"Drum Machine" is a manic electro-hop joy ride that tries to compact as much electric energy into one space as possible.
Canadian garage poppers JPNSGRLS are back with their first new song since their debut album, Circulation, back in 2014.
Part groovy meditation on acceptance, part positive manifestation ritual over a soothing yet repetitive round-like vocal mantra, comforting keys and a sense of finding wellness within the great scheme of things.
This is a mesmerizing soundscape of synths with occasional flourishes of lush guitar and sci-fi effects that recall Bowie's early character of Ziggy Stardust.
Indie folk singer-songwriter Kyle Britton writes about the dark depths of the soul in a compelling and self-confessional manner.
It's an interesting combination: "Eggshell" is drenched in electronics, processing, Vocoders, you name it; but the song is a lovely pop tune.
Detroit experimental popsters release cinematic tune heralding debut LP.
"You Are Killing Me" is a straightforward, chomp-rock ballad that glides forward with a spry Magnetic Fields-esque melody.
"I had a dream I wrote a song called 'Disintegrator' so I woke up and wrote a song called 'Disintegrator'" - Daniel Markham
This is a "big" sound, full of reverb and beats that make your chest vibrate. Pretty amazing.