Indie Chill

Here at We Are The Guard, we have a steamy and sultry release by California-native Emmit Fenn called Woman. So, pour two glasses of wine and get comfortable. This is some baby-making music.
Brisbane, Australia alt-R&B act CLN delivers a sublime 4 minutes of glowing 8-bit synths and some crystalline marimba, with a swooning, hypnotic bassline growling in like the coming dusk on Breathe.
International singer Sofi de la Torre prides herself in making pop done right. You get that sense immediately on Views Of You. This is a soft, universal love song that tells the perils of heartbreak.
Haux first caught our attention with his debut EP, All We’ve Known. It’s a collection of sullen, steady songs. He lets his voice and melodies trickle and they’re undoubtedly beautiful for a foggy morning.
New releases are starting to match the spring season, and Taj Ralph’s single, Beat the Keeper, is no exception. Not much is yet known about the young Australian artist, but his debut track dropped down on us like soft morning dew on the cusp of a warm day.
Merging the vocal talents of Brennan Strawn and the instrumental prowess of OneRepublic member Brent Kutzle, Sea & Sky is the newest offering from the Los Angeles-based synth-pop group named Monarch.
There is a special intimacy in minimalism, both in aesthetics and in the music that often accompanies it. We Are: The Guard thus dub Minke’s Gold Angel, a sweet, contemplative track, made vibrant with its adorned electric guitar.
Like Someone In Love has been performed by greats such as Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Chet Baker, Björk, and other artists. Joining the notable performances is indie musician Bruno Major. With the help of indie artist Phairo, the two recreated the classic song into something refreshingly true to its jazz roots.
As part of his upcoming EP REAL, Henry Green releases a dizzying tune that will get people excited about taking a step back and diving into an intimate space where soft sultry beats serve as a safety blanket from the feeling of vulnerability that may be felt throughout More Than This.
New Zealand-based artist Tsorf (pronounced like surf) is here with some downtempo goodness on her latest track, Hold on to Me. Her ethereal vocals are simply magical on this third single, and they glide over pulsating 80s’-inspired synths and subtle atmospherics beautifully.
Los Angeles based singer-songwriter Emma Sameth instantly won us over with her chilly electro-R&B track, 2 AM. It’s produced by DNTST and Berg, and it features a snap-filled, winding beat that keeps the track going, while her breathy-soft vocals set the track’s sensual tone.

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