Monthly Archives: June 2011

Class Act – Keep You

After last year’s stunning Journal of Ardency debut EP, Brooklyn-based electropop trio Class Actress is back again with more greats 80s inspired sounds with the first single from their debut full-length disc, Rapprocher, set to be released this fall on … Continue reading

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Dog Is Dead – Young

I am loving this uplifting indie-pop track from Nottingham five-piece Dog Is Dead. They have a “cheeky” hint of jazz in their songs and I love the harmonies and the strength of the chorus. After forming in 2008, this track … Continue reading

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Cults – Oh My God

Here’s another great lo-fi jam from Brooklyn-based duo Brian Oblivion and Madeline Follin, the film school buddies who make up rising indie-pop sweethearts The Cults. After the release of their first single last year “Go Outside,” the group has continued … Continue reading

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I’m From Barcelona – Battleships

I’m From Barcelona is a swedish pop group best known for having 29 band members and eclectic mix of instruments. The group is brianchild of frontman Emanuel Lundgren, the principal songwriter and founder, and most band members provide backing vocals … Continue reading

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Silly Kissers – Precious Necklace

Here’s a great track off the 2010 Precious Necklace EP from new wave group Silly Kissers. This Montreal-based five-piece are huge in the Montreal indie scene and have received a lot of positive press over the past few years, including … Continue reading

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Tribes – Nightdriving

Here’s another great jam from the great Camden based indie rock group Tribes. The group has a fanatical following throughout England and it’s no surprise they signed a deal with Island Records early in the year and are finally releasing … Continue reading

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Jessica Lea Mayfield – Our Hearts Are Wrong

Here’s the title track from this southern belle’s fabulous debut album, Our Hearts Are Wrong. This Ohio native grew up playing in her family’s bluegrass band and began writing her own slow folk tracks as an early teen, which has … Continue reading

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