While so many albums today feel like a conglomeration of singles, JW Francis’ WANDERKID full-length is a phenomenal cohesive piece.
Men I Trust released a thirteen downtempo track album, called ‘Untourable Album’. Puddlegum breaks down each song track by track.
Eyeclimber released a dream pop EP called Petrichor. This five track EP is the project of Berlin’s Dominik Feike.
Secret Attraction released a new dream pop EP called Sensitivity/Drifting. This EP fits perfectly with A Love That Never Fades EP, released earlier this year.
Beauty Queen released their first single of 2021 called Real Life, produced by Henry Moser (Henry Nowhere, Day Wave). This dream pop single is arguably their best work to date.
Niall Summerton released Truth Inside, a laidback lo-fi jangle-pop single. This is a perfect late-night song to soak in. with the windows open and the lights dimmed
Kowloon released a full-length of playful, melancholic in tone, and are self-described as “danceable love songs.”
Slow Pulp is releasing a 7″ on Friday, June 25, called ‘Deleted Scenes’. The vinyl will have two tracks: ‘At It Again (Again)’ and ‘Iowa’ (a version of ‘Idaho’).
Coolhand Jax released ‘You and Everybody’, a summery lo-fo psych pop single. This high energy guitar driven track is the second single from Jake Weissman’s forthcoming sophomore release (out on Spirit Goth).
Havana Swim Club released their debut self-titled album, thirteen sample-based instrumentals that provide the perfect summer soundtrack. These tracks are addictive, blending tropical sounds of Jamaican Ska and Latin Jazz with chillwave and dreampop synth sounds and beats.
Hotel Pools released their fourth dream-synth pop LP, called Palmscapes. Ben Braun of Portland, Oregon, is the artist behind Hotel Pools has consistently created incredible instrumental electronic tracks since he began in 2018.
If you enjoy minimalistic bedroom pop, you’ll love ‘Unreliable Narrator’ by Jeshua. These are straightforward songs with honest sounds.
Secret Attraction released a new dreampop EP, ‘A Love That Never Fades’ through Stratford CT. The songs perfectly captures vibes from the 80s.
Glasgow dream pop artist Jeshua released his fourth single, ‘Esther’, from his forthcoming EP ‘Unreliable Narrator’.
Vilde releases his third single, ‘Holograms’, from his forthcoming EP, ‘Talking To Strangers’. ‘Holograms’ is about his changing “autobiographical narrative.”
Jaguar Sun and Jesse Maranger teams up to release a split EP called ‘Blooms’. This EP is a special experience that feels seamless. It’s remarkable EP, a unique split album that feels cohesive in every note.
Stray Fossa’s ‘With You For Ever’ full-length is fantastic, from beginning to end. Their debut album is evident of countless hours of jamming and performing together, and allowing each member to contribute holistically.
Henry Nowhere’s No Place To Be begins as an easy, breezy surf rock gem. Play it at a summer party and everyone will nod their heads in agreement – this is good stuff.
Blue Tomorrows’ record is a cozy, centered puzzle box with a surprising amount of mechanics under the hood. With a clear dream pop impulse at its core, Future Proof’ utilizes a clever array of instrumentation, which often blend into a snug wall of sound.
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.