by Dan Radin
The 21-year old English rapper packs a contagious bounce into his Lil Peep-inspired tracks. It’ll make you feel like you’re ready to steal a pack of gum from your local convenience store.
Her fiery delivery shoots down any notion she’s here for fun and games. From unpacking self-harm to community relations, there’s no surprise NPR and BET have shared their platforms.
KP returns with a chilled-out vibe over guitars and drum programming that would fit into a Taylor Swift garage pop project.
With a dry Courtney Barnett delivery and Noah Kahan transparency in her songwriting, you’ll love to hear her gentle voice describe sneaking cigarettes.
Following a tour with Father John Misty, Waterhouse is seemingly poised to be Sub Pop’s heir apparent. Think Lana Del Rey making beachpop.
Easy afternoon listening that won’t let you doze off. Sounds like The Killers making folk pop in their bunk beds.
Thao, Thao & The Get Down Stay Down
Tame Impala meets Billie Eilish in a k-hole. Here’s hoping the string section makes it to SXSW as well.
The horns and whimsical vocals draw to fellow Chicagoan Chance the Rapper. Sounds like a great opener for Tank and the Bangas (all touring together this spring).
Tangled female harmonies over piano, guitars, and pads recalls First Aid Kit meets Florence + The Machine.
Iguana Death Cult
The Cure gets stuck in a time warp with the early Arctic Monkeys.
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