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Daydream Review Announce Debut LP with Wandering “Have You Found What You’re Looking For?”

With the lead single from Leisure, the Chicago psych-pop outfit crafts music that lives up to the hazy promise of their band name.

January 23, 2023
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j solomon Dials Up the Angst—But Not His Mom—on New Single “Home”

A staple of the NYC-based songwriter’s live set is finally getting a proper release ahead of Jesse Moldovsky’s Sleeping in the Garden EP.

January 20, 2023
veronicavon Long for Sunnier Days in Their New “Good Girl” Visual

The self-described “glo-fi” duo’s new music video takes cues from Wes Anderson and Napoleon Dynamite.

January 18, 2023
Tomper Groove Through the Desert in Their New Video for “Cruise Control”

The SLC-based band’s debut single is a sunny love song about sharing everything from Oreos to The Sopranos.

November 02, 2022
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ella jane Searches for the Real ella jane on New Single “Warhol”

The LA-based indie-pop songwriter debuts a tender but confident coming-of-age bop ahead of her Marginalia EP.

October 27, 2022
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Ivy Lab’s “Dogma” Visual Elevates Sign-Spinning to an Art Form

The London duo share the second single off their forthcoming LP, Infinite Falling Ground.

September 28, 2022
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Work Wife Captures the Bliss and Blur of an Endless Night in “Ride, Ride” Video

Colatura’s Meredith Lampe announces her debut solo EP Quitting Season with a softly exhilarating single.

August 25, 2022
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June Jones and Katie Dey Find Each Other in Cyberspace in the Video for New Track “If Only”

The latest single from Jones feels like a knowing hug from across the world.

August 16, 2022
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Taleen Kali Serves Rage and Resilience with Her “Flower of Life” Visual

The LA indie rocker wants you to march—and mosh—to the battle anthem and title track of her forthcoming album.

August 12, 2022
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Nisa Announces New EP with the Trust-Issues Bop “Exaggerate”

The Brooklyn-based songwriter shares the title track from her forthcoming Nate Amos-produced project.

August 08, 2022
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Doll Spirit Vessel Freeze Childhood Mementos in Their “What Stays” Visual

The indie rock trio shares the intimate title track of their forthcoming debut album.

July 28, 2022
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Fonteyn Takes a Blissed-Out Bike Trip in Her “Girl on a Motorcycle” Visual

The Born Losers signee previews her forthcoming EP with more sepia-tone sunshine pop.

July 15, 2022
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Jackie Cohen Runs for Her Life in a New Haley Dahl–Directed “Moonstruck” Video

The LA-based songwriter announces her third album with a song dedicated to two national treasures: Cher and Nicolas Cage.

July 14, 2022
Rapport Take Over a Drive-In Theater in Their “Can’t Get It to Last” Video

The Toronto band celebrates the release of their new EP with a Grease-inspired visual.

July 08, 2022
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Claude Chews on Life’s Thorniest Questions in the Video for New Single “Roses”

Chicago dream-pop purveyor Claudia Ferme shares the second single off her debut album a lot’s gonna change, due August 12.

July 06, 2022
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Aunt Kelly Take Responsibility for a Relationship Rough Patch on “Nurturing”

The Chicago band teases their debut album with a fiery, full-throated single about romantic disappointment.

May 11, 2022
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Dylan Moon Crafts Dance Music for Another Dimension with “Deep Time”

The Los Angeles musician shares a new self-directed visual ahead of his sophomore album Option Explore.

May 10, 2022
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Erin Anne Captures the Nocturnal Buzz of a New Romance on “Echo Park Vampire”

Fuzzed-out guitars and wiry synths punch up this Buffy the Vampire Slayer–inspired love song from the LA-based musician.

April 26, 2022
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Anne Malin Finds Resilience on “Destroyer” and “Redeemer” Ahead of New Album “Summer Angel”

The Nashville-based poet and musician returns with a pair of singles off her forthcoming album due June 17 via Dear Life Records.

April 11, 2022
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Popstrangers Commandeer a Shuttered Karaoke Room in Their “In Spirit” Video

The London-via-New-Zealand indie rockers balance distortion and nostalgia on the title track off their upcoming third album.

April 07, 2022
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Tess Roby Communes with the LA River in Her New “Path” Video

The Montreal-based composer shares another entrancing cut from her sophomore album Ideas of Space.

April 05, 2022
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Companion Thaw in Bed After a Chilly Night Out on New Single “Snowbank”

Twin sisters Jo and Sophia Babb debut a fittingly tender visual by illustrator Gaia Esther Maria ahead of their debut album Second Day of Spring.

April 05, 2022
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Yot Club’s Ryan Kaiser Shakes Up a Deadbeat Day Job in “u dont kno me” Video

The Nashville-based singer and producer turns small town boredom into surf-pop abandon on his new single.

March 18, 2022
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Sea Lemon Turns Social Anxiety Into Feel-Good Dream Pop on “Turn Away”

The Seattle-based songwriter will open for fellow jangle-pop favorites Ducks Ltd. later this month.

March 10, 2022
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Stray Fossa Soundtrack a Trippy Tour Video with “Better Late Than…”

The Virginia band crafts wavy, windows-down dream-pop on their latest single.

March 07, 2022
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Loren Berí Announces Debut EP with the Magnetic “My Brooklyn (Is Better Than Yours)”

The Brooklyn artist’s debut single is a clever, catchy homage to NYC.

February 22, 2022
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Alyssa Gengos Fights Dreary Thoughts with Dreamy Melodies on “In the Real World”

The latest video from the LA-based singer and producer captures a carefree reunion in Copenhagen.

February 07, 2022
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Veronica Everheart Will Take Whatever Hope She Can Get on “time and time again”

The Phoenix-based songwriter introduces subtle electronic touches on her new single.

January 31, 2022
Goon’s “Garden of Our Neighbor” Video Is a Spacey Love Letter to the LA River

The LA rockers share the first glimpse of a two-part project called “Paint by Numbers.”

January 27, 2022
Catherine Moan Serves Up a Sugary Ode to Crushing Hard—and Crashing Harder—on “Soda Pop”

The Philly-based artist shares a caffeinated cut from an extended version of her debut album “Chain Reaction,” due out January 11.

January 10, 2022
Foster the People’s Mark Foster Reflects on Life Before and After “Torches”

Foster discusses the album ahead of its new 10th anniversary reissue, nearly moving to Turkey instead of recording it, and collaborating with Taylor Swift.

November 11, 2021
BROODS Announce New Album with the Swirling Breakup Bop “Heartbreak”

The sibling duo announce their fourth full-length album with an intergalactic visual courtesy of animator Dr. Foothead and a brief Q&A with the band’s Georgia Nott.

November 09, 2021
Tangerine Long for Connection on the Breezy Lounge Bop Single “See You There”

LA indie-pop musicians Marika Justad and Toby Kuhn channel former tourmates SALES in a sunny guitar track fueled by loneliness.

November 04, 2021


They/Live Searches for Synth-Pop Divinity on “To Know Your Love (Part II)”

LA-based songwriter Whitney Mower shares another dreamy, angelic arrangement off her forthcoming “Violet Coda” EP.

November 01, 2021
Shallou Turns Quarantine Melancholy Into Dancefloor Abandon on “High Tide”

The LA-based producer debuts a dreamy dance track inspired by “this feeling of drowning during quarantine.”

October 22, 2021
FPA Harnesses Pure Feminine Energy in Her New “Princess Wiko” Visual

Frances Priya Anczarski shares the title track from her forthcoming LP, and answers some of our questions about the project.

October 13, 2021
The Velveteers Wrestle Their Inner Demons in “Father of Lies” Video

The Denver rock trio drops into an abandoned slaughterhouse for their new visual.

September 29, 2021
Red Ribbon Chases Transcendence in “High” Video

Emma Danner’s new single is a dazed, languid indie rock number about—you guessed it—getting extremely high.

May 11, 2021
The Lagoons Look Ahead on the Surf-Pop Meditation “Daybreak”

The Southern California duo deliver a hazy, post-pandemic reflection in their latest single.

May 10, 2021