Mac DeMarco is back with another single from his forthcoming album Salad Days. This one’s called “Brother” and it’s a slower take on the winning DeMarco formula. “Take it slowly, brother / Let it go now, brother,” Mac sings calmly over intricate, warm guitarwork and a funky bassline. It’s often on the slower songs that he […]

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Earlier this month we introduced you to Cape Lion and their astral-pop gem “Brother.” Today the Stockholm duo is back with a new one: “Called You Mine.” The track is a synth lover’s wet dream, once again channeling the larger-than-life sound of M83 while touching upon the playful pop stylings of Panama Wedding and Magic […]

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Au Palais make beautiful noir-pop music with a moody, refined sound and Austra-esque vocals. Comprised of siblings David and Elise Commathe, the duo hails from Toronto and though they’ve been making music since 2011, Au Palais has only recently come onto my radar thanks to the fine folks at Cascine. Today we’re very happy to […]

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Lovelife‘s sultry electro-pop takes a cheery turn on their latest single, “Dying To Start Again.” The track, which will appear on the band’s yet-to-be-titled EP, soars on the back of a hopeful synth line that reminds us of early Passion Pit. Ah, the good ol’ days. Stream it below. Keep an eye out for “Dying […]

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Lovelife pop their video cherry with “Your New Beloved.” Meant to capture the isolating experience of a break-up, it’s only à propos that this dark visual take on The Fourth Floor EP track was filmed in a freezing cold West London studio. Watch it above. Lovelife’s The Fourth Floor EP is out now and can […]

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London’s garage rock scene is about to get a bit more interesting with Hollow Giants on the prowl. Their latest track, “Brother” — which we are premiering here today on ATG — carries the same DIY vintage polish that have brought bands like Black Rebel Motorcycle Club to the forefront of the genre. Those of […]

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Lord Huron has been getting a good amount of press in the last few months, and for good reason. The L.A. based five-piece is on the cusp of releasing an album chock full of rich, lush, beautiful, folk-tinged rock songs. Straight-ahead toe-tapping at points and downright orchestral at others, debut album Lonesome Dreams looks to […]

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Combine Austin’s intense heat last Friday afternoon with the free spiked lemonades at Fader Fort and you could start to see things. But one thing was definitely no mirage: Brother. Imagine Oasis with bigger balls and you’ve almost got the Slough four-piece in a nutshell. Their set last weekend reminded me of everything I loved […]

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It should be a prerequisite that any bands touring with each other record covers of the others’ songs.  Having stumbled upon such tracks by Annuals and Manchester Orchestra that were released prior to a tour they did together two years ago, I think it’s only fair.  These re-do’s are more than your everyday remixes and […]

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