Thursday, October 27, 2016

The Shins: "Dead Alive"

The Shins are finally back with a new single, "Dead Alive" a track that shows the band with a sound that is a bit less produced and more psychedelic than the songs in Port Of Morrow, their last album, and closer to their early days.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

The Mary Onettes: "Juna"

Swedish indie popsters The Mary Onettes, are back with "Juna" their first single in a long while, a song that is the centerpiece of an Oxford advertising campaign in Europe and has been produced by Dan Lissvik. It is a great track with  a very ethereal,  dream-pop feel that matches perfectly with their new label, Cascine.

Monday, October 24, 2016

Mainland: "Permission Slip"

Mainland are a Brooklyn based band whose new single "Permission Slip" sits somewhere in the middle of indie pop and alternative rock,, it's a great  catchy track with plenty of hooks and those infectious "oohs" and "uuhs" that will get stuck in your head for hours.

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Title Tracks: "Low Cool"

"Low Cool" is the new single from Washington DC trio Title Tracks, a first teaser of a new album called Long Dream, their third, coming out next month. The track is an excellent power pop jam, the kind of catchy, classic and hooky guitar driven song so rare to find this days.

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Cloud Nothings: "Modern Act"

Cloud Nothings announced yesterday the release of a new album for June 27th, a record called "Life Without Sound" that has "Modern Act" as it's first teaser, a song that sees the Cleveland band reducing their traditional angst ridden sound  in favour of a more gentle and melodic approach.

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Deep Sea Arcade: "Learning To Fly"

Four years since Deep Sea Arcade's excellent debut Outlands, we finally have news from the Australian indie rockers. "Learning To Fly" is their superb new single, a track that seamlessly blends their characteristic psychedelia infused pop with some new electronic touches. A new album is expected early next year.

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Potty Mounth: "Smash Hit"

Potty Mouth have a record coming out next year, and looks like they are changing a bit the punk-pop sound of their excellent debut for a more polished, bigger and closer to 90's indie rock and power pop sound, which is a good thing, specially with songs as catchy and great as this "Smash Hit". Really looking forward for the new lp.

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Forth Wanderers: "Know Better"

Forth Wanderers are a really young quintet from Monclair, New Jersey, fronted by vocalist Ava Triling and they are releasing  their new Ep, Slop, on November 11th. "Know Better", taken from  that recordis a good example of their cute and catchy  DIY indie pop.