Thursday, February 11, 2016

Brett: "Claire Drained"

Brett put out a really good debut album back in 2014, but it went somehow unnoticed by many media, something that is likely to change with their second release. Mode, out March 18 through wonderful label Cascine ."Claire Drained" is their fantastic new single, a vibrant,  perfect dream pop pill with a lot of focus on the pop side of the equation,

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Carey: "Hey Caty"

Carey are a Nashville trio whose sound reminds a lot of 90's indie rock and power pop, catchy and fuzzy,"Hey Caty" is a fine example,  one of the songs included in their debut Ep, out March 11.

Monday, February 8, 2016

Caveman: "Never Going Back"

Brooklyn's Caveman are set to release their third album this summer, a record called Otero War that has "Never Going Back" as first single, a really strong track that shows the band embracing a bigger  and rockier sound and recalls a bit The War On Drug's "Red Eyes", which is not a bad thing.

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Kinds: "Hands Up"

Kinds is the UK duo formed by Karen and Mark, both musicians and producers as they demonstrate on their excellent debut single "Hands Up", a kind of addictive little pop gem.
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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Video:Transviolet-"New Bohemia"

Speaking of big and catchy tunes, Transviolet's "New Bohemia" appeared last year hiting all the right notes. Now the Los Angeles newcomers present the official video release, with an announcement of an Lp coming later this year.

Monday, February 1, 2016

Dreamers: "Drugs"

Dreamers are a Brooklyn trio who seem to have a knack for writing big and catchy tunes throwing elements of pop, rock and a bit of electronica into their powerful sound. "Drugs" is their last single, and it is guaranteed to get you high.

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Frankie Cosmos: "Sinister"

Greta Kline, AKA Frankie Cosmos, will release his second album, Next Thing on April 1st through Bayonet Records. "Sinister" is the first single, a lovely slice of lo fi pop.