Indian Summer is the debut release by elusive New Jersey producer Blood Cultures. It’s a simple yet really effective track, that’s built around an array of low-key instrumentals and his own hazy vocals. I’m expecting to hear a lot more from him in the coming months. Stream the track below, or head over to his… Read more »
In The Dark is the breezy new release by London four-piece, Being There. It’s a pretty cool, and laid back indie tune that fans of Wild Nothing and Heavenly Beat should really dig. Check it out. Stream and download the track below.
Some really chilled late night ambient/electronic for you now in the shape of Betwixt, the latest number from Birmingham’s Ollie McKendrick-Ness, an eighteen-year-old producer who goes by OMN. There’s a captivating beauty about that repeated vocal sample of “I don’t think we can”, which is a HOW TO DESTROY ANGELS sample, and used rather upliftingly here. Add a variety of… Read more »
Treasureseason is David Powell and Ida Olsson, a British/Swedish Dream Pop duo who met in San Fransisco and are now based in London. Their latest offering, the dazzling and charming Puget Sound, is the pairs first release since they signed with COJA Records. It’s hard to mention Dream Pop and not throw around some overused clichés, but I… Read more »
This was one of the highlights at Field Day over the past weekend, with Disclosure absolutely stealing the show. Toro y Moi‘s take on it is a typically chill affair. Check it out. Settle is out June 3, it’s their Summer for the taking.
18 year old producer Dream Koala has followed-up his mesmerising January release, Ocean, with a remix of Angel Haze’s Werkin’ Girls. While the original version was an absolutely ferocious track with Angel Haze in a particularly aggressive mood spitting out bar after bar at breakneck speed, Koala’s version is a far more ambient and touching… Read more »
Florida’s Kodak to Graph‘s project of sharing a new track for every month of 2013 is going considerably well. Having already dropped Sequatchie Eve back in January, Departure in February and Able in March, his tune for April is a warm and typically multi-layered treat entitled Aurescent. I really dig this guys style of production. Check him out…. Read more »
Props to I Guess I’m Floating for turning my attention to this absolute gem of track by Orlando, Florida outfit Saskatchewan. Possession is their brand new single and it’s taken from their forthcoming debut album, Occasion. There’s shades of Blood Orange and Twin Shadow all over this dreamy little number and I’m seriously digging its really… Read more »
On April 9 Philadelphia singer-songwriter Kurt Vile will release Wakin on a Pretty Daze, his fifth full-length LP and the follow up to 2011’s Smoke Ring For My Halo. ‘Wakin on a Pretty Day,’ the albums gorgeously chilled out opener, is now available to stream. The track clocks-in at just under ten minutes in length, but… Read more »
London-based trio Vondelpark have released a newer version of ‘California Analog Dream’ and it’s an absolute treat. These guys really grabbed my attention with their previous single ‘Dracula‘ but this is just bliss. ‘California Analog Dream’ is a really beautifully arranged track with some really smooth vocals, quality drumming and a generally lovely rhythm throughout. Their debut LP ‘Seabed’… Read more »