By Riley Evans This song’s low slow synths and percussions straight out of 80’s are paired perfectly in an excellent example of the new indie/synth/pop mix that is currently on the rise. Klyne shows off this track on their debut self titled album along with plenty of other great songs.
By Steven Colaianni Dreamy, bedroom beatmaker Giraffage, known for side-stepping conventional EDM fare, teams up with Japanese Breakfast to deliver a soft-spoken, but powerful and energetic track. “Maybes” will cool down the tail end of your summer heat wave.
By Trent McRae Steve Lacy, best known as being a member of the band The Internet, is back with another musical journey with the single “4real”. Departing from the smooth R&B/funk sound of his debut EP, “Steve Lacy’s Demo”, “4real” instead takes a more psychedelic route, trading in the rhythmic strums and soulful melodies for […]
Dear Spotify, There comes a time when a real one must bear his soul. Maybe this level of vulnerability will bring solace to other real ones in the process. For even if one person finds their voice through this, it will have been worth the effort. So this goes out to all the real ones: […]
By Lauren Brown The lead single for HBO’s hit television show “Insecure” captivates what really goes through the mind of an insecure man and how that affects a woman. Sullivan’s range and melodic voice brings so much soul to the song. Tiller incorporates his hip-hop tone to the R&B track allowing for us to understand […]
By Dean Cowles Shamir, an artist whose work often defies simple genre labels, is back with an ode to our generation – 90’s kids! Beneath the pop-culture pastiche is a fairly simple but interesting message about the anxiety of youth. Shamir’s voice floats above computer sounds and an echoey melody as his mouth is superimposed […]