Just the right amount of melancholy vibes coming Netherlands based She’s On Mars. The 3 song demo is really great to listen to in this rainy day weather. Pull up a blanket and grab Pale Blue Mote of Dust for a name your price option.
We wrote about Ten Sleep back in February when they dropped the single for “May” and have been keeping their latest album No Place Like House a secret. For the past few months we’ve been keeping great music to ourselves but all our friends started calling us dicks and decided it’s better to share so we’re back at it.
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.
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.
Take a bit of indie and shoegaze mixed a touch of punk and you’ve got Pity Sex. The Ann Arbor outfit’s Dark World album is emotive and catchy. The fuzzy guitars and muffled vocals paint a retro soundscape that we find really enjoyable. Be sure to catch Pity Sex on tour this summer, they have an extensive list of shows that span across the USA.
Indie rock with an Americana flair, that’s what Pinegrove is bringing to the masses. Their latest album feels genuine and raw, allowing their emotions to carry throughout the tracks. We’d imagine live performances will have the crowd slowly swaying and taking contemplative swigs from their drinks. Grab the digital copy at a name your price option.