Euphoric

Julien Earle Gives A Toast To Those We Hate Most

There’s a saying that if you have haters, you’re doing something right. Julien Earle’s “The Ones” is a toast to those haters. Through failure, success, love, sadness, sweat, and tears, here’s a melodic middle finger and “Thank You” for all the energy sent my way. What you didn’t realize is that it fuels me. Your […]

Dabin Touches The Heavens In Ethereal Track, “Lights”

“Some nights I can’t explain the way I feel, the way I’m wired. You make things seem so clear. So we can leave the lights on.” Korean-Canadian producer/multi-instrumentalist Dabin recently dropped his EP Pyres. The intimate, two-track collection was co-released with Kannibalen Records and Seeking Blue, and features vocalists Trove and Lexi Norton of Echos. Pyres features future pop tracks “Lights” […]

Washed Out Delights In New Nostalgia-Steeped Track ‘Face Up’

Washed Out‘s Ernest Greene has followed up his 2017 full-length with his first new single, now streaming exclusively via Adult Swim’s Single Series. After an enticing deliverance on Mister Mellow, where Greene archetypally wallows in equal parts euphoria and psychedelia — even managing to drop off a visually stunning counterpart to the new LP while […]

Jumanji Drops Glossy Indie Pop About Relationships Going Nowhere

Stuck in the same loop, this relationship is going nowhere – like “Swings And Roundabouts”. Brighton’s Jumanji are back with a euphoric indie pop single with a focus on our frustratingly circular affairs. “I don’t want to fight,” every time we do it’s just the same old repeat, repeat, repeat. When is repeat going to […]

The Knocks Have Found Their “Ride Or Die” With Foster The People

Babe, we don’t ever have to stop. I know we’re getting older, but we can do this every night. “Who needs a house when I’ve got all these friends?” No mortgage, no responsibilities. Maybe I’ll grow up one day. What’s my age again? The euphoric sense of nostalgia – pining for younger days of youth […]