For my money, Kaoru Ishibashi‘s debut full length 151a was one of the most beautiful and cleverly assembled records of 2012. The touring violinist for of Montreal and Regina Spektor put together an album of delicate, sweeping melodies interspersed with bits of quick, quirky pop. “Philosophize In It! Chemicalize With It!” is Kishi Bashi’s first new […]

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  ATG Records will be knocking out it’s fifth release this summer with a limited edition 7″ from one of our favorite artists of the year: The Colourist. Self-described as “majestic rock” and “math pop,” this L.A. quartet’s mission is pure and simple: make catchy music. A-Side “Little Games” is a resounding “mission accomplished,” featuring a cloud-parting […]

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Meet Gnarwolves, a trio of fun-loving skater punks from Cornwall. Now based in Brighton, Gnarwolves have breathed new life into pop-punk with their mish-mash brand of skate punk, punk rock, hardcore, and emo, minus the straightened hair and theatrics. Constantly playing shows, it is no surprise why the band has been taking the UK by […]

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It’s only a week until INK‘s INK Goes On 7″ comes out. By now you’re all familiar with their incredible debut single, but have you listened to the release’s B-side, “This Time”? Premiering last week on The Line of Best Fit, “This Time” is another three-minute dose of the London duo’s charming indie-pop led by Miriam Massie’s sugar-sweet […]

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Everything Everything show off their experimental side on the eerie “+Pendolino.” The electronic experimental track is a vinyl-only B-side to the Manchester outfit’s latest single, “Duet.” Stream it below. Everything Everything’s Arc and the Duet 7″ are out now via RCA Victor. STREAM: Everything Everything – “+Pendolino”

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L.A.’s Sir Sly take their first steps from behind the curtain with their debut 7″, Ghost. The title track has been making the rounds since last September but the Cali trio will be pairing it up with a brand new single, “Gold.” The AA-Side is a moody number that freshly plays off the Neighbourhood’s alt-noir […]

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