new music monday

New Music Monday: Diamanda Galás and Vocifera

For a holiday that celebrates the macabre side of life, two artists that aren’t afraid of the dark.  Read more »

New Music Monday: Mystic Davis and Diztroy

Mystic Davis brings the bounce and swagger Jamaican production team Diztroy has been waiting for. Read more »

New Music Monday: Honeyblood

The Glasgow duo makes breezy garage rock that is, fittingly, about the invincibility of friendship. Read more »

New Music Monday: Lolahiko

Even if their latest single weren’t called “Murderer,” Lolahiko would have the corner market on dark, mysterious storytelling stitched into lush, intriguing indie pop sounds.  Read more »

New Music Monday: Weaves

Toronto band Weaves has fun, but they aren’t even remotely messing around. Read more »

New Music Monday: Gurr

Gurr’s surf rock perfectly captures the essence of driving on a long stretch of road with the windows down and your best friend riding shotgun.  Read more »

New Music Monday: Uncle Meg

The former Handjob Academy rapper celebrates and pokes fun at the sparkle of pop celebrity at the same time. Read more »

New Music Monday: Miss Geo

Boston techno trio Miss Geo makes a strong case for the argument that new technologies actually mean new and different ways to connect.  Read more »

New Music Monday: Tkay Maidza

Australian rapper Tkay Maidza’s music hearkens to MIA and Icona Pop, has features from Killer Mike, and claims Nicki Minaj and Santigold as influences. The result is a high-energy hodgepodge, and it’s pop hip-hop gold.  Read more »

New Music Monday: Y La Bamba

The eclectic indie folk band’s new album explores Mexican-American identity. Read more »

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