Tell – Ivory

Tell are a new two-piece from Brooklyn, who plan on releasing a 7-song EP in the upcoming months. If new track “Ivory” is any indication, Tell will be rising quickly throughout the Brooklyn scene and beyond. The track showcases a ...
Pop

Zosia – Water

With a diverse set of influences, today Zosia creates alternative electro-pop with elements of trip hop, rock and alternative R&B. Using her strong vocals and cinematic synths, Zosia has built a world of her own filled with strength and knowing. With lyrics ...

i2m1 – Illusion

i2m1 is the project of Irene Carson and Graham Gale. The duo impresses strongly throughout new album Zoo, streaming in full below. Spanning 20 tracks and ranging in stylistic tone from acoustic-led lushness (“Rusted”) to dazzling synth-pop (“Illusion”) and murky post-punk ...

Stranger Things – Gravity

Formed in 2010, Stranger Things is the project of longtime friends Gabriel Wingård and Anna Falk, from Stockholm, Sweden. Their debut EP, Where You Go, released in 2012. This spring, the duo have released their long-awaited Gravity EP, comprised of four tracks, including ...
Pop

Foss – Twigs

FOSS are a fresh indie-pop duo from Iceland & the Netherlands. Minimalist synths and vocals make for a barren introduction, with stabs of synths emerging around the 43-second mark alongside husky male vocals accompanying the female lead. As guitars enter ...
Pop

SHY Martin – Forget to Forget

This is the brand new pop banger from SHY Martin. Not only is Forget to Forget ridiculously catchy, it also benefits from the awesome, superstar vocals that SHY Martin brings to the track. Every ingredient of a summer hit can ...
Pop

Dresage – Gallery

Dresage, the pop project of Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter/producer Keeley Bumford, impresses with new track “Gallery”. Evolving from active, clanking rhythms and whirring synths, the track’s first hook hits just past the 50-second mark, when trickling synths accompany an uptick in ...
Pop

DPLV – Look Back

DPLV’s new track “Look Back” is a deep electro-pop cut, with striding percussion and anthemic vocals working alongside a post-punk-friendly guitar line and nocturnal synth flickering. It’s a ceaselessly engaging effort with a hypnotic yet infectious allure, which stands strong ...