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ASHRR – No Garden

ASHRR is the musical project of Grammy award-nominated producer Ethan Allen, vocalist Steven Davis, and pianist and multi-instrumentalist Josh Charles, who blend their collective sum of influences into mesmerizing interplanetary recordings for the desert, the city, or the beach. Yesterday, they released the gorgeous and instantly irresistible “No Garden.” Asked[…]

Hazel English Day Wave

Hazel English – All Dressed Up (ft. Day Wave) [Video]

For her new song “All Dressed Up,” L.A.-via-Australia singer/songwriter Hazel English is joined by her co-writer and -producer Jackson Philips aka Day Wave on vocals. Both also star in the beautifully washed-out video that perfectly reflects the summer vibes of the track. “Maybe we should be together,” is the song’s[…]

Victory Chimes – New Mode [Video]

When I first came across Victory Chimes, over three years ago, I was immediately hooked by the mesmerizing, brooding vibe and the very intriguing vocals. No different now with “New Mode,” the recent single from the just-released album When the Fog Rolls In. Victory Chimes is the musical project of[…]

Sorcha Richardson

Sorcha Richardson – Archie [Video]

“Archie” is a beautiful and emotional song about the inevitable changes that happen while we grow up and start pursuing our dreams. “If you get a way out, call me when you land,” Irish singer/songwriter Sorcha Richardson quotes her lost friend. And she did – she lived in Brooklyn for[…]

Art D'Ecco

Art d’Ecco – Midlife Crisis [Video]

Art d’Ecco‘s music sounds pleasantly familiar in its nod to 80s synth-pop and paired with fantastic vocals and imaginative songwriting. We first came across the Canadian artist, at home in Vancouver, British Columbia during this year’s New Colossus Festival and were immediately hooked. “Midlife Crisis” marks Art d’Ecco’s latest single[…]

Polartropica

Polartropica – Terminator

Cherise Wu aka Polartropica does synth-pop in the vein of early Grimes: light-hearted, creative, and with a quirky edge. Her latest song, “Terminator,” refers to the deadly cyborgs from the future – not the one played by Arnold Schwarzenegger, but the more sophisticated, shapeshifting model of the first sequel, which[…]

Katy J Pearson – Alligator [Video]

As a teenage girl in the 80s, I wish someone as utterly amazing as Katy J Pearson would have been around! I would have played her songs until the tape in my walkman started to give up. I also would have decorated my room with posters and magazine snippets of[…]

Helen Dagnya

Helen Ganya – Pleasure Dome

When the dark, high-energy synth-pop track “Pleasure Dome” came up on a playlist, I was delighted to see that U.K. singer/songwriter Helen Ganya is no unknown here: under the name Dog in the Snow, she has recorded music since 2015, for example, our Song Pick “Plastic Body.” Also check out[…]

Dekker – I Only Hope To Feel Love

Indie-folk musician Brooklyn Dekker, who makes music as Dekker, released his brilliant sophomore album  I Won’t Be Your Foe, of which “I Only Hope To Feel Love” marks the last single. The track is immediately irresistible with its mesmerizing production, featuring Dekker’s beautiful falsetto. How do you think a track with such[…]

Elis Noa

Elis Noa – Mad About You

We know Elis Noa from Vienna, Austria, for their elegant future pop since 2019, back then still as a three-piece. They are about to release their second full-length, “I Was About To Leave,” this Friday. The latest single, “Mad About You,” had some self-therapeutic effects on singer Elisa as she[…]