible” really opens up around the 1:50 mark, where a harmonized solo comes out of nowhere and turns the song into an avalanche of dynamics. Fans of Radical Face,…

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Saint Jude – “Deaf Ears, Blind Years”

Mmmmm, dig deep into this mysterious slice of electronica from Saint Jude. Fans of Phantogram, Sylvan Esso, or Porches will enjoy this one – padded with the static fuzz of a vinyl record effect, “Deaf Ears, Blind Years” is as lo-fi bedroom chill as it gets. Saint Jude’s distinct baritone vocals certainly add to the overall…

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EGOISM – “What Are We Doing?”

EGOISM is a hazy indie pop duo from Australia – we think you should check out their latest earworm anthem, “What Are We Doing?” Set off by a propulsive guitar riff and echo-chamber reverb, “What Are We Doing?” would work well on a playlist next to fellow reverb lovers Turnover or even melody masters like Blink-182….

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Phobia Quartet – “We Could Do That Though”

Fort Lauderdale trio Phobia Quartet caught our ears with the simple but effective indie rock of “We Could Do That Though.” Full of quiet-loud choruses and singer Adam Hood’s distinct vocals, this one is a perfect jam to add to your feel-good indie rock playlist. Check out the charming black & white music vid below and then…

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ST.MARTiiNS – “Want God”

UK act ST.MARTiiNS have perfected the dark-pop approach with their latest, “Want God.” A hazy music video full of flower fields and gauzy lights perfectly emphasizes this song, full of explosive synths and warbly guitars. The chorus melody is really what drives this synthy shoegazy song toward greatness – watch the vid below and then add…

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Napoleon Gold – “Love Don’t Cut Me Down (feat. Haiva Ru)”

Napoleon Gold is on fire with this one – “Love Don’t Cut Me Down” is a nu-disco tinged electronic pulse featuring a lovely vocal take from Haiva Ru. Full of nostalgic and longing vibes – this one is emotional while still very, very danceable. “And I don’t wanna go if you don’t go with me”…

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Jabali – “Beamers”

LA artist Jabali released a banger in his latest, “Beamers.” A world class percussionist in his own right, Jabali showcases his flawless flow and expert production skills in this one, fleshed out with buzzing bass synths. “Take a sip, take a hit” will be running through your heads all day. Check it out below and…

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