The new record, Truth or Consequences, comes out on March 13th on Polyvinyl, their first album for the label. A nice slice of Indie Pop pie, this New Zealand band floats in the Best Coast pool of warm vibes and sunshine.
From his upcoming Sub Pop release Kyle Thomas, otherwise known as King Tuff, lays down a George Harrison vibe on the first single.
Husband and wife Indie Pop duo Tennis release their first single in advance of a new record set to come out in 2020. The song has a bit of a ’60s Burt Bacharach vibe going for it that is oddly refreshing.
Described as the missing link between The Magnetic Fields and The Proclaimers This Sextet from Glasgow, Scotland has been making music for over a decade now.
A clever mix of Pop sensibilities and clever songwriting their songs are short bursts of sunshine Pop with bits of Post Punk thrown in for good measure.
Their latest, chock-full of descriptive song titles including the ode to The Ramones, “Hey Ho, No Go,” “Who Does Susan Think She Is” along with the highly excellent “The One I Loathe The Least” are all narrative gems.
The band name itself comes from, ‘Just Joan’, a column in the Daily Mirror and the entire-set wears the groups Scottish heritage loudly and proudly.
Laetitia Tamko, better known as Vagabon, in 2019 released one of the best under the radar Indie Pop marvels of the year. Cameroon born and N.Y. Based, the record is a lush blend of pastoral beauty and lush stings accompanied be other-worldly vocals.
A warm synthy slow morning Neo-Soul slow jam courtesy of Moonchild from their 2019 release, Little Ghost.
A life affirming slice of Electro-Pop. One of the best songs of 2019.