In August I was introduced to New York-based trio Deep Sea Peach Tree with their new single “Felt” and it’s equally effective b-side “Self-Portrait.”

The band had no plans of ending 2018 with just that release, as they returned on November 30 with their brand new 4-song EP Milk-​Based Religion.

“Haircut Confidence” is a jangly indie rocker with some groovy slacker vibes and garage rock fuzziness and interplay that they knock out of the park with confidence.

Enjoy a stream of the track below and find the entire EP available to stream and purchase at their Bandcamp.

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Swedish indie pop duo Shy Shy Shy have kept plenty busy this year with the release of their debut album Make Up as well as making songs for the new Danish TV series Doggystyle. We previously shared with you both “Sober” and “Joyride” from the show and today we share the video for the shows title track, “Doggystyle (Pretty Please).”

It’s a slick and confident electro-pop offering that is arguably one the bands biggest sounds to date, definitely leaning heavy in a smooth late night synth-pop territory.

Enjoy the video for “Doggystyle (Pretty Please)” below.

Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Henry Hall has returned with new single “Missing Out on Purpose.” It’s a pretty yet heartbreaking slick of folk-driven pop with some slight r&b influence as well, that speaks to missing out on things because of anxiety and other fears.

The track showcases his incredible set of pipes and natural songwriting ability.

Enjoy the animated music video below, which was made by Miriam Cortez-Cáceres

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Van Goose – “Last Bus”

By Will Oliver, December 9th 2018 Dance Indie Listen Stream

Van Goose is the project of Marcy Playground drummer Shlomi Lavie who has released a very dance-friendly single entitled “Last Bus.”

The track is a 5-minute plus dance jam that channels LCD Soundsystem with it’s immediately danceable and funky dance rhythms that don’t let up one bit at all during its entire duration.

Enjoy a stream of “Last Bus” below and find the track available to buy from his Bandcamp.

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Whyte Horses – “Next Year Will Be Mine”

By Will Oliver, December 9th 2018 Other

Manchester, England psych rockers Whyte Horses who released their new album Empty Words back in March and caught our attention with their track “Never Took The Time.”

They have just released a new 7″ full of two brand new Christmas songs entitled “Next Year Will Be Mine” and “Coldest Night Of The Year.”

Today we share the very joyful A-side “Next Year Will Be Mine,” a Phil Spector-esque track that is very much in the realm of Christmas song familiarity, but in a very warm and winning fashion that is perfect to add to your playlist of m

Enjoy a stream of “Next Year Will Be Mine” below.

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Adam Melchor – “Real Estate”

By Will Oliver, December 9th 2018 Folk Indie Listen Stream

Jersey-born singer-guitarist Adam Melchor now calls California home and bases his new single “Real Estate” off one of his first drives from New Jersey to California and when he realized he probably wouldn’t need the winter attire that he brought with him.

“Real Estate” is a beautiful folk song about “the personification of moving; moving to a place where you don’t know what’s going to happen, and moving from a place where you don’t know how much is going to be there if you come back.”

Enjoy a listen to the lovely “Real Estate” below.

Keuning – “Boat Accident”

By Will Oliver, December 9th 2018 Listen Stream

Keuning, the solo project of The Killers’ Dave Keuning, is preparing for the release of his debut album Prismism on January 25, 2019, which he gave us a preview of during his debut NYC live performance at Mercury Lounge last month.

One of the standout moments from that show was a track called “Boat Accident,” which Keuning has smartly released as the latest single from the album, following the release of the title track and “Restless Legs.”

This is a very 80s power pop track (think The Cars) that features some big classic riffs and some pretty catchy vocals from Keuning that finds him more than comfortable in the position of frontman.

Enjoy a listen to “Boat Accident” below.

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Earlier this year, Taken By Trees, the project of Los Angeles’ Victoria Bergsman, released her new album Yellow To Blue via ART:ERY/Shir Records.

She is closing out the year with a festival holiday single, properly entitled “Holiday,” that has that ever so festive comforting sound but also mixed with her trademark dreamy pop sound that is a nice alternative to those many typical Holiday / Christmas songs that we will soon be beaten over the head with across the next few weeks.

Enjoy a stream of “Holiday” below.

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Margot – “Coffee Stained Scars”

By Will Oliver, December 9th 2018 Indie Listen Stream

Margot is a newly formed band from South Loncharmswho have released their latest single “Coffee Stained Scars,” which they say was inspired by Lady Bird – which just so happens to be my favorite film of 2017.

They have this easy-going dream-pop sound that calls to mind some of the suburban charm of bands like Real Estate, led by the charming and smooth lead vocals of singer Alex Hannaway.

The Lady Bird inspiration came from a scene in the film where “a mother’s drive between work and home is the only time in her day when she’s not serving others, creating a time of contemplation.”

Margot’s sound feels fully fleshed out, accomplished, and very much their own on this outstanding single. Enjoy a stream of “Coffee Stained Scars” below and stay tuned for more from these guys very soon.

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Introducing: Joyce Kwon

By Will Oliver, December 9th 2018 Folk Introducing Listen New Stream

Joyce Kwon is a multi-instrumentalist from Los Angeles who recently released her debut album Dream of Home via ps fairy records.

Kwon both a singer and a zither player, explores the many possibilities of the folk genre, adding her own stamp to the genre with smartly crafted songs that blur the lines between folk, art-pop and even elements of jazz and world music.

Take the album’s tile track, “Dream of Home,” a heartfelt and dreamy track that shows off Kwon’s elegant vocals and patient approach that lends a welcoming hand into the album. Or take the track “Nililiya” which is a a Korean traditional song that she has given a modern arrangement, as well as elements of jazz that it blends to create something familiar yet very different in an authentic fashion.

This may be Kwon’s debut album but this is clearly an artist who has been due to release an album for a long time as she is clearly a talent that has just been waiting to be discovered and her time has finally come.

Enjoy streams of both “Dream of Home” and “Nililiya,” which are posted below and find the whole album available to stream or purchase at Bandcamp.

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