Minke, “Armour”

It’s fine not feeling fine.

Mirror Manor, “Diamond Dust”

Thoroughly electronic.

Goldmine Sacks

Week in Pop: Horse Girl, Kim Gray, Yuzima

Blue of Noon, Dev Ray, The Luxembourg Signal, guest selections by Kirin J Callinan.

So Below, “Ruin”

The track has a sinister edge, while still making you want to dance.

Sorcha Richardson, “4AM”

“The song is about being alone and confident, rather than wounded and self-effacing in misguided relationship.”

Ivan Dorn, “Such a Bad Surprise”

We can’t stop listening.

Luna Shadows, “Thorns”

Luna has a voice that is reminiscent of a mix between Halsey and Ellie Goulding.


Queen Hilma Share “Where Did You Go”, Love “Friends”

Goldmine Sacks

Week in Pop: Friendless Summer, Jay Stone, Lady Lazarus

Crewdson, Deep Cuts, Houseplants, Holy Wave, guest selections by Fred Schneider.

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.