LANY – “Pancakes”

It's pretty slow going in the new indie music scene, as most artists are out on tour and hitting the festival circuits versus putting out new music on the platforms I closely follow.  So, when I ran through my SoundCloud stream this morning, and came up relatively empty, I thought I'd take some time to … Continue reading LANY – “Pancakes”

Lully’s “Toute les Chansons” EP

The mysterious producer, Lully, released a compilation of three amazing songs today via SoundCloud, which are collectively entitled, Toute les Chansons.  This translates roughly to "All Songs," and represents exactly that:  everything we have heard from this masterful future synth-pop artist to date.  Not much else is quite known about this artist (you're welcome to … Continue reading Lully’s “Toute les Chansons” EP

Micky Blue’s “Famous”

Micky Blue, the London-based, NYC-raised queen of haunted pop, has released another track describing the woes of having to let go of someone that just isn't with you for the right reasons.  "Famous" documents how those decisions can be tough, but hopefully liberating for those who want to be seen and loved for who they … Continue reading Micky Blue’s “Famous”

Toro y Moi’s “Girl Like You”

"Girl Like You" is taken from Toro y Moi's forthcoming album, "Boo Boo," out July 7th, 2017 on Carpark Records. Toro y Moi (a.k.a. Chaz Bundick or Chaz Bear) said in a recent statement that his latest album was inspired by a combination of Daft Punk, Frank Ocean, and Travis Scott, all of whom can … Continue reading Toro y Moi’s “Girl Like You”

Bahari – “Dancing On The Sun” – SoCal Summer Pop At It’s Best

Bahari hit the music scene back in 2014 when they released their single, "Wild Ones," to moderate success, after they had come together as part of Rock Mafia Studio's efforts to put together a new band and were running auditions of independent, self-taught artists.  The three ladies, Sidney Sartini, 17, Ruby Carr, 17, and Natalia Panzarella, … Continue reading Bahari – “Dancing On The Sun” – SoCal Summer Pop At It’s Best