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Swedish duo Kallblod explores the devastation created in the wake of an ending relationship through glistening piano plinks, propulsive string rhythms and a bitter lyrical insight.
Milwaukee musician D.B. Rouse’s new single, “Get My Shit Together,” looks at consequence and influence through the lens of warped pop effects and folksy arrangements.
Brother-sister duo The Native Sibling discovers new ways to unearth deep emotional connections within the singer-songwriter aesthetic on their latest single, “How to Win.”
On her recent single, “Cat Got Your Tongue,” Anna Karenina blends warbling synths with clacking percussion and a fierce lyrical insight in constructing a sound which is as affecting as it is catchy.
Blood Blush reveal haunting music video for “Revenge.”
“Shiver Bed,” the latest single from electronic pop outfit Occurrence carries a relevant political weight which is perfectly balanced by a selection of electro-clash beats and constantly shifting melodies.
On their recent single, “Down South,” the band reflects upon delta roots and rural experiences — including one fateful evening watching Neil Young perform at a theater near Tampa Bay.
New York musician Mackenzie Shivers embraces the ideas of perseverance and empowerment from within the confines of a gorgeous piano and string ballad on new single, “Believe.”
Recently, Jessica Vaughn of LACES visited Killphonic Studios in downtown Los Angeles to record and film a gorgeously bare version of her recent single, “Someday is Not Tonight.”
“Bird,” the latest song from Brooklyn-based cosmic Americana outfit Pale Mara, is a gorgeous piano-led journey through the complicated effects of love and longing.