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BOO SEEKA x Golding – “Don’t Waste Your Love”

Here’s some ultra-smooth electropop from Australian acts BOO SEEKA and Golding. “Don’t Waste Your Love” has a throbbing bass presence, super-polished production, and ear worm falsetto whispers – this was absolutely tailor-made for the dancefloor (yes, even if the dancefloor is just your living room). The song makes you want to move, but isn’t without…

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Dome Dwellers – “Way It Goes”

Denton, TX quartet Dome Dwellers are about to blow your mind with their latest offering… “Way It Goes” starts mesmerizing you immediately – a seemingly impossible guitar creation comes out of nowhere. As if that wasn’t enough, they eventually move into faerie dust synth splashes and mind-numbing math rock tapping. It’s ultra creative and the…

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Calyx – “Noseeums”

Pittsburgh-based trio Calyx have to be experienced to truly understand… Part post-punk, part raw emo, part math rock, we couldn’t help but be hypnotized by their latest offering “Noseeums.” Rolling drumbeats, twisting guitars, blistering bass riffing, and heartfelt vocals propel this enigma forth – not to mention the chainsaw-art music video that comes along with…

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Kristian Grostad – “Summer is Over”

Last time we checked in with Norwegian indie rocker Kristian Grostad, we were feeling the upbeat vibes of his single, “Feels Lighter.” He’s back again with the same brand of irresistible indie rock, this time with a song called “Summer is Over.” Springy leads, sunshine melodies, and drums that sound like they’re in the same…

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Bosum – “Cherry”

Loving this little indie-pop gem all the way from Germany. “Cherry” by Bosom (aka singer/songwriter Tom Verbeeck) is carefully crafted with all the best aspects of dreampop; electronica; and indie. It’s full of whirring synths, surprisingly nimble drumbeats, swirly guitars, and Tom’s ultra-soothing vocals. Fans of Cocteau Twins, The War On Drugs, and Boards of…

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We Were Promised Jetpacks – “If It Happens”

Scottish legends We Were Promised Jetpacks have been crafting iconic indie rock since 2009. They’re still cranking out excellent music, case in point, the epic flavor of “If It Happens.” Exploring a more introspective sound, WWPJ have stepped away from jaunty, guitar ragers and into a reverb-soaked atmosphere… But that’s not to say they’ve lost…

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sock jock – “than”

We think you’ll like the ultra-sincere vibes of Chicago-based sock jock. SJ is the moniker of singer/songwriter Taylor Marie, who has been crafting songs since she was just 13. Now, at the age of 20, her songwriting has evolved into something very contemporary, reminiscent of Snail Mail or Soccer Mommy. You’ll find “than” is jangly…

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Maddie Jay – “CR78”

Here’s a simple and honest love song from indie-pop artist Maddie Jay. “CR78” is driven mostly by it’s chillwave-ish Casio-keyboard backbone, but the best part of this song is the little flourishes that exist throughout. Maddie has peppered “CR78” with unique percussion choices, warbly synth leads, and of course her ultra-pleasant vocal delivery. Check out…

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moshimoshi – “Tides”

“HELSINKI EMO FOREVER” – a fantastic motto from Finnish act moshimoshi whose “Tides” is immediately memorable for it’s blistering riffage. Part math rock, part screamo, part twinkly emo, “Tides” is an absolute ball of energy. Passionately-screamed vocals lay overtop frantic drums and plucky guitar – perfect for fans of Cap’n Jazz, Algernon Cadwallader, or Snowing….

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MAYA LUCIA – “ur ruining it !”

Boston-based indie pop-rocker MAYA LUCIA shuffled their way into our hearts with their latest offering, “ur ruining it !” Propelled by a snare roll, spindly surf rock-ish riffage, and a lovely bedroom-pop mix, “ruining” fits right in with the warbly 2021 climate while still feeling fresh and unique on its own. Fans of Soccer Mommy,…

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