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  • Into The Blue - Lydia Ainsworth
    Lydia Ainsworth released her sophomore album, Darling Of The Afterglow, late last month — read our interview with the Toronto-based musician here — and she’s about to embark on a tour in support of it. To mark the occasion, she’s shared a characteristically eye-catching video for “Into The Blue” that was once again directed by her sister Abby Ainsworth, who also did t...
  • Free From The Normal - Anna Wise
    A couple months ago, Anna Wise released The Feminine: Act II, a sequel of sorts to last year’s EP that sees the Kendrick Lamar collaborator tapping into her jazzier, more experimental side. Today, she’s shared a video for “Free From The Normal,” and it continues a lineage of intimate clips that began with “Coconuts” and continued with “Balance In All.” This one sees W...
  • Done With You - Boehm
    Teeming with joyful chimes and CADE’s sugar-coated vocals, ‘Done With You’ is an array of Boehm’s vast production style in a nutshell. So absurdly infectious it could easily turn into a widespread epidemic, this record will dominate the airwaves well throughout the summer....
  • Tear Us Apart - Swear And Shake
    ’Tear Us Apart’ sees the band returning in stellar form … if it took four years for Swear and Shake to give us an album full of songs this good, then it will have been well worth the wait." – Paste Magazine. For a moment the room is silent, hanging on to a heart-wrenching ballad. Then, in just a few chords the crowd is swept back on their feet again, dancing, smiling,...
  • Be My Baby - Hurray For The Riff Raff
    Rocking classic cat eye-liner, the half-up beehive hairdo, and the center of the spotlight, Hurray For The Riff Raff’s Alynda Lee Segarra perfectly emulates the Shindig! 1965 performance by the Ronettes of “Be My Baby.” The ’60s staple is a regular for Segarra’s setlist when performing live, but the new visual allows her to directly inhabit a bygone era. The video is ...
  • Pretty Girl - Elise Davis
    The Token was produced by Sam Kassirer of Josh Ritter’s band (who has also produced Ritter, Langhorne Slim, Lake Street Dive etc). It also features a great band with Josh Kaufman (Aaron & Brice Dessner of The National’s collaborator for Day Of The Dead) on guitar, Bradley Cook (Sharon Van Etten) on bass, and Matt McCaughan (Bon Iver, Hiss Golden Messenger) on drums. A...
  • Shackles - Nick Martin
    You know what used to suck? Things sold separately. Batteries, Barbie’s convertible. One Christmas, a young Bearded Boy was obsessed with these elastic heart things (you know, the stuff that Sia wrote a song about) that were sticky and you could throw at a wall and they would crawl down the wall. The fact that they were heart-shaped was mostly ironic, since it was cle...
  • Who You Want - Qulinez
    Easily one of their most bewitching records to date, ‘Who You Want’ marks Qulinez’s return to Armada Trice. Packing jaw-dropping vocals, massive synth waves and underlying chord progressions that make fans frantically hold their breath, this is the kind of song that gets you through the toughest of days....
  • Wishing Girl - Lola Marsh
    Tel Aviv based indie duo Lola Marsh had great success with their 2016 EP, You’re Mine. Both singles from the EP, "Sirens" and "You’re Mine" totaled 10 million streams on Spotify, principally in the US. Now, their eagerly anticipated debut album, Remember Roses is set for release on June 9, 2017. The album kicks off with a new single "Wishing Girl" an unstoppable song ...
  • Physical - Aces
    Physical is a colourful promo which concentrates on each band member's satirical relationships in this fun, tongue-in-cheek vid for The Aces. When hanging out with your friends is much more rewarding than being with stinky boys... Charlotte Rutherford pink-hued, neon-glowed video focusses on each of girlband The Aces's sad relationships with the opposite sex, in an en...
  • Text From Sweden - Yumi Zouma
    Today, New Zealand synthpoppers Yumi Zouma release their extremely limited-edition full-album cover version of the Oasis classic (What’s The Story) Morning Glory?; we’ve posted their versions of “She’s Electric” and “Champagne Supernova.” But the band has also chosen today to drop a video for “Text From Sweden,” a twinkly track from their 2016 album Yoncalla. The band...
  • Eliza Jane - Hite
    Lovely and unsettling. Brightly arranged and shot through with darkness. Rooted in folk yet still using the language of art rock and electronica. The artist Hite revels in these contradictions in her striking debut album Light Of A Strange Day. Hite is someone we’ve met before: she is the singer, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Julia Easterlin, who collaborated wi...
  • This Song - RAC
    Acclaimed artist RAC (pronounced Ar-Ay-Cee)—known as Andre Allen Anjos—releases the first single, "This Song," off his highly anticipated new album out this summer via Counter Records. The track features vocals from songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Rostam, formerly of Vampire Weekend, who has collaborated with Solange, Frank Ocean, Hamilton Leithauser, R...