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Posted on Jun 23 2017 - 4:00am by George Houston
Comments Off on PREMIERE | Haim are coming for you in “Want You Back”

Haim just released their music video for their leading single off their new album “Want You Back,” and it’s so boldly cinematic yet effortlessly pristine that we’re going to break it down like a screenplay for you. Sit back, relax, and rest easy in the knowledge that the girls are back and better than ever. Characters (in order of appearance):...

Posted on Jun 22 2017 - 4:00am by George Houston
Comments Off on PREMIERE | Evan Michael Green breaks down insecurity with “Nice Voice” video

“You can fall victim to someone who has another motive in mind,” says the R&B performer about his brand new clip. If something is too good to be true, it most likely is. R&B singer-songwriter Evan Michael Green frames that wavelength in his new acoustic number, “Nice Voice,” in which he warns off women from those slick-talking, too-cool-for-school...

Posted on Jun 22 2017 - 4:00am by George Houston
Comments Off on INTERVIEW | Sleep Party People discuss the latest album “Lingering”

You might not expect emotional, complicated songs to come from a person wearing a rabbit mask. Alas, that is exactly what you’ll get with Sleep Party People, the solo project of Danish music man Brian Batz. The dream-pop sound he has created under the alias has been delivering for listeners all over the world since 2008, most recently with the release of his...

Posted on Jun 21 2017 - 4:00am by George Houston
Comments Off on WASHED OUT released two dreamy new singles after a four year hiatus

I first found out about Washed Out (consisting of Georgia native Ernest Greene) when I was 14 years old – I had just ventured out of finding music only through what I heard on the radio or with my dad, and instead turned to discovering new music online. I stumbled upon their dreamy EP Life of Leisure – six ambient, beachy tracks that – though I...

Posted on Jun 20 2017 - 4:00am by George Houston
Comments Off on PREMIERE | Big Little Lions have never been “Better Than This”

“Love is really all there is when it comes down to it,” says singer Helen Austin. Despite raging political upheaval, Big Little Lions manage to inject their music and the world around them with a jovial and shiny boost of optimism, reveling in the things they can control. “I’m just about to hit my 25th wedding anniversary, and one of my kids...

Posted on May 7 2017 - 4:00am by George Houston
Comments Off on Review | What are you so sad about, Mac?

Despite bucktooth grins to the contrary, Popdust is sad to report that guitar-playing shaman Mac DeMarco is sad. While easing himself into becoming the “Laid-Back Prince of Indie Rock” after spending a year or so courting fans at his Far Rockaway palace, DeMarco has been singing for some time of nothing but sadness. His last release, Another One, was...

Posted on May 7 2017 - 4:00am by George Houston
Comments Off on Is the new LCD Soundsystem the closest we’ll ever get to new Bowie?

James Murphy and David Bowie don’t have all that much in common, despite the fact that both, more likely than not, have an enormously large crossover fan base. While, as LCD Soundsystem, Murphy positioned himself as indie rock’s electronic dance overlord, he didn’t seem to engage much in Bowie’s gestures toward electronic or dance music (namely,...

Posted on May 5 2017 - 4:00am by George Houston
Comments Off on GRIZZLY BEAR’s dreamy first single in five years, “Three Rings”

The end of their hibernation is here. Grizzly Bear have released a new track, “Three Rings”, off their upcoming LP that’s set to be their most recent release in five years. Listen here if you live in New Zealand or wait until midnight for it’s official release, according to Grizzly Bear’s twitter. The single is an intense and majestic...

Posted on May 5 2017 - 4:00am by George Houston
Comments Off on Premiere: filous shares acoustic “Goodbye” video featuring Mat Kearney

The renovation of pop music is what filous does best. His simple, heartfelt overhaul of songs like “Let It Snow” into haunting escapes has branded him the next innovator of musical hybrids: who melts together weighty folk storytelling with erratic and polished EDM. He’s only 19 years old, but he is a master of his craft, as evidenced on his 2015...

Posted on May 5 2017 - 4:00am by George Houston
Comments Off on Interview | JoLivi on “Love Who You Wanna Love,” finding herself & new EP

Giving your heart a chance can be burdensome, especially when it comes to who you love. You dress yourself up with how you think you should be or what society dictates. The path to ultimate self-realization proves to be tricky, but for singer-songwriter JoLivi, that journey changed everything. “Seeing my friends around me–who are part of the LGBT community–inspired...

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