We’ve added “Five Thousand Miles”, the dreamy single from the Astral Brain, to our radio playlist. Right now the band is working on new material, so hopefully you can dream away with their newest album soon.
Like the rainforests from which their name derives, the steady beat of the west coast can be found within the sound of Carmanah. Recently the band recorded a session at a place built with love for music.
These 10 fresh lo-fi indie pop songs from up-coming artists create together the best 30 minute break to enjoy your coffee. With DeFrank, The Hazy Seas, Phantom Handshakes, Stevie Zita & more!
Tomorrow starts the online edition of showcase festival Eurosonic Noorderslag. One of the rising stars you want miss is the sensual and sophisticated art pop singer Ava Vegas.
“The way Murakami writes in that book is how I aspire to write my songs; gritty and sensitive and human.” The debut album of critically acclaimed Arlo Parks will be released in January. Pre-order now.
“Vitamin D” is the perfect EP if you simply want to dream away. But there is more. Mimik Banka, the Beijing based band, created a small monument for their creative odyssey in quarantine.
Penny Diving are Montreal based musicians Chantal, her twin Kathleen and her husband Thomas (Malajube). Together they make ‘basement dream pop’.
Based out of Chicago, sentimental singer-songwriter Gabacho employs a nostalgic blend of psychedelic latin rock. In the end, his sentimental lyrics all communicate Gabacho’s fascination with antiquity and the past.
The comments of an inspiring Bandcamp collector/curator captures the strength of Spirits of Leo in a few words: “A refreshingly solid homage to the 80s” (Sam Nicholas, discover his collection on Bandcamp here) Spirits of Leo is a post-punk band founded in Santa Rosa, CA and currently based in Brooklyn, NY. Equinox, their latest album […]
Tokidoki is the self named album from duo Tokidoki. Beside the album with some nice acoustic indie songs, there is not much information about the group. And that’s okay, you don’t need to know what kind of cereal a band had for breakfast to appreciate their music, right?