Earmilk says, "Keller becomes heartbreakingly exposed on this electro-pop tune and it's a wonderful display of the vulnerability found in her songwriting."
Sky explains, "'Weekend' is about an unattainable love. It's about wanting someone who is unavailable but for some reason this person (you desire) still keeps you around in some capacity. I really hoped I'd be able to change her mind, but in the end, she wanted nothing more than to have fun."
Earmilk says of the haunting single, "'Murky' is a three and a half minute tour de force that transports the listener...Saint Mesa paints a vibrant and visceral picture of the tense and awful beauty that is nature. This single is unique, raw, uplifting, and beautiful..."
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."
Brother duo, Mines Falls, bring us their newest gem "In the Rain."
Powerful and striking from the get-go, a moody piano melody, soft high-hat and electronic beats lay the foundation for this breathtaking track. There's a strength and sadness in the vocals that is almost tangible. "In The Rain" merges the lyricism of a ballad with an urgent tempo. This song sounds like how standing in the rain feels: it overwhelms and takes over all of your senses, leaving you powerless to the forces out of your control.
Earmilk says, "The drums and guitars do the heavy lifting, allowing the smooth vocals [to] dance on top of the beat and create a sherbet soaked sunset in the back of your mind that delightfully lingers and beckons for repeat listens."
Our new artist, MRY, brings us his groovy single "Way We Go". Check out the feature on Earmilk and check out the track here!
"Funky, soothing, multidimensional, the track is impressive to come out of a garage and a basement."