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EXCITED ABOUT: The Wavy Awards 2021

We are super excited to attend The Wavy Awards tomorrow evening, held on the Lower East Side in New York. The award show will celebrate historically excluded artists in a ceremony that is decidedly inclusive. The event will be live-streamed for free on The Wavy Awards’ YouTube Channel at 6:30[…]

SONG PICK: Bunny X – Young & In Love

Earlier this week, New York-based Synthwave/Italo disco duo Bunny X  released their highly awaited debut album Young & In Love via Aztec Records. We dig all the tracks on the nostalgia-tinged and oh-so-dance-ready album and decided to feature the album’s title track, because -who doesn’t remember the feeling of being[…]

SONG PICK: Black Marble – Preoccupation (Video)

Black Marble‘s new single “Preoccupation” got us hooked immediately with its sweet analog synths and managed to keep the momentum going, thanks to the warm and earthy vocals and the irresistible production. Throw in a lovely, video by mixed-media collective Crack Cloud and we’re officially swooning. The video plays with[…]

Aerhart

SONG PICK: Aerhart – Hold Me Closer Give Me Space

Aerhart is the project of Brooklyn-based singer and producer Amelia Wellers. On October 22, she will release her debut album “Wallflower,” a beautiful piece of experimental electronic music grounded by her ethereal vocals. The first single, “Hold Me Closer Give Me Space,” is driven by an intricate rhythm juxtaposed with[…]

SONG PICK: Silver Relics – Tails

New York-based psych-rock band Silver Relics release the catchy “Tails.” Formed in late 2017 by songwriter Alex Sepassi, Silver Relics have their roots in classics rock spiced with a flurry of modern elements. The result is a highly pleasing melange of sounds and vibes. Asked about “Trails,” Sepassi says: “Tails”[…]

SONG PICK: Fair Visions – Channel

“Channel” is the newest single from Fair Visions‘ upcoming EP Modern Kids. The New York-based post-punk band goes a little darker and maybe even more mysterious on “Channel.” Fair Visions’ sound is inspired by the greatest of the electronic/industrial genre, think New Order or Depeche Mode but they certainly put[…]