Mixed Media

August 2015

Tuff Sunshine - ‘Dreamin’” (audio) (premiere)

The Brooklyn trio churn out some welcome powerpop for late summer.


Lexi Scherr - “Not the Kind” (audio) (premiere)

If you're going to take inspiration from a contemporary singer-songwriter, you can't do much better than Natasha Khan.


Kirsten Izer - “Wave” (audio) (premiere)

Too young to remember early-'90s indie rock, this young musician sounds like she was there all along.


Jenny Ritter - “Been So Kind” (audio) (premiere)

The young Canadian singer-songwriter knows a thing or two about a rustic life.


Naomi Shelton and the Gospel Queens - “You Got to Move” (audio)

Daptone Records usually delivers the goods, and this is no exception.


Jamie xx - “Loud Places” (John Talabot’s Loud Synths Reconstruction) (audio)

John Talabot reinterprets Jamie xx's "Loud Places" in this new remix.


Lanterns on the Lake - “Faultlines” (audio) (Singles Going Steady)

And now for something completely pretentious!


Squeeze - “Happy Days” (video) (Singles Going Steady)

There's a cosy familiarity to Squeeze's first single in too many years.


Julia Holter - “Sea Calls Me Home” (audio) (Singles Going Steady)

“Sea Calls Me Home” is a pleasant introduction to Julia Holter’s upcoming album Have You in My Wilderness.


Sarah Kirkland Snider - ‘Unremembered’ (album stream) (premiere)

A vivid childhood journey through the imaginations of composer Sarah Kirkland Snider and artist Nathaniel Bellows.


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