DIIV released their first single titled “Dopamine” off their upcoming album Is The Is Are. The group hasn’t released new music since Oshin debuted in 2012.
Oslo’s shoegaze dreamers Dråpe are making ripples from overseas with their latest celestial pop single “Pie In The Sky” off their upcoming LP due in October.
Anna Bulbrook of The Airborne Toxic Event has teamed up with The Duke Spirit’s bassist Marc Sallis to produce a dreamy rock debut with melancholic, fuzzed-out edge.
Baltimore indie-pop outfit Lower Dens transfix us with an emotional, dreamy new video for “Sucker’s Shangri-La” that takes place in a Chinatown karaoke bar.
Dreamy “Astral Season” is the fuzzed-out first single off debut album Hover (out July 17 on Dine Alone Records) from California psych-rockers Fine Points.
This week’s collection of songs have been a crucial part of keeping me sane over this last week of studying for my official last week of final exams. You’ll recognize familiar names like Foals and Spoon, but there are a few new groups on the rise that you shouldn’t overlook.
In the absence of Azure Ray and Emily Haines (& The Soft Skeleton), singer/songwriter Eddi Front is picking up where her predecessors left off, with a new track out and news of a debut album to be released later this year.
Mitski‘s EP Bury Me at Makeout Creek debuted this past November, but not a whole lot has been said about her music on the West coast. She’s toured all over the US, with stops that included SXSW, but to my dismay she hasn’t toured in California just yet.