Indie Chill

Moses Sumney continues to amp up the expectation for his new album, Grae, with "Me In 20 Years." Moses Sumney certainly knows how to work the album release cycle. He's currently on his third advance single for (...)
Moroccan-American singer/songwriter Dounia returns with the steamy "My Own Company" just in time for the winter. There is nothing quite like a woman who knows what she wants. Dounia is nothing if not confident. Back in (...)
I’m feeling lost and alone. Like nothing I do in this world matters and it’s all some hopeless effort to connect me to a universe I don’t feel very strongly about connecting to. Okay, I don’t exactly feel that per say, but good music is (...)
If Ryan Beatty were to turn out to be the head of a new chillwave 2.0 pop-soul-esque sound, then consider us signed right up. Like first in line, riding the rails at shows-- in a chill way though. His music is too wayyyy vibey to stress (...)
If you thought the hot weather was long gone, you thought wrong! Get ready to have this evening’s temperature reach a new boiling point thanks to the intoxicating single “Heat Wave” by indie-pop songstress LYYN. Actually (...)
Despite what seems to sound like a brand new band, the UK group push baby has been around for quite some time, but they didn’t sound much like push baby, nor did they go by that name. But that was then, and this is now, and (...)
In a world of production wizards: we’re hearing songs that are bigger, better, wilder, weirder crisper, catchier, and with more sheen and polish than ever before. It’s almost too hard to keep up. Alright, whos making the hottest (...)
Four Tet creates moving, emotional ambient dance music for paintings on "Anna Paintings." His music has always sought the equilibrium between the physical and the cerebral. Kieran Hebden's music is as much for the art gallery as the (...)
Let me stop you right there and just say one thing: LISTEN TO “WE WATCH THE STARS” by Fink. Do it like now. Stop, drop, and roll away from life. It doesn’t take long after you hit the play button on Fink’s new single to be (...)
Indie rock band KONGOS, who had breakthrough success with their single “Come With Me Now,” embrace our insecurities and thoughtfully unravels what goes through our mind when we stare at our partner's eyes (...)
Richie Quake is Marty McFly in Back to the Future Part II, no question. He has successfully time travelled between the eighties and the aughts seamlessly blending their music together into a sound that belongs to a (...)
This song is sexy as all hell. A little rendezvous between Dom and his girl in that slow-tempo sound definitely as us hot under the collar. If this isn’t the baby-making anthem for the rest of the year than the world needs to catch (...)

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