Radical Dads, “In The Water”
An energetic thriller off their upcoming EP.
Fuzzy sun-starched layers burn together for the best of Portland’s “basement philharmonix.”
Tomorrows Tulips, “Papers By The TV”
A song about a hobbit hut/party house by the Pacific Ocean.
Froth, “Saccharine Sunshine”
Flying higher than a daredevil fleet of sunshine soaring supermen.
Roger Sellers, “Lates”
Heavy on the layered voices and birdsong, the Texan offers a peek of his fourth release.
School Dance, “Slow Motion”
The Philly band unnerves us with frantically soulful synth melodies.
TEEEL, “Disk Go”
Mixing courtship and couture with timeless techno chops.
Sungod, “Shiftless En Nkawkaw”
Through multi-dimensional landscape-rock, Sungod continue the tradition of exploring psychedelia.
Doomsday Student, “Lifeboat Blues”
A game of Russian roulette without the gun.
Stream Mumblr’s Debut Album, Full of Snakes
Fuzz punk snake-charmers attack fear relentlessly.
Yppah, “Little Flag”
A new, sparkling psych-tinged song to jump start a West Coast tour.
Vetter Kids, “Down Goes The Teenage Hoodlum”
No making excuses, time to pick yourself back up.
Estrogen Highs, “Argyle Enthusiast”
New lo-fi track divulges the band’s fear of dad fashion.
Future Punx, “Spike Train”
Future Punx informs us on the digital era with their new LAMC split single with Parquet Courts.
Mattson 2, “Dif Juz”
Two California brothers bring the instrumental noir.