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Kero Kero Bonito Changed the Rules: Albums Drop on Mondays Now
The London trio's surprise-released second album, 'Time 'n' Place', makes a nostalgia for suburbia into something universal, and beautiful.
The Goon Sax Are Indie Pop's Next Best Mess
The Brisbane trio is set to win the hearts and minds of lovesick kids around the world with the release of 'We're Not Talking', their second collection of guitar pop miniatures. They just have to find their keys first.
Devon Welsh Is a Voice of Reason on His Solo Debut 'Dream Songs'
Stream the Majical Cloudz frontman's debut solo album, a record made for introspective weirdos like you and me.
Listen to gobbinjr’s Clever New Pop Songs When You're Lonely and Tired
The Brooklyn-based songwriter Emma Witmer opens up about about kinda funny, kinda sad record ‘ocala wick,’ inspired by “unreciprocated and unsolicited advances by men.”
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance
Frankie Cosmos' New Video Is Basically an Episode of Your Favourite Sitcom
The Tom Scharpling-directed clip has humour, pathos, and a sweetly touching story arc.
The Return of Twin Shadow
After a tour bus accident nearly derailed George Lewis, Jr.'s career and changed the way he played guitar, the 35-year-old is back with his new album 'Caer.'
Is Okay Kaya Living in Pop Music's Future?
The 27-year-old singer has the potential to be the next biggest thing in music. With her upcoming album 'Both,' can she do it?
Night Flowers Will Embrace You with Their Wholesome Guitar Pop
Get to know the Hull-via-London band with their optimistic new track "Hey Love."
Purity Ring's "Asido" Is Goth-Trap-Pop Perfection
The electronic duo's first new song in years doubles down on what made them special in the first place.
Chairlift’s Music Was Pure Craft, Mistaken for Magic
With the indie pop duo's final shows done we look back on their three studio albums.
NZ Music Month
Soaked Oats Are Here to Help You Find Your Fruit
The Dunedin indie pop band's new EP was written in the haze of a summer New Zealand road trip.
Redspencer's Video for "Ride It Out" Is a Nostalgic Salve for Any Modern Malaise
Life is rough. This is not.
Kim Taylor Bennett