Sur Back, “Occam’s Razor”
Drawing on New Order and St. Vincent in equal measure.
Rey Res, “The World”
Invoking Tupac’s philosophy of overcoming struggle.
Cruel Summer, “Leeches”
Protest, psych-kissed dream pop made to fight the scourge of the tech overlords.
Stream BZRK’s, Anesthetic Awareness mixtape
Awaking the third eye while keeping comfortably numb.
Dude York, “Hesitate”
Curing lonely blues with sci-fi, Buick trunk ghost tales.
Rubblebucket, “Carousel Ride” (Perfect Pussy/Shaun Sutkus remix)
A reworked amusement ride of sound & an unfinished colaboration.
Young Braised, “Sprained Ankle”
An exercise in free association with Canadian rapper Young Braised.
No Monster Club, “Arms Across America”
Weirdo bedroom pop oozing with charm.
Refrigerator, “This Woman Here”
Shrimper Records celebrates 25 years with a new album from the band that started it all.
Brown Bread, “Hologram”
The song used to be about Kim Deal, but now it is about climate change.
Gal Pals, “Ex-Marionette”
Two friends ready their debut.
Stream Laughing Fingers’ Two EPs
Stream the three new songs added the front of the Haller Meets The Machine EP.
Bo and the Locomotive, “Pistol”
An intense folk rock jam with searing lyrics.
Fishers, “Arizona Broke”
Transfixing patterns of sound from Dale Eisinger’s solo project.
Leggy, “Girls Like Us”
Girls like these don’t grow on trees.