Mixed Media

March 2016

Alex G - “Mud” (Singles Going Steady)

Alex G has to be a fan of Elliot Smith if he's making this kind of music.


77 Bombay Street - “Once and Only” (audio) (premiere)

In the last seven years, Switzerland's 77 Bombay Street has honed their pop perfect sound by playing more than 300 concerts.


Ash Koosha - “Biutiful” (Singles Going Steady)

"Biutiful" is another avant-electro soundscape from Ash Koosha, and it beautifully bridges the divide between the discordant and the melodic.


Sam Beam and Jesca Hoop - “Valley Clouds” (Singles Going Steady)

Sam Beam and Jesca Hoop continue their joint sugar-folk passion project with another melodically-unassailable, songwriter-falls-for-songwriter pastoral daydream.


ELVETT - “Everybody Say…” (video) (premiere)

Switzerland's ELVETT intriguingly blend acoustic instruments and mellow electronics via analogue synthesizers to create a mesmerizing soulful pop sound.


Alessia Cara - “Wild Things” (Singles Going Steady)

Alessia Cara definitely has some songwriting chops, but she also tends to toss in unnecessary cliches and tropes whenever she can.


Carly Van Skaik - “Blue Diamond Eyes” (audio) (premiere)

Carly Van Skaik unveils Mazzy Star-evoking tune ahead of debut EP's release.


PURSES - “Clementine” (audio)

PURSES' latest single, "Clementine", offers further proof that their debut record should contain equal parts jangle, indie-pop guitars, noise, harmonies, and anything else in between.


NOTHING - “Vertigo Flowers” (Singles Going Steady)

A muted amalgamation of the feedback-drenched pop of Yuck and breezy shoegaze of DIIV, "Vertigo Flowers" is a melodically understated, unassuming dream-pop banger.


Julianna Barwick - “Nebula” (Singles Going Steady)

"Nebula" is the aural equivalent of an impressionist painting that seems to move after you've been staring at it for a while.


February 2016

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