Alex G "Harvey"




    Today the Pygmalion Festival announced its final lineup / schedule which included the addition of lo-fi up-and-comer Alex G. I had a listen to his debut LP, DSU this morning and it’s filled with wistful, heart-on-your-sleeve pop gems like this endearing track named “Harvey”.

    DSU is out now on Orchid Tapes

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  2. Tennis "I'm Callin'"




    Indie Pop duo Tennis will be releasing their third album next month and following their excellent EP last year and the exuberant first single “Never Work For Free”, I’m pretty excited to hear it. “I’m Callin’" is the latest track, a delightfully breezy foray into 70’s folk pop/rock. 

    Ritual In Repeat is out 9/9 via Communion Records

  3. Album Stream: Cymbals Eat Guitars "Lose"

    Staten Island indie rockers Cymbals Eat Guitars third album LOSE is streaming this week at NPR First Listen. I’ve been a fan of these guys from the very beginning and I still can’t get over how much this new album absolutely kills.

    LOSE is out 8/26 on Barsuk.

  4. Kindness “World Restart ft. Kelela & Ade”

    I think World, You Need a Change of Mind from Kindness was one of the most promising debuts in recent years and the funk/disco/electronic artist has just released the intoxicating first single, “World Restart” for his sophomore album Otherness. If you love sax solos, you’re in for a treat.

    Otherness is out 10/14 on Female Energy / Mom + Pop.

    Kindness “World Restart ft. Kelela & Ade”

    I think World, You Need a Change of Mind from Kindness was one of the most promising debuts in recent years and the funk/disco/electronic artist has just released the intoxicating first single, “World Restart” for his sophomore album Otherness. If you love sax solos, you’re in for a treat.

    Otherness is out 10/14 on Female Energy / Mom + Pop.

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  6. The Raveonettes "Sisters"




    The criminally underrated noise-pop duo The Raveonettes released a surprise new album Pe’ahi last month. I’m a big fan of the visceral first single “Sisters”, a return to the extra loud fuzz-pop of the band’s early work with haunting vocal melodies and loud/soft dynamics.

    Pe’ahi is out now via their website.

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