Deep Sea Peach Tree – “Xanzibar”

By Will Oliver, February 22nd 2019 Indie Listen Stream

New York native’s Deep Sea Peach Tree recently released their 4-song EP Milk-Based Religion last November but have already returned with a brand new single with “Xanzibar.”

The track is a laid back indie rocker with some soothing and funky almost bedroom pop vibes that shows a bit of range for the band who don’t seem to be locked down to just one sound or genre.

Enjoy a stream of “Xanzibar” below.

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Melby – “VCR”

By Will Oliver, February 22nd 2019 Indie Listen Stream

Last November we shared with you a wonderful track from Stockholm outfit Melby. The band will release their debut album None Of This Makes Me Worry this April via Rama Lama Records and have recently returned with the release of their new single “VCR.”

The band once again finds an effortless thread between indie rock, psych rock and some dreamy synth atmosphere, all tied together with a very lovingly 90s vibe.

Enjoy a listen to “VCR” below and stay tuned for more from the album coming soon. You can find the album available to preorder at their Bandcamp.

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Caroline Lazar – “Only One”

By Will Oliver, February 22nd 2019 Folk Indie Listen Stream

New York singer-songwriter Caroline Lazar will release her new EP sometime this spring but has given us a preview of it with her new single “Only One.” The thoughtful singer brings a raw vocal performance with a feeling of folk intimacy that builds up to a satisfying emotional conclusion.

Stay tuned for more from Lazar soon and enjoy a listen to “Only One” right now below.

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There was a point in time were music discovery and monthly mixes were some of the only things we did here, long before concert photography and coverage even seemed like a possibility.

It’s been something I always wanted to get back to focusing on especially in the age of the trusty Spotify Playlist. It’s long overdue that I get with the rest of the world and start a monthly mix, highlighting some new releases and favorite under the radar songs that I enjoyed listening to throughout the month.

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Photos by Dana Pacifico

Following Day 1 of and Day 2 of iii Points Festival in Miami, we returned for the 3rd and final day of the fest, featuring a strong bill of A$AP Rocky, Erykah Badu, Blood Orange, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Khruangbin, David August and Aja Monet.

Our photographer Dana Pacifico was there to capture photos from all the performances, all of which you can find posted in the photo gallery below.

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Photos by Dana Pacifico

Following Day 1 of iii Points Festival in Miami, we returned for Day 2 that featured more heavily on soul, dance and hip-hop. Our photographer Dana Pacifico was there to capture photos from all of Day 2, which featured performances from SZA, James Blake, James Murphy (DJ Set), Yaeji and Masego.

Find all of her shots from Day 2 posted in the photo gallery below.
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Photos by Dana Pacifico

This year saw iii Points Festival’s sixth year in Miami, featuring a great collection of artists spanning across many genres. The first day of the festival took place on Friday, February 15th, featuring sets from Tyler, The Creator, Pussy Riot, a Toro y Moi DJ set, Beach House, Jacques Greene, The Internet, Channel Tres, Tama Gucci and more.

Our photographer Dana Pacifico was there to capture photos from all of Day 1’s festivities. Find all of her shots posted in the gallery below.

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I’m still quite torn about the split of Wild Beasts, who were one of the most reliable bands in the indie rock game. But today we get a clearer picture of why the band went their separate ways, with the band’s Hayden Thorpe releasing his debut single, “Diviner” via Domino Records.

It’s comforting to hear the trademark vocals of Thorpe soaring again. It doesn’t stray too far from the sort of contribution that eh would make with the band, a song that is distinctly very much his own but also one that should be an easy transition for fans of the band to make. We can only assume it’s off his eventual debut album due out maybe sometime this year.

For now, you can listen to “Diviner” below, via it’s beautiful music video directed by Crowns & Owls.

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Last night Houndmouth returned to New York for a performance at Brooklyn Steel, following a much more intimate brief showing at Rough Trade NYC last summer in support of their third album Golden Age, released via Reprise Records.

The show featured an opening performance from Ben Kweller, who recently returned with new single “Heart Attack Kid,” that will appear on his upcoming new album, his first in seven years. It was my long overdue first time seeing Kweller perform, and getting to hear so many of his classics performed live was a real treat and completely worth the wait.

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Vampire Weekend will release their long-awaited new album Father of the Bride sometime this spring, which we’ve gotten a taste of with new single “Harmony Hall” and “2021.”

Today the band released the music video for “Harmony Hall,” which was directed Emmett Malloy and stars the band alongside appearances from Jonah Hill (who directed their next music video), producer Ariel Rechshaid, Dev Hynes (of Blood Orange) and Danielle Haim (of Haim), not to mention a snake.

Enjoy the video below.

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