Category: Track Reviews

Rachika Nayar The Trembling of Glass

Rachika Nayar turns ambient on its head with “The Trembling of Glass”

“The Trembling of Glass” is taken from Rachika Nayar’s upcoming album Our Hands Against The Dusk, due March 5 via

Ailsa Tully parasite video by Finn O Hara

Ailsa Tully unleashes her venom on wonderfully dichotomous track “Parasite”

Welsh up and comer Ailsa Tully releases her brooding second single “Parasite” since signing to Dalliance Recordings. Ailsa Tully has

Katy Kirby Juniper JACKIE LEE YOUNG

Katy Kirby writes about all things moms on “Juniper”

Nashville-based singer-songwriter Katy Kirby plants seeds for her forthcoming album with dynamic new single “Juniper”. Katy Kirby is back with

Hand Habits 4th july video

Hand Habits digs deep on “4th of july”

Bury yourself in “4th of July”, the newest release from Meg Duffy aka Hand Habits. Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Meg Duffy

wy come here video David Möller

Wy expand their softer side on stripped back, vulnerable cut “Come Here”

Malmö-based duo Wy are back with diaristic fragile track “Come Here” ahead of third album Marriage out May via Rama

julia-sophie i wish video premiere

Julia-Sophie furthers her sonic experimentation on dazzling cut “I Wish”

Julia-Sophie is back with “I Wish,” the first single from her forthcoming sophomore EP out via Slow Dance annual compilation.

TOLEDO Dog Has Its Day Nick Ventura

TOLEDO harness heartbreak on “Dog Has Its Day”

Brooklyn-based indie pop group TOLEDO explore the darkness and lightness of love lost with “Dog Has Its Day,” the new

Lavender Blue Beware video

Lavender Blue goes back to slowcore basics on “Beware”

“Beware” is taken from Lavender Blue‘s upcoming EP, I Get Lost, to be released later this year. Kayla Zuskin kept