23 Jun
Australia's psychedelic dream pop trio drop self-titled EP

Hailing from the eastern shores of Sydney, Australia, Sherlock’s Daughter‘s psychedelic twist on the dream pop sound immerses you into a world of lush, melancholic thoughts. Led by Tanya Horo, the frontwoman’s angelic, at times twee voice is backed by two bandmates bound to create a soundscape that matches her melodies — one often flourished […]


2 Jun
A pop folk ode to Material Things

Don’t be surprised if you start hearing the ear-worm whistling of Jake Troth‘s first single, “Material Things”, in the most materialistic of places. The song is a 150-second burst of pop magic, a delirious ode to all things fine and expensive — the track’s melodic hook, matched with the simple “cha-ching” chorus, will follow you […]


10 May
Roanoke, Virginia's finest hazy musical musings

The Eternal Summers are a duo of hazy-minded musicians emerging from the forests of Roanoke, Virginia, eager to share their dream punk to whoever can bring their music to the world at hand. Comprised of singer/guitarist Yun and drummer Daniel Cundiff, the inverted White Stripes duo are both members of the Magic Twig Community, “a […]


29 Apr
Elegiacal indie confessions from Alpharetta, Georgia

There’s no shaking the undeniable catchiness of Manchester Orchestra, the Alpharetta, Georgia band whose elegiacal “Simple Math” has taken over college radio. At first listen one could brush it off as a very capably written indie pop song, and you wouldn’t be wrong. But at second and third listens the track becomes an earworm, and […]


13 Apr
Raucous garage rock from Puerto Rico

Davilla 666 has been hailed by some as “The World’s Greatest Party Band”, and while that may be a large title to wield, it’s one Davilla 666 take very seriously not seriously. After releasing the digital EP Mala in September of last year (In The Red Records), the Puerto Rican sextet just dropped their second […]


6 Apr
Austin, Texas trio prepare for May 10th album "E.S.P."

You have to love any band who’s favorite person to take a long train ride would be Uncle Buck and Yoko Ono. And those are two of the three first-ballot ride mates of Austin, Texas’ Love Inks — as they explain in our Q&A below. The trio play simple dream pop, stripped down indie united […]


23 Feb
Memphis future blues by way of New Jersey

Boski Delrizzo, aka Bosco Delrey, is here to save rock n’ roll. As in the twang guitar, blues infused Tennessee-incubated music that makes you want to drink long gulps of cold beer in a smokey bar and eat stale popcorn as some guy on a stage rips everyone a new ear hole. His debut album, […]


4 Feb
Dubstep/dancehall/bhangra MC drops “Freak You Back” EP

Los Angeles via Brooklyn via Trinidad and Tobago MC Juakali has been lacing flows over bass-influenced tracks since his debut on Pinch’s Underwater Dancehall record in 2007. In that time the globetrotting lyricist has remained innovative across dub, reggae, dubstep, dancehall, bhangra, grime, electronic and experimental genres, always keeping the anchor of bass as the […]