Laura Mahot

Exclusive Track Premiere: ‘Cathy Come Home,’ Flyte

June 28, 2017

For the first single off of London-based band Flyte’s debut LP, the alternative four-piece stays close to their roots.

Exclusive Track Premiere: ‘Unusable Love,’ El Ten Eleven

June 20, 2017

Los Angeles-based musicians Kristian Dunn and Tim Fogarty have created hypnotic instrumental music since they formed El Ten Eleven in 2002. Today they take an unexpected turn and release their first-ever effort with a singer: “Unusable Love” featuring Emile Mosseri.

Exclusive Track & Video Premiere: ‘Then There’s You,’ Saskwatch

June 5, 2017

Australian six-piece Saskwatch’s second-ever single, “Then There’s You,” explores a feeling of disconnect, in which one drifts apart from a loved one even though a love remains.

Exclusive Track Premiere: ‘Morning Bells,’ Lola Marsh

June 1, 2017

At the start of 2016, a young duo from Tel Aviv known as Lola Marsh self-released You’re Mine, an impressive debut EP that introduced its members, Gil Landau and Yael Cohen, as collaborators who together make magnetic, thoughtful indie-pop.

Exclusive Track Premiere: ‘Me Swimming,’ Mary Epworth

May 2, 2017

Today marks English musician Mary Epworth’s return.

Exclusive Track Premiere: ‘Beach Break,’ Julietta

February 16, 2017

It’s been a frigid February in New York City and warm days feel distant. New York-based musician Julietta is in for what’s left of winter’s cold fronts with the rest of us, but her new track “Beach Break” transports us to a summer day.

Exclusive Video Premiere: ‘No Sleep,’ Snow Culture

February 8, 2017

Today, we’d like make an introduction to a dark Swedish duo that call themselves Snow Culture. They arrive with “No Sleep,” their first-ever single and its accompanying video.

Exclusive Track Premiere: ‘Unholy War,’ Jacob Banks

February 7, 2017

Back in Britain, singer-songwriter Jacob Banks has been busy crafting “digital soul” music.

Exclusive Track Premiere: ‘Girls on T.V.,’ Tashaki Miyaki

January 24, 2017

“We are living in an Andy Warhol meets Orwellian vision of the future and I find it terrifying,” says Paige Stark, half of the Los Angeles-based duo Tashaki Miyaki. “It’s all about ‘likes’ and numbers and now our country is being run by a monster who was created by this very machine.”

To Love

November 18, 2016

“Sometimes when we think about the notion of love, we think it can only happen if we know someone,” explains Ebony G. Patterson.

Exclusive Track Premiere: ‘Papernote,’ Tigertown (B├śRNS and Tommy English Remix)

October 27, 2016

Sydney-based band Tigertown’s “Papernote” began as so many songs do: with a story of heartache.

Exclusive Video Premiere: ‘Sleep,’ Maisy Kay

June 27, 2016

A few weeks before the release of her debut EP Disguises, we’re pleased to premiere 17-year-old singer/songwriter Maisy Kay’s first official music video.

Exclusive Track Premiere: ‘Kiss It,’ Dorothy

June 21, 2016

The Los Angeles-based band DOROTHY produces some of the purest, most energetic modern rock.

Exclusive Track Premiere: ‘Seaside,’ HAUX

June 7, 2016

Fusing a calming electronic soundscape with smooth and melodic vocals, Woodson Black—better known as Haux—transports listeners to the titular location of his latest single: “Seaside.”

Exclusive Track Premiere: ‘Through Emptiness,’ Corbu

May 16, 2016

Through an album infused with hazy and psychedelic elements as well as upbeat pop hooks, Corbu’s Jonathan Graves and his creative partner Amanda transport listeners to another realm.

Exclusive Video Premiere: ‘Golden Ticket,’ Highasakite

May 13, 2016

Opening Norwegian band Highasakite’s single “Golden Ticket,” vocalist Ingrid Helene Håvik sets a dark tone: “God if you’re still watching / There are no more happy days / God if you’re still watching / There’s no more celebration.”

Exclusive Track Premiere: ‘Angel Cum Clean,’ Elvis Depressedly

May 10, 2016

Joining 2013’s EP Holo Pleasures with a collection of new songs entitled California Dreamin‘, Elvis Depressedly is preparing to release a combined LP on June 3.

Exclusive Track Premiere: ‘Don’t You Cry For Me,’ Cobi

May 2, 2016

When talking about “Don’t You Cry For Me,” Cobi Mike says it was inspired by “that feeling of falling to my knees and crying with regret of the mistakes made in the past, and the redemption that comes from grieving all that’s been lost.”

Exclusive Video Premiere: ‘Young, Rich and Radical,’ Club cheval

April 25, 2016

Unlike the initial implications of Club cheval’s song “Young, Rich and Radical,” the visuals for the track advocate a simple, sober lifestyle.

Exclusive Track Premiere: ‘Settle Down,’ Twin River

April 19, 2016

Infused with surf-tinged guitar and drums, “Settle Down” reflects frontwoman Courtney Ewan searching for closure and learning how to relinquish control.