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Goldmine Sacks

Week in Pop: Certain Futures, Glitter Veils, Lawn Care

Blue Glass, Burner Herzog, Don Mykel, Slow Dancer, guest selections by Beach Fossils.

The Steoples, “From The Otherside”

Their music is defined as “genre free.”

Photay, “Outré Lux” (feat. Madison McFerrin)

The track is expressive and just pulls you in.

Quiet Hollers, “Funny Ways”

Alt-country awesomeness.

The Future

Benedek, “Castle 2 Castle”

Pulls inspiration from the city’s structural and visual dichotomies.

Honors, “Say Yes”

“Say Yes” is slow, seductive, and powerful.

Goldmine Sacks

Week in Pop: Born Days, Deep Cuts, The Hussy

Ekurtis, Space Tyger, ft. guest selections by Larkin Grimm.

Goldmine Sacks

Week in Pop: BSKi, The Ruby Suns, Tunabunny

Confident Hitmakers, Gary’s House, Latitude, Rose Hotel, guest selections by Tunabunny.

Wafia, “83 Days”

“83 days and I’m still not over you…”

Bothering

Mischief Night Shares The Great American Worm, Talks Pre-Show Ritual and Being the Anti-Hero

pop and rock, with a psychedelic influence.

Mt. Joy, “Cardinal”

a beautiful and happy masterpiece, perfect for relaxing in the summertime and enjoying life as it comes

Foreign Air, “Call Off The Dogs”

A chill track that will still compel your body to move to the beat because that’s just how catchy it is.

Goldmine Sacks

Week in Pop: Blue of Noon, Cotillon, Gosh!, Sidewalk Chalk

Acting Strange, The Cats Never Sleep, EL MAR, Hooveriii, ft. special guest Mux Mool.

Harlequiin, “Melt in Olive”

Will dig into your consciousness and take hold.

Freya Wilcox & The Howl, Tooth & Nail

Undeniable, hard-nosed punk