Category: Track Reviews

Houndsteeth Rodeo

Houndsteeth embrace self-discovery on imaginative track “Rodeo”

“Rodeo” is taken from Houndsteeth‘s Hold Your Horses, out October 27 via Otherly Love Records. Houndsteeth‘s upcoming album, Hold Your

Deirdre Only You

Deirdre is lovesick and lonely on “Only You”

Meet Deirdre, the Copenhagen-based musician who is going to shake up the Danish indie scene with sad lyrics, good vibes,

George Riley Un​:​limited Love Elixir

George Riley announces new EP on Ninja Tune, shares “Elixir”

“Elixir” is taken from George Riley‘s upcoming EP, Un​/​limited Love, out November 10 via Ninja Tune. With her soulful, introspective,

Sea Lemon Stop at Nothing EP

Sea Lemon’s Stop At Nothing EP cements her as a force to be reckoned with

Sea Lemon‘s sophomore EP, Stop At Nothing, out today via Luminelle, shows how far the Seattle singer-songwriter has come, and

Ditch Days When It's Over premiere interview

Portuguese-Canadian band Ditch Days debut dancey single “When It’s Over”

Ditch Days on relationships, recording, and what brand of cider to drink while listening to new single “When It’s Over,”

Mali Velasquez Tore video

Mali Velasquez will make you blush with embarrassment on debut track “Tore”

Nashville-based singer-songwriter Mali Velasquez cements herself as a singer-songwriter to watch with “Tore”, the first single off of forthcoming debut

City Dress Empires of Honey

City Dress asks if you got what you wanted on buzzy “Empires of Honey”

Christina Skramstad doesn’t hold back on new track “Empires of Honey” for project City Dress, the first release since her

Laveda Fuck

Shut the “F***” up and listen to Laveda’s newest single

New York-based band Laveda taps into angst and anger on their latest, shoegaze-inspired track off of their forthcoming record with