HEAR: Psych-Rock | Howlin’ Jaws – “Lost Songs”

The 60s are alive and well. Howlin’ Jaws bring their unique sounding 60s, garage, psych rock to the table with their latest single “Lost Songs.” The band is just as much new as it is nostalgic. There has been a … Continue Reading

SEE: Indie Pop | Video Age – “Better Than Ever”

Video Age is an awesome and intriguing Louisiana band with sounds ranging from disco to pop and indie rock. They have taken the spot in our indie earworm section. We are very excited to share their very unique indie pop … Continue Reading

HEAR: Alternative | Lomeli – ‘Perfect America’

Los Angeles based producer and songwriter LOMELI utilizes capricious chord progressions, break beats, snarky synths and deep harmonic melodies on his epic third album Perfect America. This record is catchy, surprising, and a breath of fresh indie air. Standout Tracks: … Continue Reading

HEAR: Dreamy Psych-Rock | Elephant Stone – ‘History Repeating”

Montreal’s psych-rockers Elephant Stone have shared “History Repeating” a dreamy, psych rock track that gave us the FUZZ! The gentle vocals with the soft instrumentals places you right where you want to be on a cloud drifting through the sky. … Continue Reading

HEAR: Psych Rock | Levitation Room – “Heaven”

Los Angeles psych rock gurus Levitation Room announce their third studio album Strange Weather with the release of their new single “Heaven.” The album will arrive in its entirety on February 16, 2024, via ONErpm / The Reverberation Appreciation Society … Continue Reading

HEAR: Avant Pop | Faux Real – “Faux Maux”

Visionary Avant-Pop duo Faux Real has unveiled the new single, “Faux Maux,” available now via their new deal with legendary independent label, City Slang. A starry-eyed ode to staying in and logging out, the track (pronounced /fō mō/) is joined … Continue Reading

HEAR: The Umbrellas – “Three Cheers”

The Umbrellas’ debut album was one of the surprise hits of an otherwise grim 2021. Channeling sold gold influences like The Pastels, Comet Gain, Orange Juice and The Aislers Set, The Umbrellas represent the fertile San Francisco Bay Area scene … Continue Reading

HEAR: Indie Pop | Harmony – “Yesterday”

Los Angeles’ Harmony shares her new standalone single “Yesterday.” The song follows the release of Harmony’s critically acclaimed debut solo EP Dystopia Girl, which arrived this summer via Harmony’s Fantasy Corp. With emotionally in-tune lyrics and shimmering pop production, “Yesterday” … Continue Reading

HEAR: Dhani Harrison – “New Religion (Ft. Graham Coxon)”

Multiple GRAMMY® Award-winning musician and composer, Dhani Harrison, has released INNERSTANDING, his first solo album in six years. The new album is available now digitally, with a 2LP Neon Yellow color vinyl edition being available on February 9th, 2024, via … Continue Reading

SEE: Fusion Rock | Jaywood – “Dirk Gently (Know Yourself)”

JayWood is the stage name of Jeremy Haywood-Smith, a Canadian musician from Winnipeg, Manitoba whose music blends soul, funk, hip hop, indie rock and psychedelic rock influences. JayWood’s Grow EP  is out now. The EP is a lesson in fusion … Continue Reading

SEE: Post-Punk | Nation Of Language – “Too Much, Enough”

New York post-punkers Nation Of Language will follow up their huge success, the 2021 sophomore album A Way Forward, with their new LP Strange Disciple. The band has already shared several tracks from it but we are most excited about … Continue Reading

HNAF (Hot New Album Fridays): HONEYMOAN – ‘Sorry Like You Mean It’

HONEYMOAN’s debut album, Sorry Like You Mean It, is filled with a dreamy and atmospheric sound, which incorporates elements of indie rock, shoegaze, and pop. The music on this album is characterized by lush, reverb-soaked guitar tones, ethereal vocals, and … Continue Reading

Hear: Alternative Pop | Honeymoan – “Seriously, Good Luck With That”

HONEYMOAN is an alternative pop band. Started in 2017 as a “just for fun” project the band has received international acclaim and continues to explore genre and style with each release. With two members Alison Rachel (vocals) and Skye McInnes (guitar) based … Continue Reading

SEE: Sarah Mary Chadwick – “Drinkin’ On A Tuesday”

Sarah Mary Chadwick is a New Zealand–born and Melbourne-based singer-songwriter whose songs are defined by her raspy voice and clever, murky lyrics. Chadwick surprises us with her charming and appealing song structure. The cheeky “Drinkin’ On A Tuesday” is exactly what we … Continue Reading

Awe-Inspiring Fusion Alt Jazz-Rock | Nick Leng – ‘Spirals’

South African-born, Los Angeles-based artist Nick Leng’s Spirals, is a truly awe-inspiring piece of work that deals with love and heartache and speaks to his intense passion for music. The album takes twists and turns and creates an intriguing soundscape that … Continue Reading

HEAR: Inspiring and Ethereal Pop | Zooey Celeste – “Reckless Thoughts”

We are ecstatic to hear the inspired and ingenious pop-rock of Zooey Celeste. “Reckless Thoughts” starts with what sounds like a tin drum and grows into a beautiful and ethereal track that creates a stunning soundscape that grabs the listener … Continue Reading

Sea Lemon shares hazey new single “Breakdown” feat Day Wave

Sea Lemon shares the final single “Breakdown,” premiering on FLOOD Magazine. It features Oakland, California artist Day Wave, whose nostalgic dream pop perfectly complements Lew’s hazy songwriting. The duo’s reverb-drenched vocals duet atop a fuzzy instrumental. “Do you wish you … Continue Reading