Elizabeth Schneider

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SEPHA, “Real Enough”

Draws you in immediately.

Equators, “Tut’s Lazy Burial”

Dreamy, fluid with haunting lyrics.

Surf Dads, “Scary Liza”

An invite to dance like no one is watching.

Office Culture, “Big Scheme”

A velvety smooth melody.

Whimsical, “Lost and Found”

A wonderfully strong piece.

Narrow Waves, “Hear Me Out”

Pitch perfect harmonies.

Silence in the Snow, “Lost Gems”

A pulsating vision.

All Things Blue, “Milk & Honey”

Fresh sounds and fun rhythms.

Steady Sun, “Life At One Twenty Two”


Young Fox, “Sometimes the Monsters Win”

Emotional and skillful.

Jon McKiel, “Conduit”

Crisp and loud.

Auditorium, The First Music

Each song leaves you wanting more.

Callow, “Always About the Ones Who Have It All”

A stark picture painted with remarkable music.

Laughed the Boy, “Bell Rock”

A strong 90’s bent.

Blood Ponies, “Let Me In”

Builds from a seemingly nuanced rock song into a crescendo of lyrics and music.

Gold Casio, “Socialites and Singer Types”

An amusing picture.

The Wintyr, “Fury”

Graceful and powerful.

Plattenbau, “Threshold”

Much more than a techno anthem.

Harlea, “You Don’t Get It”

So much power.