Credit: Pierre Voisin
This weekend selection is our second of the summer, cautiously curated and intended to escalate your weekend through extraordinary sonic environments.
Read on and listen below.
As one of Australia’s leading garage punk bands, Hideous Sun Demon immediately left their mark with their hilariously relatable “Good Time”.
For fans of: the Chats, King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, Courtney Barnett
Los Angeles brings us a whirlwind of genre-stretching via Rosing, a three-piece whom recently shared “the abstractly apocalyptic rhythms” of “Beige Oblivion”.
For fans of: Crumb, Little Dragon, Metronomy
Weval is a Dutch duo who dropped their stand out single and title track amongst the other notable bangers from their darkly emotive album, the Weight.
For fans of: Nicolás Jaar, Moderat, Pantha du Prince
Psetta is the solo project of interdisciplinary artist Sam Burnell. Burnell’s newest single, “Deceived”, has been self-described as “off-brand” pop, but honestly, it’s just the kind we like.
For fans of: DIIV, Launder, Hibou
There can never be enough shimmery garage pop, and here we are with an addition from East Coasters Stray Fossa. “Eyze” was created as a sonic narrative for what the band has described as a “fleeting nature of inspiration that comes and goes before one has the chance to channel it into anything productive.”
For fans of: Beach Fossils, Black Marble, A Beacon School
Washington, D.C-based quartet Cigarette share feelings of beautiful vulnerability amongst dream-like soundscapes with “Drips”. Delicate vocals crawl through the tune, leaving us ready for their next lullaby.
For fans of: Cemeteries, Vansire, Sleep Party People