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Astral Tide – “Glimpses” Source: Obscure Sound(http://obscuresound.com/

Astral Tide is a new post-punk band based out of Berlin, Germany. They’re a five-piece with members originating from all throughout Europe, including Italy, England, and Denmark. This eclectic collection of musicians have crafted something...

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Everyday Life – “Spinning Wheels” Source: Obscure Sound(http://obscuresound.com/)

Cycles by Everyday Life The twangy jangle-pop of Blue Plutos was always very enjoyable to me — particularly the track “Shadow Chateau“, which is recommended listening to all. With a sound reminiscent of Felt, The Go-Betweens, The Church and other ’80s jangle-pop greats, they really struck a sweet spot. So I was delighted to find out […] The post Everyday Life – “Spinning Wheels” appeared first on .

Astral Tide – “Glimpses” Source: Obscure Sound(http://obscuresound.com/)

Astral Tide is a new post-punk band based out of Berlin, Germany. They’re a five-piece with members originating from all throughout Europe, including Italy, England, and Denmark. This eclectic collection of musicians have crafted something special with their track “Glimpses”, which is off their debut EP (out this summer). Beginning with frantic percussion and a […] The post Astral Tide – “Glimpses” appeared first on .

Everything by Electricity – “High” Source: Obscure Sound(http://obscuresound.com/)

Back in 2013, London-based group Everything by Electricity impressed with the track “Violet Haze”, which ran on nocturnal synth pads and a nostalgic motor-like ignition in its similarities to neon-lit Italo-disco and synth-pop. Their sound was brimming with life and synth-driven infectiousness, just as is the case with their brand new track “High”. It presents the group’s […] The post Everything by Electricity – “High” appeared first on .

The Analogs – “Electric” Source: Obscure Sound(http://obscuresound.com/)

The Analogs is the solo project of Al Gentile, a multi-instrumentalist and composer from Lowell, Massachusetts. His new track “Electric” is a striking work with enjoyably contrasting sections. While the initial verses are richly expansive and well-polished, with synth trickles and crisp guitar lines over Gentile’s subdued vocals, the chorus is a spacious repetition of […] The post The Analogs – “Electric” appeared first on .

The Aurian Haller Band – “Les orphelins” Source: Obscure Sound(http://obscuresound.com/)

House of Words by The Aurian Haller Band Aurian Haller Band is comprised of various Quebec City musicians and fronted by Aurian Haller, an award-winning poet and singer/songwriter. With an expansive folk sound rooted in influences like Nick Drake and Daniel Lanois, the group’s arsenal includes elements like string bass, cello, and lap steel, touting […] The post The Aurian Haller Band – “Les orphelins” appeared first on .

Matthew Morgan – “Songs Like These” Source: Obscure Sound(http://obscuresound.com/)

Empathy For Inanimate Objects EP by Matthew Morgan With his style of melodically bustling and vocally prominent folk, Matthew Morgan reminds of artists like Matthew Sweet, Neil Young, and Ryan Adams in their ability to juggle twangy heartache with more infectious hook-driven soulful rock. On his upcoming EP, Empathy For Inanimate Objects, the Ohio-based singer/songwriter shows off six finely […] The post Matthew Morgan – “Songs Like These” appeared first on .

Revolt of the Potatobug – “The Moons of Oklahoma” Source: Obscure Sound(http://obscuresound.com/)

Under the name Revolt of the Potatobug, Jason Bringard produces beautiful instrumental neo-folk that is imaginative and atmospherically stirring. Written and recorded in Salt Lake City, Bringard’s new album – Into the Orchard – features 11 instrumental gems that capture the tranquil infectiousness of his songwriting. There’s a lot of emotional life in the album; […] The post Revolt of the Potatobug – “The Moons of Oklahoma” appeared first on .

Ninth Floor Mannequin – “The Company” Source: Obscure Sound(http://obscuresound.com/)

Last month I posted Ninth Floor Mannequin’s excellent track “Absences“, a hypnotic gem featuring crisp guitars and a bustling post-punk feel. Captivated by the track, I’ve kept returning to it alongside the other two tracks on its eponymous EP. “The Company” is another track from the release worth pointing out, as it displays a more […] The post Ninth Floor Mannequin – “The Company” appeared first on .

 

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