🎧 Gustaf – ‘Mine’

Brooklyn art-rockers Gustaf came up on our radar yesterday, and it seems like their debut single, Mine, has been on repeat for the last 24 hours. Clocking in at just over two minutes, we can’t hit the repeat button enough on this upbeat, infectious number. Now, it’s time for you to hear what we’re talking about.

Check it out in the embed, and be sure to hit up their socials below to show your support. The track will be included on a 7-inch due for release, December 4th via Royal Mountain Records.

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🎧 Hypoluxo – ‘Shock’

Indie-rockers Hypoluxo hail from New York City … Brooklyn, to be exact. We recently came across the latest single from their forthcoming self-titled record, and we can’t seem to get enough here at The iM. Now, it’s time to share it with you.

Check out Shock in the embed, and be sure to hit up their socials below for more leading up to the album release. And, while you’re at it, listen to the first two singles, Ridden and Nimbus, here … you’ll be glad you did,

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🎧 Middle Part – ‘Heartbeat’

Middle Part is the moniker of Brooklyn-based synth-pop artist Andrew Selkōw. We recently came across his new single, and this thing has been on some serious repeat ever since. It’s a real hypnotic number that hits in all the right places. Now, it’s time for you to hear what we’re talking about.

“It’s supposed to paint a picture of me watching myself fall apart. The song is centered around that chaotic feeling somebody in their 20’s can feel when they’re learning to navigate life or what  “the point of it all ” is. “Heartbeat” is a collage of separate experiences of isolation and an internal dialogue stretching from Nashville, Alaska, and New York.”

Check out Heartbeat in the embed, and be sure to hit up his socials below for more going forward. And, while we’ve got your attention, listen to his last single here … trust us when we say, you won’t be disappointed.

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🎧 Toledo – ‘FOMO’

Brooklyn by way of Boston indie-pop duo Toledo recently came up on our radar and let’s just say, we couldn’t be more happy they did. The boys dropped a brand new single late last week and this thing has been on heavy rotation here at The iM.

Listen to FOMO in the embed and be sure to hit up their Bandcamp page at the link below to check out their latest compilation album. We can’t wait to hear more new stuff from Toledo going forward.

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💿 Radical Dads – ‘Paved Mountain’

If you’re not familiar with Radical Dads, you most definitely should be. The latest long-player from the Brooklyn indie-rockers is nothing short of genius. Song after song, hook after hook, this album is as infectious as it gets.

Check out Paved Mountain in the embed below and be sure to listen to our favourite album cuts, Natural Space and The Sea. And, while you’re at it, hit up their socials to show your support.

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🎧 Body Language – ‘Let’s Try’

Here’s a band we haven’t come across in ages but that’s the beauty of the internet, isn’t it? Sure is in the case of the new single by Brooklyn indie-electronic outfit Body Language. The song is a rather infectious cut that will definitely have us dancing around the apartment with our headphones on for days. It will be included on a compilation album celebrating 25 years of San Francisco’s OM Records.

Check out Let’s Try in the embed below and head over to their socials to keep up-to-date on all things Body Language. Here’s hoping more new music is on the way.

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🎧 TBT: Hectic Zeniths – ‘I Might Drown’ (2012)

Philadelphia by way of Brooklyn experimental electronic producer hectic zeniths first came to our attention way back in 2012. His song, i might drown was on constant repeat here at The iM.

Today we take a trip down memory lane and (re)introduce you to a song that was part of a defining era in indie-electronic music. Check it out in the embed below and don’t forget to hit up hectic zeniths over on Bandcamp… thankfully, he is still making music.

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