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Marc Scibilia – “Good Times”

Marc Scibilia was born and raised in Buffalo, NY – needless to say, we were inherently drawn to his latest offering, “Good Times.” Since spreading his wings, the singer/songwriter has since had lots of success, racking up 125 million streams on his music and scoring the most Shazam’d moment of 2015 with his rousing rendition of…

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DOLLY ZOOM – “Rabbit Hole”

Brisbane quartet DOLLY ZOOM are genre-defying masterminds whose “Rabbit Hole” recently snagged our ears. Falling somewhere between synthpop, psychedelic rock, and dream pop, “Rabbit Hole” is a swirl of synth arpeggios, catchy pop hooks, and dark vibes. This one is full of introspective lyrics and melancholy melodies, perfect for gloomy and moody fall listening (but…

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Bird and Byron – “Life Is A Bore”

We like this indie rocker from Columbus duo Bird and Byron. “Life is a Bore” finds the duo exploring different sonic territory, stretching their blues rock wings into something a bit more jangly, sunny, and upbeat. “Bore” is full of chiming guitars, upbeat melodies, start-stop rhythms, and a perfect bedroom-pop mix that gives this one…

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Sätilä – “4AM”

Finnish act Sätilä caught our ears with his latest offering, “4AM.” Full of gauzy synths, infectious melodies, and a great airy mix, “4AM” could appeal to fans of anyone from Tame Impala to M83. We’re particularly drawn to the neon aesthetic in the music video (featured below), full of impressive dance sequences that mirror our own…

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Jason Matu – “All The Pieces Fit”

Super clever wordplay on this indie rocker from Jason Matu. “All the Pieces Fit” brings to mind Flaming Lips, Manchester Orchestra, and other indie rock greats on this cool, bombastic jam. We’re particularly drawn to Matu’s excessive use of alliteration in each of the verses. It brings a satisfying quirkiness to the overall tone of…

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Edwin Organ – “Self Alarm”

Sharing this super quirky electropop jam here from Edwin Organ. “Self Alarm” is a jerky, nu-disco tinged jam that combines the fun of 1980s synth pop with a bit of 2020 flavor and flair. Organ said it best himself – about “Self Alarm,” he says: “We’ve all been there. The relationship you know is no…

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Stevie Zita – “Neon Niko”

Liking these fun, yet mysterious bedroom vibes from from Stevie Zita – “Neon Niko” is a super swimmy indie pop jam awash in reverb and urgency. Nimble and driving fuzzed-out basslines, chorus-laden guitars, and Zita’s far-off vocals all come together in perfect dream-pop fashion here. If you’re digging “Niko,” Stevie’s got a pretty robust Spotify…

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Natalie Schlabs – “Don’t Look Too Close”

Digging this jam from Nashville-based songwriter Natalie Schlabs. “Don’t Look Too Close” is a new direction for Natalie – she’s veered away from her country roots into something more akin to indie rock. “Close” is full of cool delayed guitar stabs, driving drums and bass, and of course Schlabs beautiful vocals… Not to mention the…

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Low Key Crush – “Been Waiting”

Low Key Crush are a duo from Melbourne writing super jangly, surf-tinged music. “Been Waiting” is a perfect end-of-summer jam – full of wistful vibes, lovely oh-ohs, and plenty of reverb, “Waiting” is the kind of nostalgic song that makes you yearn for better times (or maybe just appreciate the times you have now with…

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Josh Fudge – “When She’s Gone”

Vibing hard to this cool jam from 18-year-old Oklahoma City-based Josh Fudge. “When She’s Gone” is full of big nu-disco basslines, astral synth splashes, and Fudge’s super-smooth vocal delivery. This one is very funky but still feels low-key in a relaxing way a la Tame Impala or Mac Demarco. Check it out below and if…

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