If you need another reason to feel ashamed of your unfulfilled youth, then treat yourself to “Make It Right,” the latest track from NYU student and synth-pop newcomer Annika Zee. An 18-year-old from Toronto, we wouldn’t be surprised if Annika is in fact destined for greatness, at least if 2013 is any indication (read: Lorde). […]

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Swedish dream pop purveyors Postiljonen return to serenade us with a new track, “When All The Wild Things Die.” Though it carries the title of our inner child’s literary nightmare, “When All The Wild Things Die” is a lovely, unreleased cut from the recording sessions of their debut album, Skyer (out now on Best Fit […]

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The end of May brings a welcome break from the barrage of patio brunch and festy pics that signal the arrival of spring on Instagram. According to my calculations, 100% of the people I know attended a graduation ceremony this past weekend, treating us all to rare glimpses into their family life with photos of […]

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Oakland-based indie rock veterans Rogue Wave just announced that they’re releasing a new album on June 4th. Nightingale Floors is set for release on Vagrant, which marks a new direction in the band, as they called Sub Pop home for most of the 2000s before jumping over to Brushfire for their last two albums. While […]

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In perhaps the greatest screen-to-stereo coup since the Oneders, Electric Youth were launched into the popular indie consciousness with the inclusion of “A Real Hero,” their collaboration with France’s College, on the Drive soundtrack. The track fits right at home alongside the laidback ’80s chic of Kavinsky’s “Nightcall”, although it’s worth giving a listen to […]

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Back in 2007, David Grellier (a.k.a. College) started the Valerie Collective as a humble little blogspot based in the west of France, dedicated to evocative 80s-inspired, John Hughes-esque electro. In the years following, artists featured on the Collective proved that “techno” was more than just bangers and background music with their signature brand of sincere, […]

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Blabbermouth: Stream Mastodon’s new album, The Hunter, in its entirety. Vimeo: EMA drops an artsy new video for “Marked.” Disco Naïveté: Our favorite girl Alex Winston sings “Velvet Elvis” under a big ol’ plane in Berlin. Hypebot: Spotify responds to indie label pullouts from its service. DCist: Capital Bikeshare celebrates hits a million rides for […]

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