Indie Electronic

The scene in Moscow seems to be so vibrant and colorful in a completely stark and vicious way. But IC3PEAK, the audiovisual terror project of Nick Kostylev & Nastya Kreslina, might just be the most significant bottling of this wild energy I’ve come across in all my years of blogging about Soviet Rap.
Summer may be on its last legs according to the calendar, although the weather seems to have no interest in cooperating. Neither does Philippine-born and current residence of Los Angeles Sweater Beats. His latest single Enemy feat. Sorana is the summer banger you’ve been waiting for.
Yeah Right is the first offering we’ve heard from CHINAH's debut album and it does not disappoint. Things start off innocuously enough with bright, airy synths, but they quickly take a dark turn. CHINAH makes sure to keep you on your toes, zigging when you expect them to zag.
It’s been seven years and then some since Uffie was Poppin’ the Glock, and as far as her songwriting chops are concerned, little has changed. The French-American artist is back from a very long hiatus with the wondrous bit of afterhours dream pop Drugs.
Denny White may want a moment “Alone With You,” but he seems likely to find a much, much larger audience. It is our great pleasure and pride to premiere the Los Angeles-based singer’s newest song, you guessed it, "Alone With You" here at We Are: The Guard.
Some things are worth the wait. It took six years, a name change, and a change of coasts, but Waterbed (Formerly MVCLES) finally put out their debut album. And the Glo-fi is stronger than ever. FOREVER is fantastic electro pop. To go along with the brilliance of Sweet n Sour, there are also gems like Where U R.
Water Me Down is a sturdy, pop ballad about holding true to yourself and not giving an eff about someone having a problem with the way you present yourself. Ever the classy lady with the impressive vocal chops, Mothica delivers the message with her silky tongue and catchy synth chords to boot.