Category: Track Reviews

Gregory Dillon Plastic Ferrari Video Premiere

Gregory Dillon explores the pressure of perfection in “Plastic Ferrari”

Gregory Dillon‘s “Plastic Ferrari” video, that we’re so excited to be premiering today, questions whether all plastic is fantastic. 2020

JW Francis New York video

JW Francis’s “New York” is a left-field, jangle-pop gem

JW Francis‘s new track, “New York,” is out today via Sunday Best Recordings. JW Francis’s transatlantic background is seamlessly translated

Young Ejecta Cheese video Ride Lonesome Crayon Cactus video

Young Ejecta bring out the American nightmare in “Cheese”

“Cheese” is the third single taken from Young Ejecta‘s brand new album, Ride Lonesome, out on Driftless Recordings. Days after

Drauve - LMK

Drauve embrace a new sound on delightfully woozy single “LMK”

Pittsburgh’s dream-pop duo Drauve tease upcoming EP on Invertebrate with dreamy new single “LMK”. After releasing three stellar singles back

Cape Francis Just Because

Cape Francis faces his demons head on in fearless mantra “Just Because”

New York-based innovator Cape Francis releases heartfelt warning to his past self on airy single “Just Because.” The track is

Tenfold Response to Rivers Video Premiere

Tenfold debuts video for stripped-back, astral single “Response To Rivers”

Dutch singer-songwriter Tenfold debuts a melancholy video accompaniment to single “Response To Rivers”. Releasing a steady stream of music since

Crack Cloud Tunnel Vision video

Crack Cloud pull no punches on “Tunnel Vision”

“Tunnel Vision” is taken from Crack Cloud‘s debut album Pain Olympics, out July 17 on Meat Machine and Tin Angel

Japan, Man - The Bad Days

Japan, Man drops smouldering titular track from her debut EP: The Bad Days

Beirut-based burgeoning talent Japan, Man releases the final single and titular track of her debut EP “The Bad Days”. Here