Monad – September

Dream-pop project Monad share the video for their hazy new track September. It’s a blissful alternative journey and the perfect summer jam. The stunning visuals above are an added bonus, so hit play and sink into Monad’s dreamy melodies.

The Bottom Floors – Hex

Hex is an alternative-chill track I’ve had on repeat all this week. The soothing, sultry vocal are out of this world and that chorus has been ringing around my head since first listen – and in no way is that ...

Yung Dank – Mr. Roger

“Mr. Roger” is an introspective, consuming slice of hip-hop from Yung Dank. Described the artist as “splurged out of my bitterness towards one motherfucker whose name I shall not speak of,” “Mr. Roger” succeeds in its overall aesthetic. A laid-back ...

Ruby Throated – I Try

Ruby-Throated is a Los Angeles-based quartet, best described as indie alternative music. RT is four members, Jocelyn Raulston-Vocals, Hayley Brownell-Drums, Rodrigo Moreno-Bass and Antonio Dangond-Keys. With all members being influenced by different genres such as jazz, indie-rock, singer-songwriter and experimental, ...

Jennie Lawless – Care 4 U Carefully

Lawless began writing Care 4 U Carefully after her partner Chris was in a bad mood on his birthday. She didn’t like the way she reacted to his feelings. “It began as a mantra and reminder to be more thoughtful, ...

The New Respects – Freedom

The New Respects have returned with “Freedom,” the family quartet’s first single from its upcoming debut full-length album. Released today on Credential Recordings and produced by Theron Feemster (Demi Lovato, Ellie Goulding, Eminem, Sia), “Freedom” exudes confidence, showcasing the fierce, ...

The Faded North – State I’m In

Released on Monday, “State I’m In” is a new single blending shoegaze-y sentiments with post-rock rhythms and indie-rock, a success on all fronts for The Faded North, who hail from Britain though presently call Vienna home. They aptly classify their ...

Golan (ft. Island Chain) – Rocket Love

Coming from different musical backgrounds, the now five active members of Golan have cultivated a recognizable sound of their own. By mixing a vast array of instruments, both live and in the recording studio, they definitely stand out. Check out ...