Doom n’ bass isn’t exactly a widely known genre, but the boys in SEUM are perfecting it. Check out the band’s new EP ‘Blueberry Cash!’
Affective melodies and driving rhythms, with a slight dash of psychedelia. Engross yourself in Phourist & the Photons’ latest album, ‘My Many Mortal Forms.’
After a series of successful singles, French indie-pop artist Dude Low released his highly anticipated album, ‘Ego Trip,’ on April 8.
Proving that talent and spirit can far outweigh experience, Nikhil Bagga impresses on his Eric Lilavois-produced debut, ‘Leap of Faith.’
American singer/songwriter Ryan Egan has finally released his debut full-length album, ‘Soft Power.’
Social Caterpillar’s new album ‘When You Woke Up to Dances of Light’ might be out on April 8th, but you can hear it in its entirety today!
‘Fruit from the Trees’ marks a sonically colourful release for Jack Van Cleaf’s debut melancholic folk record.
Thrilling and well-executed song-writing that will leave you feeling compelled and undoubtedly captivated. Raygun Carver premieres his new album ‘Bad Thing.’
Pulling influence from her eclectic background, Sukhmani taps into the whimsical world of self-reflection on her debut EP Here out April 1st.
Indie-folk trio Racyne Parker & the Low Coals are a force in the making. Check out their debut EP, ‘Feel It Now.’
Adult contemporary artists Sarah and Richard Isen released their highly anticipated ‘INTO THE BLUE’ EP on March 25.
Aarlon’s brand new record, ‘Dafan,’ will absolutely obliterate you in all of the right ways. Get ready for high-level songwriting with musings on modern angst, melancholy, and spirituality.
Enjoy an advance listen to ‘Idiot Brain’ (Chameleons Risen), the new record by Sensoren, the experimental innovation of Existentia bassist Mike Sorensen.
An exploration of youthful vulnerability, coupled with a wide embrace of sonic inquiry; welcome to the premiere of Holy Kerouacz’s album ‘HOPE2SEEU.’