I’m digging this new EP from Baltimore’s Joy Classic. Youth Buzz. It’s got four non-stop sugary, fuzzy, powery-popish jams on it and you can download it for free below.
london duo Summer Camp have dropped this infectious little dance floor jam from the band’s forthcoming self-titled album (sept. 9 on moshi moshi)
pre-order the album here.
heard some of these “old school” jams on the radio today in philly. dig in.
Via Gorilla Vs Bear, check out this new jawn from Madlib. Purchase it here.
There’s a whole lot of synth-pop joy and shaking going on compliments of Nightbox an Ireland->Canadian five piece who’ve recently released “Burning,” the first song from their forthcoming debut full length. With an EP that was produced by Sebastien Grainger (Death From Above 1979) and AL-P (MSTRKRFT) under their belts, the band’s music and is packed with delicious dance floor grooves. Get into the groove.
Photo by Danny Hoshino
The Providence, Rhode Island synth-popsters Magic Man
have released a new song, “Texas,” that you can download below. It’s another great track from the band.
Templar Sound drops a rad EP with Montreal’s Grown Folk and Oakland’s Main Attrakionz on this dreamy jawn.
Really, if you had any doubt at all….here’s a new Laura Marling song, “Where Can I Go?” Her new album, Once I Was An Eagle was produced by Ethan Johns and is out on May 28th.