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The music of Dolly Spectra is cabaretesque art-rock of the strangest order. On "Moving Circles," singer and composer Dani Ashjian wails and wanders through a surreal but somehow still emotional landscape.

Vermont-based singer-songwriter Jay Nash has joined forces with Nashville, Tennessee-based drummer Josh Day for a new project called the Contenders. Standout track "The Contender" has a ripe and rugged Americana sound, with a honky-tonk spirit and harmony-driven soul.

Tuesday, 21 October 2014 06:00

Song of the Day: 'Brunch' by S

The anti-SEF band S features Jenn Ghetto from long-lost, pre-Band of Horses cult group Carissa's Wierd with production assistance from Chris Walla from very-much-not-a-cult-band Death Cab for Cutie. "Brunch" is as delicious and darkly satisfying as indie guitar pop gets.

Monday, 20 October 2014 06:00

Song of the Day: 'Riddles' by Old Wave

Opening with guazy folk-tronica and shifting into a tense but still spectral indie-rock sound, "Riddles" by Portland, Oregon band Old Wave (formerly known as Adam Brock 4; good call on changing names) is nothing if not hard to solve, even as it's quite an inviting listen.

The band Young Tongue surely knows from whence comes the phrase "heavy metal" (that would be Steppenwolf's "Born to Be Wild"), but there's nothing pedantic (let alone metal) about the new track "Heavy Metal Thunder." It's a blast of classic, harmony-and-riff-driven rock 'n' roll.

Thursday, 16 October 2014 07:55

Song of the Day: 'Under Daisies' by Monogold

Brooklyn, New York's Monogold takes a looping, dreamy, quasi-electronic approach on the new track "Under Daisies." Flower power has rarely sounded so contemporary or so lush.

Wednesday, 15 October 2014 06:00

Song of the Day: 'Strangers' by the Rebel Light

Southern California is what you might call a pretty big place; trying to capture its spirit in song is a mug's game. But that doesn't stop irresistably sunny, indie-pop band the Rebel Light from making a more than game effort on the '60s and '00s-splashed track "Strangers."

Tuesday, 14 October 2014 06:00

Song of the Day: 'Come On Back' by Isadora

A surging and slightly menacing indie and psych-damaged, power-pop track, "Come On Back" by Brooklyn, New York band Isadora begs to be played loud enough to blow away the blues.

Singer and songwriter Dave McPherson, best known for his work with UK alt-metal band InMe, demonstrates the power of his plaintive voice, furtive guitar and searching lyrics on the new solo acoustic track "Nothing Is Enough."

The pristine and rugged landscape of Bitterroot Valley, Montana provides the context for Skye Steele's evocative vision of folk music. Droning fiddle, sparkling banjo, drifting piano and streams of vocals create a yearning soundscape on the song "Hiromitsu & Yuko."

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