Ethereal act, Savage Sister, are making moves…Huge Moves. The recently released 7″ is a must listen if you dig ambient shoegaze. The three track EP is available at a name your price option and is a great addition to your “travel by night” playlist.
Chicago based Axons has recently released a followup to Inter Vivos. This time around we’re seeing a little more chip tune influence and we definitely dig that. Unmanageable is full of minimalistic beats and chilled vocals so be sure to grab the album as it’s available at a name your price option!
Isosine has created yet another extremely catchy track with his latest mashup. Combining two well received yet extremely different artists is no easy task. The bright and poppy Taylor Swift and the dark and gritty Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails) may be oil and water for genres sake, but when stirred together and mixed with a little Isosine magic, you get a juggernaut of a song.
Boring Pools is the latest release from Rennes based We Only Said. The mostly downtempo album holds its water well with layered guitar work and dialed in drums. Great for times when you want to just sit back and listen to music rather than having something on in the background. Grab the album and a good pair of headphones to see what we’re talking about.
Tighwolf is a small label located in Columbus, Ohio that focuses on the math rock and post hardcore genre. Psst! features four songs from Pride and Ego Down(GER), Spooky Action Space Captain, SRVVLST, and Tir Asleen. It goes fast but it’s enjoyable and worth picking up if you have Bear vs Shark, In Pieces, mewithoutYou, and the like in your music library.
If you’ve spent any amount of time on this site, you would know we have a lot of admiration for Isosine. The Canadian mashup producer is at it again with his yearly mix of hits from a wide range of artists. Give it a listen and grab the MP3 from his site!
We love a good mashup and we stumbled across this one from Grayson Kitzen. Childish Gambino’s Heartbeat meets Twenty One Pilots’ Car Radio in a seamless track that will have you hitting the replay button.
We really dig math rock so we just had to feature Totorro’s latest release, Home Alone. It’s eight tracks of instrumental goodness. The guitar work is clean and the drums are tight so be sure to grab this album if you’re looking for something fresh to add to your playlist.
Mesita is back with another heavy hitting album. Future Proof is a little more experimental than his previous release (The Coyote) but is full of solid tracks that will fit perfectly in your playlist alongside Miike Snow, Broken Bells, and Miami Horror. Our previous interview with James touched on him recording this release and we’re happy to see it come out so well.