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Henry Nowhere – “Wonder Why”

66 days ago
Obscure SoundA hazy success from Henry Nowhere with warming ’90s nostalgia, “Wonder Why” is the artist’s latest release. The vocals grow from dreamy nonchalance during the initial verses, heightening emotively as the chugging guitars fade in favor of more... more info

Distant Lovers – “Two Birthdays”

103 days ago
Obscure Sound“Two Birthdays” casts a dreamy spell throughout, the lush synths and hooky vocal lead driving to a soaring chorus. The track comes via Distant Lovers, the project of San Francisco Bay Area-based musician Alex Lasner. Aesthetically bearing a liken... more info

Niall Summerton – “Truth Inside”

117 days ago
Obscure Sound“Truth Inside” is a tranquil, mellow rocker with jangly appeal. Niall Summerton shows a consuming knack for dreamy, textured songwriting in addition to lushly engaging vocals. Aesthetically, there’s a fond likeness to acts like The Clientele an... more info

The Radio Dept. – “You’re Lookin’ At My Guy” (The Tri-Lites Cover) & “You Could Be The One”

522 days ago
StereogumSwedish dream-pop band the Radio Dept. haven't released a full-length album since 2016's Running Out Of Love , but they've been sharing some new singles lately. In February, they gave us the melancholic "The Absence Of Birds," and in March, we got t... more info

Bill's Indie Basement (7/3): the week in classic indie, college rock, and more

522 days ago
Brooklyn VeganThis week in the Basement: reviews of new records from Pozi, The Radio Dept, bdrmm, Peel Dream Magazine, Holy Wave, plus a couple cover records from Prince Fatty, and more. Continue reading… more info

The Radio Dept. release new 7″ for Bandcamp Friday w/ Tri-Lites cover

522 days ago
Brooklyn VeganIt's the latest in the Swedish band's series of singles they're releasing throughout 2020. Continue reading… more info

Premiere: Tape Tension – “With Our Eyes Closed”

861 days ago
Obscure Sound“With Our Eyes Closed” touts a lush electro-pop groove driven by pulsing synths and guitar flourishes, aesthetically reminiscent of The Radio Dept. The melody touts an effervescent pick-me-up around 01:43. It’s a calming and melodic success fro... more info

Flashes – “Folki”

922 days ago
Obscure SoundChanneling a mellow dream-pop sound reminiscent of The Radio Dept., English five-piece Flashes impress with serene sounds and a twilight-friendly glow on new track “Folki.” Representing the first of several new singles to be released this year fr... more info

The Paper Flowers – “Stop!”

994 days ago
Obscure SoundLos Angeles duo The Paper Flowers craft synth-pop with catching hooks and nocturnal appeal throughout their debut EP In a Different Light. Among the release’s highlights is “Stop!” — a vibrantly melodic synth-popper that melds the lush pop of... more info

Moony Matelot – “Strange Kind of Love”

1086 days ago
Obscure SoundA highlight from their new album Tempest, “Strange Kind of Love” is a hypnotic gem from New York-based act Moony Matelot. Swaying, twangy guitars give off an island-set feel, as lush vocals repeat the track’s title — sounding tonally like a c... more info

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