Candace, “These Days”

Vivid dream-pop that recalls the fine days of the ’90s twee/shoegaze tape-trade scene.

Year in Pop: 2015

Select interviews & insights from 2015’s Week in Pop editions at a glance.

Week in Pop: Dead Soft, Is/Is, Lazy Knuckles, Pretend, Pre-Willy

EROK, Mall Walk, Preston Spurlock, Workman Song, ft.  guest selections by Dâm-Funk.

Divers, “Tracks”

Riding this party right off the PDX rails.

Is/Is, “Before The Stars”

An invitation into an ethereal dream-world with their new album, Shadow Days.

M. Geddes Gengras, “Passage”

Dedicated to the last survivor of the Yahi Indian tribe.

Week in Pop: Baby Baby, Creepoid, Shocking Pinks

With exclusives from Baby Blue, Charlie Green, Frame, & more.

Web of Sunsets, “Foreign Body”

Reinventions, shifting shapes, and shifting dwellings.

Vats, “Lodge”

Another begotten son of the Minneapolis scene has risen with guitar in hand.

Manimal celebrates seven years

Answering a few questions and dropping a free mixtape on us.

Week in Pop: IS/IS, LUST, Satan Wriders, Scraper, TRAAMS

Coastal crystals, Billy Idol-based, Stockton rebels, SF skate skronk, & notes from West Sussex.

Stream: Is/Is, “Hunter” b/w “Shine Down”

Shoegazey dreampop that refuses to blend into the background.

Week in Pop: Dizzy Wright, Joey Bada$$, Spotlight Kid, The Tin Drums, Web of Sunsets

Searching these SxSW deserts to bring you more unofficial lineups and lists.

Barge Recordings

The experimental label shares their dedication to the artists they serve, and a nice mix.


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