The Music Ninja calls it "A perfectly intertwined duo of dreamy, wandering verses and a rowdy-as-hell chorus, this tune catches your attention early and grips it throughout the whole ride...With a sound as infectious as theirs, it shouldn't come as a surprise when these guys really starting picking up steam."
Jimmy makes music that makes you think, makes you feel, and makes you question. Now back with a visual element for his recently released track, "Smile," Jimmy dives into the opioid epidemic plaguing society. Much like a hazy, haunted dream, things gets weird and very real. Check out the video now!
Atwood Magazine says, "Deanna Devore's hypnotic 'Seven Eight' is a somber, heavy-hearted reckoning of an ill-fated relationship layered in moving R&B melodies and warm vibes...Glowing keyboards, mellow guitars, and seductive electronics create a hazy soundscape full of space - lyricless moments for us to engage in our own poignant reflection."
Colin Magalong hit us with a new bop and it'll be on repeat all summer long. New single "Bodies In A Room," is packed with incredible sonic elements and an undeniable swag that'll get you out on the dance floor.
Indie Shuffle says, "Reminding me of Daft Punk at their climactic best, 'Bodies In a Room' is a disco-infused pop record with Magalong's lively vocals giving it an added touch of class."
Atwood Magazine says "Lazy Sad Jesus" is "a wake-up call dressed in red, a dark alt-pop anthem emphasizing our responsibility to, in the artist's words, be our own saviors...a majestic and provocative assertion of individual strength, power, and possibility."
The Canadian artist turned heads in 2015 with the release of his "2 Heads" track which currently has over 108 million streams on Spotify. Now Hell has released his new track "Killer" and well...it's just that. Killer.
We Found New Music says, "'Killer' is a dance party waiting to happen. Hell captures the rushing feeling of intoxication, both in lyrics and in sound. It's a fresh indie-pop track that'll get you moving, spinning, and falling deep into those unforgettable nights."
Keep up with Coleman Hell - a new album is on the horizon!
Jimmy intrigued us with his self-titled debut track, "Jimmy," and now he's here with his newest single, "Smile." "Smile" feels like wandering into a misty dream. An almost eerie soundscape, "Smile" is as dark as it is vulnerable and sets the groundwork for Jimmy's commentary. He explains, "I tried to throw myself into the fucked-up dream that is the opioid epidemic in the United States and capture what I could of its hazy and ironically self-destructive fantasy."
Imperfect Fifth says, "Ever-impressed by the incredible talent that is Jimmy, we are delighted to share his new haunting and dark single "Smile"...It displays the power of connection, as listeners relate to the same feelings of powerlessness in a corporate world."
Give it a listen!
Ethiopian songstress, Saba Abraha, gifts us with the first track off her upcoming EP "Pathway," and it's a true gem.
BlahBlahBlahScience calls it, "a cool unexpected swerve on the sound of modern alt R&B... We're digging the approach and the song's refreshing sound."
Just in time for tax day, Mr Gabriel dropped his kiss-off to the tax man, "Tambourine."
You can also hear it on the most recent Grey's Anatomy episode, quickly becoming a fan favorite since it aired last week!
Indie Shuffle says "'Tambourine' is true to its name: upbeat, bouncy and hard to ignore. I have a feeling this'll be getting lots of traction"
Fakear is making moves! After garnering notable attention for his recently released "Lost in Time," Fakear is here with the release of his newest track, "Something Wonderful feat. Ana Zimmer."
This Song is Sick says, "Fakear has blown us away with 'Something Wonderful' ft. Ana Zimmer. The track is a stunning blend of atmospheric production paired with driving drumbeats and addicting vocal chops. The instrumentals convey a feeling of warm, calm energy while Ana's vocals give the track a clear-cut catchiness that leads the listener into each drop."
Superheart is back again and does not disappoint. Gifting us with his new track, "Satellite," Superheart continues to set himself apart in the indie-electronic world and this track is exactly what you've been missing.
Earmilk says, "'Satellite' by Superheart is beautifully crafted single and finale to a series that is as beautiful as its artwork. Superheart with a style reminiscent of Teen Daze and Tycho opens the song with bubbling electronic synthesizers that evoke a feeling of Spring in the 80's. As the vocals are layered in with the flowing synths a soundscape is created that in my mind transports me to the middle of Central Park midday as the sun peaks out from being behind the clouds."
Mines Falls' new track, "Recoil," is possibly one of their strongest yet. Give it a listen HERE.
Impose says, "Mines Falls offers a wealth of pianos, violins, subtle electronic arrangements & more on the new single 'Recoil'. Swells of therapeutic harmonies & melodies move like the sea's rhythms of the ebb & rolling tide that take cue from cosmic & lunar worlds of the grand sciences."
Boy are we smitten. Colin Magalong's new track, "Melo," has got us second guessing our weekend plans.
Colin is successfully bringing back 90's inspired, nu-disco jams and continues to do so with his new track, "Melo," which is out now!
The Fader says, "We all could use a little bit of warm loving to get us through these last few dregs of winter...Over a chill little bass groove, he sings about an ideal sort of comfy date night including getting wine drunk, ordering take out, and dancing around the house. Listen to the song...and you'll find yourself cancelling all your plans ASAP."
Stevie Wolf's "Yves Klein Blue" is out now! Stevie won us over with his powerfully vulnerable tracks and he's done it again with this edgy track, "Yves Klein Blue."
Billboard says, "Stevie Wolf's latest track is another peek into his soulful, electronic-tinged sound. Over bluesy melodies that give way to a booming hook, the singer tackles the complexities of loneliness and human connection, asking: "Could you ever know me at all?""
The Big Takeover says, "There's an undying energy in this track as the buoyant soundscape engulfs you. Drake Margolnick (vocals, guitar) and Michael Finster (drums) have a knack for making meaningful, powerful, and dynamic tracks that meld the best features of indie rock and folk music."