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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.
Swedish artist Ms. Henrik keeps the summer going with empathic pop magic on “Soda Pop.”
Rock Floyd approaches his own fractured hip-hop perspectives through the liquid lens of classic soul and R&B on new single.
Stockholm psych-pop band Phogg gets shirtless and goes lo-fi in their new video for “Time is Wild.”
The latest single from Swedish singer-songwriter Skogebrandt exists within an intimately operatic pop atmosphere where experience and emotion continually collide with one another.