Stray Fossa released their second single, ‘Orange Days’ from their forthcoming debut album, ‘With You For Ever’. Daniel Belgrad reviews the single and music video.
Prolific and utterly moving, you’ll be hard pressed to find modern songwriters this good and this crushing as waveform*. Reviewed by Daniel Belgrad of Vern Matz.
Vern Matz released the ‘Tokyo Sounds’, the first single of an album of lofi demos. Expect three singles in the coming weeks, and the album to drop on December 20.
Vern Matz’s ‘Funny Water’ has less of a folk sound, and more of a loose indie rock feel. The song is pure lo-fi grit, driving yet relaxed. Their new material is more exploratory, with bendy tones, and loose jams.
Vern matz released a new single, ‘Fish Tank’ through Nice Guys. The song is accompanied by a music video of cold winter scenes in Minnesota.
There’s a lot to love on TOLEDO’s newest single, a high fidelity extension of their bedroom pop instincts, a beautiful slice of Americana, alongside a friendly hang-out mentality.
Vern Matz’s ‘Minnesota Dancing’ is a great album you’ll want to traverse through while intentionally listening. These songs evoke strong emotions and feels intimate, vulnerable, and complete.
Slow Pulp is strikingly reminiscent of 90s bands, while also standing in as a poster child for a fast developing branch of indie music that was born from the world of bedroom pop.
The music of Melodrama has the feeling of rushing past you, moving from the front of your ear to the back until it releases in a fog. The blurriness of the record is a peaceful high, but the faded catharsis also belies a certain pain. As Melodrama becomes progressively pensive, the brightness of CASTLEBEAT gives way to a muted melancholy.
Puddlegum began in 1997 as a way to bring the music magazine format to the Internet. It started as an idea in a college dorm room, and with the help of Kevin Flick's roommate, Josh Smith (Hydro74), and close friend, Jim Mendenhall (Starry Hope), Puddlegum became a...