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LA-based electronic/dark pop duo Boy Deluxe (formerly Ever So Android) release a chill, but brooding tune with an engaging performance video.
Post-industrial outfit Seeming, led by New York-based Alex Reed, releases a highly relevant track/video about survival in our crisis-filled world.
LA/NYC-based veteran musician Jonny Polonsky (Puscifer, Big Nose) gets treated to a Jim Sclavunos remix of an alluring track from his recent LP.
LA-based alternative rock collective Beauty in Chaos presents their new track/video featuring vocals by the fiery Kat Leon of Holy Wars.
North Carolinian and touring musician Thomas McNeely (Future Islands, Boulevards, Reese McHenry) drops a warm and wryly wistful tune/video.
Dark pop/art rock band Immaterial Possession unveil a mystical and mesmerizing video for a hypnotic meditation from their upcoming album.
Renowned veteran Australian indie pop act Even As We Speak touches down with a cinematic and brooding to vibrantly shining cosmic-pop album.
Veteran LA-based surf-pop/garage rock band The Neptunas resurface with a brisk and buoyant new tune from their upcoming album.
West Coast power pop artist Lisa Mychols joins up with Scottish musician Super 8 (AKA Paul Ryan) for a delightful ’60s-retro-pop/Northern Soul LP.
Pop/rock collective The Pull of Autumn, headed up by Daniel Darrow, drops a new single ahead of their next album release.
Pop/rock project Glorybots (AKA Jalal Andre of indie rock band Echo Texture) launches a soaring, poignant, and life-affirming single.
Steve Kilbey (The Church) and Gareth Koch return within a matter of months with their second engrossing album that unearths musical history.
Matt Longo, under the moniker Thin Lear, unveils a warm, rich, and intimate chamber-pop album that revolves around life, love, death, and dreams.
Ryan Smith (Soul Asylum) and Kathie Hixon-Smith (Hundred Flowers) of The Melismatics return as the dynamic and dear duo Ryan and Pony.
Renowned musician Chris Stamey (The dB’s) re-enters the jazz realm with a reflective and intimate upcoming album via Omnivore Recordings.
The usually brooding Nate Jespersen of rock/post-punk project ultrviolence delivers a mischievously uplifting video about self-care from his upcoming LP.
Chicago-raised, LA-based musician Vince Grant, recording as The Sea At Midnight, offers up a sweeping and heartfelt track from his upcoming LP.
The moody (Cold War-era-themed) single previews the post-punk/shoegaze band’s next album that will come out this fall.
NYC-based Woodhead, the eponymous band led by Vern Woodhead, are back with a video for a track from their upcoming album release.
LA-based rock band Faithless Town offer up a hopeful single and video about unity during these unsettled and divisive times.
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Great Performances will stream Mia Doi Todd’s filmed solo performance of five songs. ORG Music will also be reissuing her LP Gea on August 29th.
Austin, TX-based alt-rock band The Dragon Berries take listeners on a dynamic male-centered, genre-hopping ride on their new EP.
Brooklyn-based music (and life) duo Drug Couple unveil their lyrically reflective, vibrant ( alt-folk/dream-rock) lead single from their upcoming EP.
Brothers Sean and Brendan Kelly of A Fragile Tomorrow are joined by Kyle Polk as the compelling new alternative music entity So Sure.
Reunited Atlanta, GA-based roots rock/power pop band Young Antiques drop a pensive and heartfelt duet with Kelly Hogan (Decemberists, Neko Case).
UK-based married musicians, renowned producer Tim Friese-Greene and Lee Friese-Greene, unveil a clever video for a track from their new band.
The new long-play from London-based, C86/John Peel faves The Wolfhounds is a stunning album that reflects the current zeitgeist.
Seattle-based indie rock/chamber pop act Figg drop an uplifting lyric video for a track off their s/t debut album (recorded 10 years ago!).
The NYC-based (by-way-of-Virginia) singer-songwriter recorded the lyrically sincere and insightful LP at Wolfe Island in Canada.
Veteran musician (and radio/TV personality) Brick Briscoe (with Jono Ori and Ed Cuervo of Skunkmello) rocks out on a tuneful garage rock number.
Polish multi-instrumentalist Mat Walerian, with New York avant-jazz piano icon Matthew Shipp and others, drop a rhythmic and funky track.
UK-based pop-rock band The Room in the Wood unleash a sharply, and rightly, pointed and socio-politically relevant song/video
Los Angeles-based alt-rock band Yard Of Blondes release a heartfelt and dynamic performance video of their new EP while in quarantine.
Beauty in Chaos (helmed by Michael Ciravolo) features members of The Mission, Hate Dept, Pigface, My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult on new LP.
SAVAK is back! With a blazing new single — in a most unusual format!
Multi-instrumentalist Josiah Wolf (Why?) drops an airy and atmospheric electronics and synths-based single from his upcoming solo EP.
North Jersey punk-influenced rock band The 65s drop an atmospheric video for a vivid and driving one-off single via Pyrrhic Victory Recordings.
Renowned veteran singer-songwriter Bruce Sudano returns with a nostalgic video for a reflective and heartfelt track off his latest record.
Led by Dan Cuddy (Hypnolovewheel), veteran indie band The Special Pillow commemorate their 25th year with a catchy and carefully wrought EP.
San Diego, California-based synth-/dance-pop band Glass Spells drop a sleek and sparkling EP crowned with dreamy vocals.
San Francisco-based indie power pop outfit Cocktails release a punk and rock-influenced pop album that overflows with catchy and dynamic tracks.
New York City-based vintage soul/gospel/rock band Jeremy Beck & The Heavy Duty Horns release their Southern-steeped debut EP.
New experimental music group Caustics (John Dieterich of Deerhoof, w/ Josiah Wolf, Devin Hoff, and Yasi Perera) drop an eye- and ear-opening video/track.
German darkwave outfit Vlimmer (led by Alexander Leonard Donat) releases a longing reverie/rumination as part of an 18-chapter story via Blackjack Illuminist.
Original Rude Boy Neville Staple, along with Sugary Staple and Steve Armstrong, release a new lockdown tune with accompanying video.
Colorado-based alternative/dreamgaze act A Shoreline Dream release a fiery track from their upcoming album via Latenight Weeknight Records.
Dream-/psych-pop band United Ghosts release psychedelic touring video for a dreamy and Orwellian track from their new album.
Notable Swedish veterans Easy drop a trippy, graphics- and lyrics-based video for a timely opus from their recent LP on A Turntable Friend.
Danbert Nobacon (ex Chumbawamba) is joined by Kira Wood Cramer, & The Axis of Dissent on the video for a track of their new double album.