Brighton’s Porridge Radio have shared a new single called 7 Seconds. Here’s what singer Dana Margolin said: «A few years ago I wrote a really slow, long and drawn out song about the end of something that was never right. I was sitting with [drummer] Sam [Yardley] early last year and I played it toContinua a leggere “Porridge Radio – 7 Seconds”
British post-punk group Shame released their single Alphabet. Here’s what frontman Charlie Steen had to say about it: «At the time of writing it, I was experiencing a series of surreal dreams where a manic subconscious was bleeding out of me and seeping into the lyrics». Enjoy it!
Queensland singer-songwriter Tia Gostelow shared Psycho in May, here it is. Enjoy!
Daniel Lopatin published music the last week, now we’re ready for a new Oneohtrix Point Never album which is coming next month. Here’s Long Road Home, enjoy!
After releasing his debut album Out In The Dark, Magon drops his new single, born out of a year-long period during which everything changed in his life. This sweet ballad sounds like the perfect mix between indie rock and psych pop, between Ty Segall and The Velvet Underground.
Greenest Thumbs by Ashley Mayorquin is a ballad that blurs the lines between many of the indie sub-genres. The vocals trace their influences from artists like Joni Mitchell and Julia Holter, and the instrumentation sounds like a classic Nashville session band backed by percussionists via Pet Sounds. Enjoy it!
Indie-rock artist Baby Fuzz delivers nostalgia wrapped up in a glam, pop, and rock jam. Before Our Time is the new single, enjoy it!
Zach Medeiros is a bongwriter and producer based out of Guelph, Oregon. Here’s his new single. Enjoy!
The Danish four-piece Yung is back with a new 7” Progress. It follows the release of their debut LP A Youthful Dream in 2016, and a series of acclaimed EP’s. Enjoy!
They are a five-piece band called Low Hummer and they come from the burning indie rock scene of Hull. Enjoy!