Alec Petty

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Tropical Popsicle, “Ghost Beacons”

These party animals ingest way too much sugar on this new track.

Sacred Bones Releases Eraserhead Soundtrack

The record label goes all out on one of film's most unique soundtrack recordings.

The Babies, “Moonlight Mile”

A sinister heart beats below an innocent track.

Spook Houses, “American”

A two-minute epic about the stupidity and glory of youth.

Transmissions From Telos: Vol. IV – Lumerians

Lumerians becomes a superhuman, acid-guzzling spaceship of heady jams.

The Orwells, “Mallrats (La La La)”

The Orwells create scrappy and juvenile teen anthems.

Cult of Youth, “Man and Man's Ruin”

Cult of Youth fight the powers of evil within.

Lee Bannon, “cope. (the flood)”

Using space and ambience to create impending doom.

The Enigma of Maharadja Sweets

An outsider creating pained, psychedelic ballads amongst a shroud of mystery.

No Joy, “Junior”

No Joy make romantic and booming walls of noise on new track.

Future Push: Compilation One

The inaugural cassette series blends pop and synthy sensibilities.

Woods, “Cali in a Cup”

On their new song, Woods decide hi-fi is the new lo-fi.

Lushlife Remixes Teen Daze

Lushlife scales down Teen Daze on this meditative remix.

Cold Showers, “Double Life”

Cold Showers' cover of the Cars song is less new wave and more dark wave…

Weirdos Talibam! & Sam Kulik Make an Opera

Expect a lot of booty. (In an oceanic sense.)

Charalambides' Tom Carter in Intensive Care

Read how to help him now!

Seatraffic, “Crimes”

Synth-Pop duo Seatraffic release new song by summoning the power of an ocean. No big deal.


Time is on his side. Yes it is.

Far-Out Fangtooth, The Thorns

Unnerving dread from Philadelphia four piece.


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