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Dugo – “Higher Ground” Source: Obscure Sound(http://obscuresound.com/

Takahiro Izutani touts an impressive career that’s likely familiar to a number of fans in TV, music, and video games alike. For starters, he was the co-composer of one of my favorite recent video games in Metal Gear Solid 4, always a series...

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Gorillaz Announce New Album ‘Humanz’, Release Four Tracks Source: Obscure Sound(http://obscuresound.com/)

It’s a great day to be a Gorillaz fan. Damon Albarn, Jamie Hewlett, and a wide assortment of collaborators are back for their new album Humanz, out April 28th. The regular edition of Humanz features 14 tracks, with the deluxe adding five more (check the tracklisting at the bottom of this post), jam-packed with guest […] The post Gorillaz Announce New Album ‘Humanz’, Release Four Tracks appeared first on .

Moon Loves Honey – “Before I Crash” Source: Obscure Sound(http://obscuresound.com/)

Danish dream-rock act Moon Loves Honey craft a gorgeous sound, led by the dual-attack vocals of Jeppe Dengsø and Stine Drejer, who harmonize beautifully throughout stunning track “Before I Crash”. It’s a subtle combination, one that works perfectly. The track demonstrates the band’s arsenal well, featuring a fluttering dose of synths underneath gauzy layers of […] The post Moon Loves Honey – “Before I Crash” appeared first on .

PolyAnna – “Alien Baby” Source: Obscure Sound(http://obscuresound.com/)

PolyAnna was formed in Brooklyn, NY in the winter of 2016 by two bedroom producers, Austin Emerson and Samir Dahmani. Their debut album Known: Unknown was recorded during the summer of 2016 using now-obsolete equipment. The last track off that release, “Alien Baby”, is a captivating 7+-minute epic that does well in showcasing the project’s […] The post PolyAnna – “Alien Baby” appeared first on .

Bolinas – “Vacation” Source: Obscure Sound(http://obscuresound.com/)

In a seemingly never-ending winter, Bolinas’ “Vacation” is a track that should sweep you away to warmer, more pastoral pastures. The dream-pop quartet showcases some supremely serene vibes here, with lush atmospherics reminiscent of their “’80s and ’90s U.K. forebearers” in the lush vocal nonchalance and shoegaze-y guitar jangle. It’s an arsenal that reminds nicely […] The post Bolinas – “Vacation” appeared first on .

HYLA – “Swam Out” Source: Obscure Sound(http://obscuresound.com/)

Hailing from Perth, Australia, HYLA are a quartet with a crisp and accessible take on dream-pop. Their submerged layers of guitar and placid vocals resemble shoegaze to an extent, though with a more pop-driven shine also relatively reminiscent of shaggy Brit-pop. It’s a hybrid that ultimately reminds of acts in the ilk of Smith Westerns, […] The post HYLA – “Swam Out” appeared first on .

Ryan Summers – ‘F51.01’ Source: Obscure Sound(http://obscuresound.com/)

We featured Summers’ previous project, Midwest Soul Xchange, in the past with the track “Roots“. That effort featured an up-front dual vocal approach, showing calm retrospection amidst an energetic chorus. With that in mind, his new ambient direction comes as a bit of a surprise, though not really as much when you consider his eclectic music […] The post Ryan Summers – ‘F51.01’ appeared first on .

Dugo – “Higher Ground” Source: Obscure Sound(http://obscuresound.com/)

Takahiro Izutani touts an impressive career that’s likely familiar to a number of fans in TV, music, and video games alike. For starters, he was the co-composer of one of my favorite recent video games in Metal Gear Solid 4, always a series with impressive audio content. As the frontman of the project Dugo, his […] The post Dugo – “Higher Ground” appeared first on .

Freddy Hale – “Troublemaker” Source: Obscure Sound(http://obscuresound.com/)

Freddy Hale is a Swedish-American artist who crafts an infectious blend of hip-hop, soul, and R&B, exemplified on new single “Troublemaker”, where trickling guitars, range-packed vocals, and a tightly constructed hook make for a pleasant effort. The primary hook finds Hale spelling out the track’s title, over an effervescent synth pad and the aforementioned guitar […] The post Freddy Hale – “Troublemaker” appeared first on .

 

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