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SALES Delight With Dulcetly-Human New Single, ‘Off and On’

Similar to the ways in which The xx melds emotive elements of electronica with the celestial utterances of Romy Madley Croft and Oliver Sim, the Orlando-based indie duo SALES, too, embodies a sophisticated aural presence through their own distinct marriage of the aforementioned. With a sense of urgency and Lauren Morgan’s dulcet vocal confrontations, SALES thrills on their aptly-named […]

Amen Dunes Is Waging A War Against The Rock ‘N’ Roll Confines

Amen Dunes is Waging A War Against the Great Rock ‘N’ Roll Confines &  Resistance is Futile.  Damon McMahon’s not one for labels. Unless of course, one’s speaking about his Brooklyn-based Sacred Bones, which boasts an offbeat array of artists like Jenny Hval, The Soft Moon, and Zola Jesus, to name a few. Sonically speaking, McMahon’s on the […]

Nilüfer Yanya Is Continuing to Delight With Her Blissfully Smooth Brand of Pop on ‘Thanks 4 Nothing’

Nilüfer Yanya is leading the wave of effortless female pop artists. Accessible and free from reservation, the 22-year old softcore pop erudite is cementing her left-of-field pop purveyor status in a blissful new track “Thanks 4 Nothing.” If a track’s title were ever called to lead an army front of its acoustic embodiment, “Thanks 4 Nothing” […]

Unknown Mortal Orchestra channels a thrasher spirit on aptly-named ‘American Guilt’

Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s returned with a new track named “American Guilt.” It currently remains unclear as to whether “American Guilt” will be part of a more significant project, though the tune itself speaks volumes for the band and a press released signified that its a hint at more to come. “American Guilt” sees UMO making […]

Wooden Shjips prelude new LP with desert mirage, ‘Staring At The Sun’

Don’t stare at the sun they say, You’ll burn your eyes outta your skull they’ll say. Wooden Shjips’ has been staring at the sun and we’ll have what they’re having. The Bay Area-based psychedelic outfit’s best known for their quintessentially spaced out record Back To The Land and its tracks “These Shadows” and “Back To The Land,” which […]