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hunter & wolfe - All The Vultures
hunter & wolfe - All The Vultures

hunter & wolfe - All The Vultures


hunter & wolfe’s “All The Vultures” is the indie rock anthem you need to hear. The opening track off of the Brooklyn-based duo’s newly released record, Late Then Never, “All The Vultures” places you somewhere between some seriously emotional chord progressions and Maffei’s silky smooth vocals — a pretty good pocket of space to exist in, if you ask me. It confronts the discontentment we have with ourselves from time to time, but also validates that no one’s perfect, all within a tightly wrapped three minute package.

Haylee Zalewski on January 17, 2018
Hovvdy - Cranberry

Hovvdy - Cranberry


The Austin duo Hovvdy’s new single, “Cranberry,” is an exercise in emotion through minimalism. Doubled vocals sing over hushed guitars, as a bright synth steeps the song in memory. According to Charlie Martin of Hovvdy, “Cranberry” is about becoming a “better listener and, more generally, being willing to make changes in yourself to be a better person, friend, partner.” It’s a rare song that is at once deceptively simple and disarming.

James Liance on January 16, 2018
The Shacks - Audrey (Spending All My Time With You)

The Shacks - Audrey (Spending All My Time With You)


The Shacks are a refreshing burst of sunshine in these dreary winter months, and tracks like “Audrey (Spending All My Time With You)” are like a warm hug amid the relentless cold. Perhaps it's their youth (the band is barely in their 20s), but there is a refreshing simplicity and idealism to their sound. They harken back to the romanticism of ‘90s shoegazers Slowdive, who, unsurprisingly, were also influenced by the same ‘60s bands that are present in The Shacks’ sound. More sunshine, please!

Jenny Gumbert on January 16, 2018
Tiny Fireflies - 2040

Tiny Fireflies - 2040


“Here we are again / Haven’t I said enough?” Dream pop duo Tiny Fireflies’ newest single, "2040," begins with this ghostly sigh of despair. They’re trudging back into something familiar and it hurts, but it is also transcendent. For five minutes, "2040" explores that one heartbreaking thought. Something is about to claw at the heart again, and they know they can survive it, but it never gets any easier. As with any dream pop track, the subject remains purposefully ambiguous. This song isn’t about something tangible. It’s about a moment that could happen today, tomorrow, next week, or maybe even in the year 2040.

Brett Myers on January 16, 2018
S. Carey - Fool's Gold

S. Carey - Fool's Gold


Wisconsin’s S. Carey is back with this new single from forthcoming album, Hundred Acres, set to be released February 23. The tune starts with mellow guitars and soft vocals reminiscent of his bandmate Justin Vernon. It grows slowly and subtly as the song progresses and Carey sneaks an atmospheric pedal steel, delicate pianos and a droning bass into the mix. The end result is a warm and dreamy soundscape that perfectly welcomes the image of "sapphire skies" painted throughout the song.

Jack Sasner on January 15, 2018
Frankie Cosmos - Jesse

Frankie Cosmos - Jesse


Frankie Cosmos' first single "Jesse" off of upcoming album Vessels was released this past Friday. Greta Kline does what she does best with this song, taking her dreamy voice and at times obscure lyrics to bring you along in her dreamland. You'll love the building guitars tastefully juxtaposed with the lightness of her voice but there's no getting away from this song's honest and relatable lyrics about failed love, hopes for oneself and what moving on looks like.

Dara Bankole on January 15, 2018
QTY - Rodeo

QTY - Rodeo


QTY has a way of pulling us into their sonic world and giving us that intimate and raw New York experience that we all know and love. "Rodeo," the opening track on the band’s recently released self-titled album, really embodies their gritty style. Infused with a vocal delivery comparable to Lou Reed and a guitar hook that screams rock and roll, "Rodeo" will remind you that it’s okay to have a bad day, especially when you have your “very own person” there to stand by your side through it all. 

Haylee Zalewski on January 15, 2018
Adrian Underhill - Weather

Adrian Underhill - Weather


Toronto-based artist Adrian Underhill released his new single “Weather” and it sounds like what I would imagine a sun shower during an earthquake does (in the best way possible). Including a playful combination of keys and a driving beat that needles at the back of the mix, the makeup of the track really imitates what the song is about. Underhill lightheartedly paints a narrative about coming to grips with the reality of growing up and having to adapt to what life throws at you with a very “ce la vie” attitude. Adrian’s electro-soul 10 song LP entitled C U Again is set to be released on February 9, 2018. 

Haylee Zalewski on January 12, 2018
Refs - Boarding It Up

Refs - Boarding It Up


Don't be fooled by REFS' small social followings; this music is the real deal. Brooklyn based Zachary Lipkins' REFS has melded pop with a myriad of textures to create beautiful synth confessionals. He has only released four singles, but a couple have already been featured on HBO's "Girls," The CW's "Riverdale" and MTV's "Scream". This new single builds off of the projects R&B/synth-pop sound with a emotional rawness akin to James Bay. Lipkins' vocal control is not only impressive but incredibly emotive, bubbling all of his feelings into the track so that we too, are filled to the brim. Though we don't know much about REFS, Lipkins' anonymity and short collection makes these releases all the more anticipatory. We can't wait for more.

Natasha Cucullo on January 12, 2018
Lukas Frank - Shame (feat. Phoebe Bridgers)

Lukas Frank - Shame (feat. Phoebe Bridgers)


This ultra somber and haunting song co-written by Lukas Frank and Phoebe Bridgers and can be found on the fourth episode of the new Netflix show Godless. With the repeated line "Where is God now?" heard various times throughout it under the grimacing Western sounding guitar tones, it's the perfect fit for a show about outlaws in the Wild West or if you just like really sad music.

Dara Bankole on January 12, 2018
Typhoon - Rorschach

Typhoon - Rorschach


Typhoon is back with their fourth album, Offerings (out tomorrow), which will also be their first album since 2013. The main man behind the band, Kyle Morton, has discussed how he's interested in the loss of memory, both on the individual level and collectively as a society. “Rorschach,” the second track on the album, speaks to that theme (“How you gonna hold on to your memories?/ How you gonna hold on when you know that you can’t?”). Based on the track list, this album is sure to be a journey through the emotional phases of loss, with “Rorschach” marking a cathartic moment of frustration about the circumstances that you've been presented with. 

Jenny Gumbert on January 11, 2018

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