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Scandinavian singer/songwriter Cajsa Siik has returned with a new EP called Low Light Key Sessions, and it’s a decidedly quieter, more introspective collection of songs. Compared to her previous releases, 2017s Domino and 2014s Contra, Low Light Key Sessions feels like a beautifully sentimental journey, albeit a short one. At just five tracks, Sessions gets …

In the spirit of Harry Nilsson, Three Dog Night, and Randy Newman comes the infectious, funky, and piano-led track “Hank” from singer/songwriter Declan O’Donovan. Listen to the track below, and be prepared for moving and grooving.   About the track: Loosely based on an urban legend about a promiscuous Hank Williams and woven into a …

Daniel Lopatin’s musical worlds are labyrinthine to say the least. A Oneohtrix Point Never record is like some vast, crystalline museum where you bask in the beauty of art, ancient objects, and philosophies that you don’t quite understand but they entrance you nonetheless. Lopatin curates walks through his psyche with each successive record; each one …

The Pangea-based band Immigration Unit have just released their new video for the track “Wasting Mornings”. The video precedes the June 29th release of their EP Sofa Heroes. About the EP: The EP features the songs SOFA HEROES, WASTING MORNINGS and FAR INSIDE (live) and two remixes produced by Manuel Gagneux (Aka Birdmask – leader …

Today we’re premiering the new video from The Vera Jonas Experiment. The song is called “Last Song” and you can check it out below. Also, check out Vera at one of her upcoming tour dates. About “Last Song”: Last Song is the first officially released song and music video of Vera Jonas Experiment since its …

I think it’s safe to say that Stephen Malkmus the solo artist has outlived the legend of Stephen Malkmus the dude in Pavement. His output with Pavement, which lasted between 1992 and 1999, was five Pavement records, several singles, and two Silver Jews albums(I’m sure there were one-offs here and there.) From 1999 on Malkmus …

It took me a bit before I truly could appreciate the magic of Beach House’s music. The Baltimore band’s appeal eluded me their first couple records. What I’d heard off of Teen Dream and then Bloom was nice in a passerby sort of way, but I didn’t know what all the accolades were about. What …

You hit play on Broken Lamp’s debut Turn Signals and you’re instantly transported to some alternate universe. A universe where every person you meet seems to be hiding something, every woman is alluring but dangerous, and people can still smoke unfiltered Lucky Strikes on commercial flights from Milan to New York City. At every turn …

I can remember driving 5 hours one way to Louisville, Kentucky to see Wilco at Slugger Field back in late summer of 2007. My wife and I were deep into Jeff Tweedy’s world at that point. I’d lost count of all the times we’d seen the Chicago band by then, but what was one more …

It seems the biggest news over the last 24 hours is that Grimes and Elon Musk are dating. Really? Is that news? Well, if you’re like me and could care a less about who’s dating whom then slap your eyeballs right onto the screen and check out Wand’s new video for “Pure Romance”. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NdD5_UMUxDI&w=560&h=315] …