New Music

Song Of The Day

Listen: Corbu - “Promise Me”

Brooklyn's Corbu give us "Promise Me", a beautiful, melancholy affair to give your Black Friday a tinge of blue.

Listen: Young Ejecta - “Your Planet”

American synth-pop duo Young Electra return with beautifully hypnotic pop treat, "Your Planet".

Listen: Kissey - “Melting Pot”

The track actually featured on the soundtrack for Sundance Prize-winning film Dear White People, and sees tension, fluid opiate-addled vox and the faint glimmer of party all blur together.

Listen: Paperwhite - “Gold”

Brooklyn brother/sister duo Paperwhite dish out more of their charming brand of synth-pop with new song, "Gold".

Song Of The Day: Natalie McCool - “Wind Blows Harder” (Thumpers remix)

Thumpers produce a majesty so often missing from pop in their remix of Natalie McCool's "Wind Blows Harder".

Listen: Tove Styrke - “Brag”

It's still slathered in an addictive pop candy shell, but rather than jabbing earworms, we get a slick, fluid chorus built for rafters-hollerin'.

Listen: Daniel Wilson - “If You Went Away”

Detroit-based artist Daniel Wilson treats us to more tracks from his forthcoming EP, Boy Who Cried Thunder.

Listen: Jones - “You”

London-based singer Jones returns and serves some stark RnB with new track, "You".

Listen: Frida Sundemo - “The Sun” [Premiere]

It's an expansive, sprawling exploration from Sundemo, with orchestral strings the whirring of sci-fi synths.

Listen: Dísa - “Sculpture”

Icelandic native Dísa haunts us on electronic hinterland, "Sculpture".

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