Here are our daily picks for you featuring Newmoon, Phoebe Go and more!
1. “Two Kinds” – House of Harm
House of Harm kicks off our exploration with the mesmerizing “Two Kinds.” The track is a compelling fusion of alt-pop and new wave, showcasing House of Harm’s ability to create a sonic landscape that is both haunting and energetic. “Two Kinds” is a testament to the band’s prowess in crafting atmospheric compositions that leave a lasting imprint.
2. “Fading Phase” – Newmoon
Newmoon takes us on a dreamy shoegaze journey with “Fading Phase.” The song is a sonic tapestry of lush guitars, ethereal vocals, and a dreamlike atmosphere. “Fading Phase” captures the essence of introspection and emotional depth, making it a standout addition to Newmoon’s evolving discography.
3. “Something You Were Trying” – Phoebe Go
Phoebe Go enchants us with the indie pop magic of “Something You Were Trying.” The track is a harmonious blend of catchy melodies, soulful vocals, and introspective lyrics. “Something You Were Trying” showcases Phoebe Go’s ability to create music that is both accessible and deeply resonant.
4. “Milk” – Dream, Ivory (feat. Jay Som)
Dream, Ivory, featuring Jay Som, presents the evocative “Milk.” The collaboration is a beautiful convergence of shoegaze production and hyperpop instincts, with Jay Som’s vocals adding a bedroom pop intimacy to the song. “Milk” is a sonic journey that transports listeners into a world of delicate melodies and emotional richness.
5. “DIY” – SWMRS
SWMRS brings a burst of punk energy with “DIY.” The track is a high-octane anthem that resonates with raw power and rebellious spirit. “DIY” captures the essence of independence and the unapologetic ethos of punk, making it a dynamic addition to SWMRS’ repertoire.