Yawn is the moniker of Vancouver dream-pop artist Julia McDougall. Last year, the singer/songwriter released her incredible 4-song effort, You & I, and now we have an infectious new single to go along with it.
Check out Wasting Time in the embed, and be sure to show your support over on her socials below. Hopefully, for us, more music is on the way.
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.
Deep Covers is the moniker of Calgary electronic music producer and multi-instrumentalist, Daniel Wilson. Just today, we came across his sophomore effort, Dark World, and after just one listen, we’re hooked.
Check it out in the embed, and be sure to hit up our favourite album track, Repeater. And, while you’re at it, visit Daniel over on his socials below.
Montreal synth-pop outfit May Have recently came up on our radar and we’re glad they did. Their latest record, Misunderstood, has been on heavy rotation over the last couple of days and shows no signs of letting up. Now, it’s time to share it with you.
Check out the EP in the embed below, and be sure to hit up their socials for more going forward. Trust us when we say, this is a band you don’t want to sleep on.
Whatever Marlon Chaplin is doing these days, he seems to be doing it right. Just recently he released another music video on the world and we can’t get enough of his new electronic, synth-driven sound. Now, it’s time to share the latest with you.
Check out the clip for Empty Shells in the embed below and don’t forget to hit up his socials to show your support. The song will be included on his new album, Synestalgia, due for release sometime this summer.
We first told you about Los Angeles-based synth-pop artist Kowloon back in late May. Well, he’s back with new music, and just like the first single, Paradise, we can’t seem to get enough. It’s a smooth, laid back number that sounds like a missing track straight off Destroyer‘s album, Kaputt.
Check out English Morning in the embed below and be sure to hit up his socials to show your support going forward.
In October of last year, Toronto synth-pop outfit Rapport dropped their incredibly infectious debut EP on the world. Now, we’re happy to tell you the band is back with a brand new music video. It’s a real playful number that just might have you dancing around your apartment just like us.
Check out 30 Days Down And Out in the embed below and be sure to hit up their socials for more going forward. Who knows, maybe there is some new Rapport music just around the corner?
Just last week we told you about a new track from Marlon Chaplin called Are You Ok?. Well, he’s back at it with another song and it might very well be as good as the previous one. It’s a dreamy synth-driven number you won’t soon forget.
Check out Alternate End in embed and be sure to hit up his socials for more going forward. Looks like Mr. Chaplin is heading in a different direction with these last two singles and we have no problem with it at all.