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[new]: Khruangbin – “So We Won’t Forget”

By Will Oliver, May 18th 2020

Today, Khruangbin released their new single “So We Won’t Forget” the second song (listen to the first single, “Time (You and I)” here) shared from their upcoming new record, Mordechai, out June 26th on Dead Oceans. It followed

As you’d expect, it’s another smooth as hell jam from the record, featuring those smooth basslines, crisp guitar riffs, compact percussion, and some lovely vocals that bring it all home. It sounds like a perfect summer day where you hit the road with no real destination in mind.
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Winter – “Here I Am Existing”

By Will Oliver, May 18th 2020

Winter is the project of Samara Winter, who is preparing for the release of her new album Endless Space (Between You & I) via Bar/None Records.

Today we are sharing her current new single from the LP, the psych-journey that is “Here I Am Existing.” The track feels like it could be a spiritual sister to Melody’s Echo Chamber, with heavenly soaring vocals that are joyfully emerging amongst some lush dreamy psychedelic rock that feels pulled from the 60s. Winter says that the song is about:

blissful and harmonious nature and the feeling of feeling at one with your surrounding especially in nature.

Enjoy a listen to the track below.
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Junipero – “Want To”

By Will Oliver, May 18th 2020

Junípero, the Mexican dream-pop duo of Joán Melendrez and Janelle Saucedo, caught our attention last month with their lovely single “New Beginnings.”

Today we’re back to share its follow-up, “Want To.” The duo once again finds a way to tap into a dreamy soundscape that feels like a rich and vivid vision into someone’s romantic past.
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Chloe Gallardo – “Fool’s Keeper”

By Will Oliver, May 18th 2020

Los Angeles based singer/songwriter Chloe Gallardo has returned with her ultra chill new offering “Fool’s Keeper.”

The track channels a vintage pop sound with a bedroom pop sound that blossoms into something much larger-than-life and expansive. With introspective lyrics, soothing melodies, and some dream-pop elements that call to mind acts like Men I Trust. With lovely vocals, and a quite memorable guitar line that has a nostalgic tone and twang to it, “Fool’s Keeper” is an absolute delight.
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Jaguar Sun – “Those Days”

By Will Oliver, May 18th 2020

Jaguar Sun is the solo project of Ontario-based multi-instrumentalist Chris Minielly. Inspired by bands such as STRFKR, Youth Lagoon, and Panda Bear, he crafts dreamy pop-minded soundscapes with an experimental nature.

He’s preparing to release his debut album This Empty Town this summer, full of a colleciton of 8-songs that speaks to “the loss of relationships and home town nostalgia.”

This is felt on his new dream-laden single “Those Days.” The tracks cast a warm feeling of sincerity and nostalgia that feels like a melancholic dream full of memories of the past, present and future, all rolled up into one. The sort of dream where you wake up and wonder if that really happened to you.

Based on this track, we’re excited to hear what the rest of the record sounds like. Enjoy a listen to “Those Days” below.

Pizza Daddy – “Too Many Boyfriends”

By Will Oliver, May 18th 2020

Pizza Daddy is the London-duo of Ross Pearce & Mike Stothard, who took a break from their previous band Boys to start the new project together.

“Too Many Boyfriends” is the duo’s latest single, a track that features some shimmering shoegazy guitar work, that soar high in the sky with some dreamy vocals that tie it all together in a confident and melancholic fashion. It feels like a sprawling sort of rocker you’d hear during the Brit Pop heyday.
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