Not long ago we were championing the heart-on-sleeve, indie pop revivalism of Brooklyn’s Hints. Well the dudes are back with the third volume of their two-track EP series, appropriately titled Vol. III. If you were a fan of their Smiths-esque stylings on Vol. II, you’re still going to dig them now. Give new tracks “Endless Well” and […]

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Morrissey made it clear this week that he was — and is still — not the biggest fan of the late Margaret Thatcher. Whether you agree with the political leanings of the outspoken singer or not, we couldn’t care less. But what better excuse is there to reminisce on The Smiths and the rest of their […]

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Berlin-by-way-of-Belfast’s Ballet School have crafted a delightfully forceful bit of dream pop with their new song “Ghost.” Vocalist Rosie Blair’s wholesomely seductive vocals charm over tight drum and bass lines and deliver continuous hooks throughout the track. Their last single, “All Things Return At Night,” gained popularity thanks to a bit of Facebook love from […]

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With very little promotional material to her name, CUBS is the UK’s latest chanteuse mystérieuse. Née Amber Bain, CUBS is bedroom music’s answer to new age. The latest track to surface from the London artist is “Anthra,” a dreamy, minimalist number that embodies the artist’s wintry, isolated aesthetic. Though the quality is homemade, Bain’s beautiful […]

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Brooklyn-based George Lewis Jr., aka Twin Shadow, has released “Five Seconds” off of his upcoming album Confess, slated for release July 10th via 4AD Records. Known for his new wave ’80s aesthetic from his 2010 debut Forget, Lewis’ latest release expands on the ’80s vibe with an uptempo drum beat, soaring synths, and his signature […]

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It’s no secret that like most things in life, music tends to come full circle.  Recently, disco has been the hot topic making a strong resurgence in indie electronic and dance music (see ATG favorites Penguin Prison’s show this Thursday as case in point).  However,  The Horrors’ third album Skying, released last week on XL, evokes […]

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