Best New Tracks

The buzz has been building since the October release of “Buried in the Sand,” and this week HÆLOS made it official, announcing their sophomore LP Any Random Kindness and releasing a brand new song, “Kyoto.”
Knock Me Off My Feet is an infectious little ditty that will get your heart pumping, feet tapping, and eventually burrow its way deep into the recesses of your mind. Accompanying the song is a beautiful and transfixing video.
North Carolina cellist Kelsey Lu has been raising eyebrows and turning heads with a couple of noteworthy covers leading up to her much-anticipated solo debut. Lu's take on the smooth, soulful art-funk of 10cc's I'm Not In Love wraps the original in gauze, lace, and cobwebs.
If you caught Hozier on his recent tour in support of 2018’s Nina Cried Power EP, then you likely heard the Irish man’s take on the Destiny’s Child classic Say My Name. It’s a fantastic single that Hozier makes his own while still paying proper homage to the original.
Elohim's latest single and second collaboration with Skrillex, Buckets has her swagger and bluster on full display as the topsy turvy number takes you in a myriad of directions but always manages to satisfy with its primal energy.
American singer-songwriter Claire Guerreso’s gut wrenching tune Ashes is an emotionally raw and highly evocative number that pushes all the right buttons and delivers in a big way.
2019 is the year of giving the people what they want. Or at least that seems to be the case for soulful Irish crooner Dermot Kennedy. The man finally relented and released a proper version of fan-favorite For Island Fires and Family. He also released his self-titled debut LP.
Being alive in a society in 2018 is sort of like living on quicksand, or maybe just over a trap door. The bottom can drop out any second. Information Overload, the debut single from Vermont's Grabbitz, captures this confusing, contradictory life on the edge not only lyrically, but also sonically.
The thing about Christmas music is it’s unavoidable. Which brings us to Dog Orchestra’s cover of the Christmastime classic “Carol of the Bells,” a welcome reminder that Christmas music doesn’t have to suck.

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