Category: Track Reviews

Stainwasher Chems video by Henrik Lennartsson

STAINWASHER awakes the eerie and unsettling in ambient-pop single “Chems”

STAINWASHER‘s new track, “Chems,” is out now on Feverish. Last year, STAINWASHER released her debut EP What Did I See.

Crack Cloud Pain Olympics Outer Stew video

Crack Cloud finds freedom in exile on “Ouster Stew”

“Ouster Stew” is taken from Crack Cloud‘s upcoming album, PAIN OLYMPICS, out July 17 on Meat Machine. Our favourite Vancouver

Takykardia Poor Little Anxious Me

Danish trio Takykardia drop relentless single “Poor Little Anxious Me”

Danish trio Takykardia release “Poor Little Anxious Me,” the first single from forthcoming debut album due out fall 2020. Working

Gillian Frances New Bones

Gillian Frances’s “New Bones” is a relentless heartbreaker

“New Bones” is taken from Gillian Frances‘s debut album Miles Away From Myself, out on June 19. A singer-songwriter based

Kotomi Devotion premiere

Kotomi debuts gorgeous ode to committed fervour: “Devotion”

Stream Kotomi‘s new track “Devotion” before it goes live everywhere tomorrow. Kotomi is Lauren Culjak, a self-trained composer and producer

Moon King Vespre Seconds From You

Moon King and Vespre join forces on synth-tastic track “Seconds From You”

Canadian artist Moon King and Detroit-based Vespre come together on synth-based single “Seconds From You,” out today on Arbutus Records.

Maisie May Flying Without You

Maisie May sheds light on the dark side of love with “Flying Without You”

Maisie May releases “Flying Without You,” a dark follow-up to her debut single. Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Maisie May has released a

Natalie Jane Hill Emerald Blue

Natalie Jane Hill paints an idyllic, earthy picture on “Emerald Blue”

Texas-based folk musician Natalie Jane Hill offers a taste of upcoming debut album, Azalea, with mesmerizing single “Emerald Blue”. Beginning