Thursday, March 6 2014
On Iska Dhaaf's debut Even the Sun Will Burn, the bittersweet hints of '60s psychedelia lend depth and texture to catchy indie-pop melodies.
While shoegaze influences are front and center for Spotlight Kid, a better point of reference for Ten Thousand Hours might be Smashing Pumpkins, circa Siamese Dream.
Tuesday, March 4 2014
André Cymone has a long history of collaboration with Prince, as well as being a top notch producer and solo artist. With his latest album, The Stone, Cymone shows us why rock is always better with the funk.
Even though Music & Sports puts the spotlight Lune's ethereal vocals, her electropop compositions have enough texture and energy to give her a solid foundation to build on.
Wednesday, February 19 2014
British producer and film soundtrack composer Neil Davidge steps into the limelight with his first ever solo record, Slo Light, coming out February 25th via The End Records.
Monday, February 17 2014
Dex Romweber Duo's gritty new single "Roll On" is a sampling of what's to come from the punkabilly pioneer's upcoming full-length Images 13, releasing 18 March.
Thursday, February 13 2014
"Fell So Hard" is a fine example of where Thalia Zedek's present and past meet, combining the broader, more open palette of 2013's Via with the heft of the blues-tinged indie sound that Come pioneered.
Tuesday, February 11 2014
While it's accurate to describe Evan Ønly's synthpop as "future vintage", his upcoming EP No Matter What sounds wholly current.
Off Belle Adair's 2013 debut The Brave and Blue, "Slowest Routine" combines a rootsy undertone with sleeker, modern elements, a vibe that's visualized in its stunning video.
Monday, February 10 2014
PopMatters premieres the video for "Somniloquist", taken from Messenger's genre-defying debut album Illusory Blues, set for release on the 28th of March.