Laura Wolf takes us on a true sonic adventure, marrying glitchy samples with emotional execution. It makes you want to hear more from this unique voice.
Matt Messore’s latest release covers well-trod territory. But Cathedral Bells’ target dream-pop demographic will devour Everything at Once with relish.
Rotten Bun for an Eggless Century is a sonically interesting solo debut and mui zyu’s captivating voice gives nearly every track a worthwhile melody.
If you like mid-period Beatles and Byrds, Wilco at their lightest, the Stones at their brightest, and Big Star, you’ll like Daily Worker’s Autofiction.
Sobs’ Air Guitar is a jubilant, unapologetic salute to dynamic pop-rock for listeners who prefer their bubblegum with a bit more fortitude and viscosity.
Canadian dream popsters Living Hour capture grief with sluggish tempos, minor key chord progressions, and numbing moments of disassociation on Someday Is Today.
Eyedress’ Full Time Lover takes up-to-date pop sensibilities and keeps them moving in new ways that are not just creatively fruitful but genuinely fun.
Adam Intrator’s breathy vocals often mesh quite well with Triathalon’s music on Spin. That uniformity in style can also make every Triathalon track sound the same.
The eponymous three-song EP Mark and Elliott is simply the most fun, upbeat musical way possible to end off a summer we all desperately needed.
Los Angeles’ bedroom popster Lucca Dohr turns the page on summer and romance with “Winter’s Coming”, his first single since 2020’s Norwich EP.