2020 Singles

Surf Rock is Dead – Diabolik (Review)

Brooklyn-based dream-pop duo Surf Rock is Dead (SRiD) use 80’s post-punk rhythms and a wide soundscape of reverb to showcase their songwriting. Dropped today, “Diabolik” is their new single and and includes a poetic resonance that features their iconic dream-pop and lo-fi aesthetic. Engaging with smooth vocals, the modern take on shoegaze draws listeners in… Continue reading Surf Rock is Dead – Diabolik (Review)

2020 Singles

Neon Dreams – Turn Back Now (Review)

Halifax indie pop duo Neon Dreams return with their new release “Turn Back Now”. As the follow up to their recent album ‘Sweet Dreams till Sunbeams’ released last July, the band will take to the road for their U.S tour in March. The new release is an extremely personal one for frontman Frank Kadillac, who… Continue reading Neon Dreams – Turn Back Now (Review)

2020 Singles

teepee – Parallel World (Review)

Dream-pop duo teepee return with their latest single “Parallel World” taken off their upcoming album Where the Ocean Breaks, due to drop January 31st via Springstoff. Recorded at the Aurora Studios in Vienna with producer Tom O. Marsh, the whole album is set to be an inspired soundscape paying ode to subtle samples and melancholic,… Continue reading teepee – Parallel World (Review)

2020 Singles

Seth Glier – Stages (Review)

Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Seth Glier returns with the new single “Stages”. Bringing traditional roots and experimental instrumentation to the table, the track features a unique exploration of sound. Currently on tour, he is debuting new music including “If It Wasn’t For You” and latest track “Stages”.  “Stages” captures the magic and secret joy that’s shared when… Continue reading Seth Glier – Stages (Review)

2020 Singles

Marco DeLiso – Round & Round (Review)

Previously featured artist on MoggBlog, Marco DeLiso returns with sheer diversity in latest single “Round & Round”. Holding onto a quirky pop soundscape and playful piano licks in the new track, Marco unveils the highly anticipated four track EP “Balance” early this year. With jazz inspired guitars, the track feels close to artists such as… Continue reading Marco DeLiso – Round & Round (Review)

2019 Singles

Ed Strong – Running in Circles (Review)

Based in Halesowen, West Midlands, Ed Strong are a female fronted indie-pop band that have the power to make anyone dance. With a unique storytelling structure, indie hooks that will drive you into tomorrow, and a rhythm section that grooves with great force, it’s no surprise that you’ll end up wanting more and continue to… Continue reading Ed Strong – Running in Circles (Review)

2019 Singles

Kyle Ekstrom – Sad Girls (Review)

Illinois-based alt-rocker Kyle Ekstrom returns with the vibrant “Sad Girls”. Formed the front-man of post hardcore band “To Trust A Liar”, the songwriter’s solo career has been blossoming with every step. Taking his music in a different direction, the latest release features a shoegaze/dream pop avenue within it’s core. Focusing more on music’s ability to… Continue reading Kyle Ekstrom – Sad Girls (Review)

2019 Singles

Yard Arms – A Glossary of Broken Humans & Beating Hearts (Review)

Bristol-based duo Yard Arms fuse a jangle-pop powerhouse arrangement with late noughties euphoria in their sound. Comprising of long time collaborators Noah Villeneuve and Billy Golding, keen followers will remember them from previous projects such as Archimedes. Moving on with their sound and uplifting any mood, their latest EP "A Glossary of Broken Humans &… Continue reading Yard Arms – A Glossary of Broken Humans & Beating Hearts (Review)

2019 Singles

HOAX – You Get So Alone Sometimes (Review)

Indie pop-rock band HOAX are back with their latest new offering “You Get So Alone Sometimes”. As the musical brainchild of Michael Raj and Frantz Cesar, the two ignite a self-described style into their empathetic music. With influences from 60’s pop, 70’s Motown and alternative R&B, their music explores social constructs underneath their infectious pop… Continue reading HOAX – You Get So Alone Sometimes (Review)

2019 Singles

Sunset Jet – Scarlett (Review)

Indie rock quartet Sunset Jet breeze the atmosphere with the truly delightful “Scarlett”. A track that’s about trying to work out where you fit in the world, it was written from the stream of consciousness that was flowing while thinking this. Including a hypnotic indie chord progression, the dream like nature of the number summits… Continue reading Sunset Jet – Scarlett (Review)