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Indietronica is a new music blog.. by Indietronica Staff - 22h ago

We are loving Nashville-based artist Myylo and his finely-tuned, unique take on pop.

With a series of releases under his belt, the emerging pop act looks to cement himself as a consistently genuine artist with his latest offering ‘Jonesing’. After participating in a week-long Telluride, Colorado writing trip with Mike Posner, and another with Baby Face and Spotify Secret Genius, he shares his rhythmic and playful take on a typical love story, about a boy who is ” just too damn far away”

Jonesing - SoundCloud
(184 secs long, 101 plays)Play in SoundCloud

Sounds like: FUN

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Hockeysmith is the exciting solo project of Annie Hockeysmith.

Spending time traveling between Cornwall and Copenhagen, in her new single ‘Lonely Loving Me’, Hockeysmith explores the theme of underground music communities in an adventurous and refreshing way, tempering post-punk with rave-infused electronica and pop intentions.

Lonely Loving Me - SoundCloud
(202 secs long, 326 plays)Play in SoundCloud

Expect her new EP ‘Tears At My Age’ out on 25 Jan via Ex-Local.

Sounds like: Lykke Li, Shura, Cocteau Twins, Georgia

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Indietronica is a new music blog.. by Indietronica Staff - 1w ago

Mark Diamond – Steady

Seattle-based singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Mark Diamond shares slow-burning pop song, ‘Steady’.

At just 25, Diamond already oozes so much self-love and confidence, and with this being a debut, we are blown away by his frank approach to welcoming such feel-good emotions.

‘Steady’ is out now via Stardog Records/Republic Records.

Sounds like: Tom Petty, Hootie & The Blowfish

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Stats – Lose It

UK-born band Stats embrace spontaneity by transfusing genres in their music, such as 70’s art rock, 80’s synth grooves, and cosmic disco-pop.

The new single ‘Lose It’ is about temptations to simply vanish into thin air, a desire that most of us have probably faced in life. Let’s hope Stats don’t disappear anytime soon.

Stats - Lose It - SoundCloud
(241 secs long, 483 plays)Play in SoundCloud

Expect their ‘Other People’s Lives’ album shortly.

Sounds like: Arcade Fire, Pet Shop Boys, Nimmo

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Suzi Island – Halo

Brighton trio Suzi Island shares vibrant new single, ‘Halo’.

Produced by Larry Hibbitt (Nothing But Thieves, Sundara Karma, Sea Girls, Marmozets), ‘Halo’ has a bittersweet sound throughout and is a clear bound forward for Suzi Island following their last two singles.

Halo - SoundCloud
(191 secs long, 131 plays)Play in SoundCloud

Sounds like: Nothing But Thieves, Sundara Karma, Sea Girls

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Kita Menari – Pretty Sure

Kita Menari by Joram Kaat & Rens Polman

Kita Menari is the synth-pop project of Dutch artist Micha de Jonge.

His new single ‘Pretty Sure’ is an infectious slice of indie-dance-pop with a big nod to classic Passion Pit-.esq synth effects.

Pretty Sure - SoundCloud
(214 secs long, 675 plays)Play in SoundCloud

Kita plays Eurosonic Noordeslag on 19 January, so check him out if you can.

Sounds like: Goldroom, Passion Pit, MGMT, Phoenix, The Naked And Famous, Silversun Pickups, Matt & Kim

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Indietronica is a new music blog.. by Indietronica Staff - 1w ago

Meet Jada, an exciting new pop artist from Denmark.

Her new single ‘Lonely’ shares the juxtaposition of uncertainty versus faith, and contemplates the idea that the two can work harmoniously.

It is taken from her debut EP ‘Mutual Selfcare’, which is out in early 2019. Speaking on the EP, Jada explains,

“The songs of the EP basically concern that I’m trying to be honest about how it feels to be a young person, a young woman in the 20’s – that’s the sound of my heart.”

Lonely - SoundCloud
(230 secs long, 727 plays)Play in SoundCloud

Sounds like: NOURI, Jessie Ware, Harlee, Charli XCX, Emilie Nicolas, MØ, ALMA, Dua Lipa

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Young & Sick is the project by musician and visual artist Nick van Hofwegen.

After a stroke of luck following a move from his home country of Holland to London, Nick was commissioned to put together artwork for artists such as Foster the People, Maroon 5 and Mikky Ekko.

If that wasn’t enough to contend with, this creative genius has taken his pen music and the result is funkily brilliant. His new single ‘Bitter End’ “is a celebration of seeing things through completely. It’s looking back at a pretty wild year of countless obstacles and turbulent skies. Through the eyes of an unstoppable maniac”.

You can purchase Young & Sick’s ‘Ojai’ EP on limited edition 7″ vinyl here, out now via Neon Gold Records / B3SCI Records.

He also plays some live dates supporting Our Lovely Friends and The Knocks (tickets here), where you can likely expect a multi-faceted experience of music performance and interactive art.

Tour Dates

Jan 24 // Vancouver, CA @ Fortune Sound Club
Jan 25 // Seattle, WA @ The Showbox
Jan 29 // Chico, CA @ Senator Theatre
Jan 31 // Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades
Feb 1 // San Luis Obispo, CA @ The Fremont Theatre
Feb 2 // Los Angeles, CA @ The Novo
Feb 5 // Santa Fe, NM @ Meow Wolf
Feb 6 // Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater
Feb 8 // Dallas, TX @ Dada Dallas
Feb 9 // Austin, TX @ Historic Scoot Inn
Feb 10 // Houston, TX @ Bronze Peacock Room
Feb 12 // St. Louis, MO @ The Ready Room
Feb 14 // Chicago, IL @ Concord Music Hall
Feb 15 // Columbus, OH @ A&R Music Bar
Feb 16 // Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE
Feb 17 // Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
Feb 20 // Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts
Feb 21 // Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair
Feb 23 // Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel

Sounds like: Von Sell, The Knocks, Passion Pit, Summer Heart, Goldroom, Roosevelt, Sofi Tukker

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We predict that 2019 will be the year of contemporary alt-jazz tunes. Setting the year off right is Tali (aka Tali Kouchnir) and her new single, ‘Comfortable In Another Bed’.

The video has a classic chic feel and cleverly leans into nostalgic tendencies with weighty folk-pop elements. About the track, Tali explains,

“This song is about working out if you will ever be comfortable with someone – really playing with the idea that comfort is love,” explains TALI. ‘Everyone wants love, and comfort can make or break that. What I was really asking here was ‘where’s that guy who brings that comfort and makes me feel good and safe through love?'”

Tali - Comfortable In Another Bed (Official Video) - YouTube

Sounds like: Birdy, Jesse Ware, Emma McGrath

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Comfortable In Another Bed - SoundCloud
(214 secs long, 791 plays)Play in SoundCloud

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Meet Roy Juno, the Boston-based collective comprised of three producers/instrumentalists who blend modern themes with anthemic pop sensibilities.

Their lush and energetic new single ‘GLORY’ focuses on themes of ego and self-adulation. Listen below.

GLORY - SoundCloud
(204 secs long, 159 plays)Play in SoundCloud

Sounds like: The Killers, Ten Fé, Sea Girls, The 1975

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Meet Gentry, an LA-based, London-bred performer, composer, and producer who creates eccentric, pop-tinged electronica inspired by a broad array of influences.

Born from performances with the Heritage Orchestra since 2013, playing the grand piano, bass, guitar and synths in their Blade Runner and Joy Division performances and keys for the recent Pete Tong worldwide shows and was invited to join Quincy Jones for his 85th birthday celebration this year at the O2, Gentry’s own production perfectly blends classical tendencies with groovy, disco-led “retroisms” and a nonconformist nod to modern dance music.

Check out his double A-side release below:

Sounds like: Ben Khan, Prince, Chromeo, James Blake

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DISCONNECTED - SoundCloud
(172 secs long, 268 plays)Play in SoundCloud

SOMETHING I SAID - SoundCloud
(223 secs long, 48 plays)Play in SoundCloud

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Benji Lewis by Christina Boemio

Benji Lewis takes a contemplative stance in new single ‘Ride’.

It has an effortless simplicity, which Lewis wanted to come across on the single, written about relaxing, doing what is right for you, and just enjoying the ride. True to form, the track was recorded by Lewis and produced by Los Angeles artist Lincoln Jesser within a few hours.

Ride - SoundCloud
(197 secs long, 3285 plays)Play in SoundCloud

Sounds like: The 1975, The Kite String Tangle, Antony Hegarty, Active Child, Gallant, Sam Smith, Solomon Grey, James Blake, Yazz, Jack Garratt, Disclosure

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