The duo of Graham Fish and Jeff Musgrave, aka Strange & Primitive, create an imagistic, moody, synth-pop archetype on the new track "That Big City Glow."
American Wrestlers is the lo-fi project of guitarist Gary McClure, who is neither American nor a wrestler.
Gothenburg, Sweden songwriter Patrik Wennberg looks for human connection and social meaning in the new track "Education" -- and he finds it where he least expects.
In advance of "Currents," its third album (due out July 17 2015), Tame Impala has shared a new track, "Let It Happen," a sprawling excursion into and extension of the psych-influenced rock they've embraced since starting out in Perth, Australia in 2007.
"Does anyone know what day of the week it is?" singer Kevin Parker asked the crowd. "That's actually an honest question," he clarified, pointing to his bandmate, laughing. It was a clear indication that his band, Tame Impala, has been moving so fast that time is simply not on their radar.
UK band Boys is apparently so new that 1) they don't have a promo photo, 2) they haven't played a live show yet (that's TBA, but probably September 2015) and 3) there's only the faintest traces of buzz. But if the demo track "Us" is any indication, you'll be hearing more about these young rockers very soon.