5 handpicked tracks to fulfill your Daily Music Discoveries!
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Kyle Lacy & The Harlem River Noise – Your Move
A summer juke-box jam! Harlem-neighbors Kyle Lacy and Cody Gibson team up to deliver a 50s feel-good dancehall track by nestling roots rock ‘n’ roll within hepcat atmosphere. I have a musical gut instinct they will become chart-toppers, everyone will be talking about them soon and we always love discoveries on giveitaspin :) Find more info on their exceptional website full of goodies!
Claire Renee – Yes You Are
Claire Renee’s soulful elegance will light up your day. Check out some goodies on bandcamp or buy the album here.
Honey Gentry – Heaven, California
Mazzy Star, primary silky PJ years..and a little bit of Cat Power gloominess, there you have it a time capsule of Honey Gentry! It’s a warm, compassionate existence full of nostalgia, escapism, and magic of a DIY attitude. The song featured today, really takes me back to all the dusted diamonds that have epically existed on earth. For sure this 70s dream girl is alive on your stereo. More hazy beauty here: http://honeygentry.com/
Super Pyramid – The Road to Tyranny
The Road To Tyranny is the latest single from Super Pyramid’s debut EP Devoid. It’s led by Vancouver artist Ben Rowley and it certainly reminds me of some Sparklehorse, Mark Eitzel and Jason Molina vibes. Analog electronics and raw vocals over glossy production, all marbled together to spill your heart out with a slow pulse that makes you feel somehow vibrantly alive! I’m romantically doomed climbing on this Super Pyramid and you should be too! Super Pyramid and Dangertree are also touring their EPs across Canada via bicycle (watch below). Honk, if you pass by them and say hello!
Adolescentes sin edad – Olas y tiburones
Adolescentes sin edad (No age teenagers) is a South American dream pop-alt band. I have no idea what they are singing about however it does make me happy. It’s dreamy, elusive, mantra-full and exemplifies that colorful shoegaze is alive and kicking.