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Jack Harris, “Hurricane Lamp”

Folk artist and singer songwriter Jack Harris uses his slow and deliberate guitar strumming and his strong voice to create detailed and intricate stories.


Toothless, The Pace Of The Passing

Toothless’ (Ed Nash from Bombay Bicycle Club) debut full-length is an airy, punchy, and fantastically paced 10 song epic. It’s that much more impressive when you take into account that it’s a side project.


Oh Wonder, “High On Humans”

We’re still trying to figure out what the hell the name of this song means but damn, it’s infectiously catchy. From the first seconds of sampled human voices, it’s impossible not to get a contact high from his track.

Now Now, “SGL”

Just listen to this gloriously happy-sounding song, be stoked that Now Now is back, and please ignore us attempting to dance over in the corner.

Daniel Romano, “Ugly Human Heart Pt. 1”

Packed with enough 70’s sass, this colorful and fast-paced track starts as quickly as it ends. Be prepared to play it on repeat and be sure to check out their new album Modern Pressure. 

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