Fusing psychedelic pop and the deep grooves of dance music, Brooklyn electronic pop outfit Psymon Spine’s music is oozing with approachable melodic hugeness on first contact.
"All The Time" the newest track from Skymachine is about feelings where everyone can relate to. It's the first track after quite some time and we can't think of a better way to start November.
Detroit's Waajeed's work through the years has been known as both inventive and genre-defying. His newest production, the Act of Love Mixtapes, will be released in 2 parts this Fall.
Autumn In June has been bubbling up as one of LA’s most intriguing musical propositions. While his tracks can be bright and fun like indie pop, his lyrics reveal a darker impact.
By combining young and energetic vocals with a wide range of soundscapes, Margot shows a fierce independency with "Slow Down." Singing the song as if it is written to a lover, the songstress promotes self-love.
A feast for the ear. The upcoming debut album from HHY & The Kampala Unit lures us into a layered synesthetic cosmogony soaked in oneiric sci-fi atmosphere.“Lithium Blast” will be released on October 22, pre-order now.
Harmonizing modernism with the romance of music’s earlier decades, Soul Push affirms that there is still an art in storytelling. It’s R&B meets rock-pop, it’s gospel soul meets synthesizers - why put a label on it?
"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.
Kaia Laurielle creates a beautiful blend of neo-soul, future soul, hip-hop and electronic at her second EP “Waiting Room.” This week she released the EP with some stunning visuals.
Le Fomo will rattle your guts with their rawness and cradle you with their catchy riffs! Last week the refreshing electro trash pop duo released “Tiny Anchor,” the second single of their upcoming debut album “Swallow Me Whole.”