Stream Oh, Oh, Ecstasy's upcoming EP right here on NEO//NOIR. A semi-exclusive! Vista Cruiser continues the vibe set by the band’s previous work, lazy beach vibes and catchy guitar-work. One for the Real Estate fans.
A new TV Girl 7” single is out on Small Plates Records. It’s their first physical release and it’s called Girls Like Me. It also comes with a rad B-Side called Sarah (Meet Me In The Sauna) and you can listen to it above.
Another Beach Fossils side project in the form of guitarist Cole Smith’s Dive. Sometime's got a more lonely melancholic vibe to it than Beach Fossils' regular sound, which is an interesting and necessary difference, nobody wants to hear a side project that sounds exactly the same. Download.
Here’s a song called Videotapes from Blouse's upcoming self-titled album on Captured Tracks. It’s got that romantic 80’s New-Wave vibe everyone loves so goddamn much, but it’s got female vocals which is terrible great? Download.
Los Campesinos! dial up the singalong factor for this track from their upcoming album, called By Your Hand. They are one of the few consistent Indie bands out there, even 3 albums in they are still releasing work worth getting excited about. Download.
Brothertiger remixed the hell out of Teen Daze's Surface, giving it a dancey beach-wave glow. Actually really worth checking out, it’s tough to find vastly different remixes that aren’t terrible. Download.
WU LYF posted a new track titled Go Tell Fire To The Mountain to their website; it was meant to be on their debut LP Go Tell Fire To The Mountain but the boys were never quite content with it. After 10 months of re-recording and re-arranging they finally got it right.
New Neon Indian track called Hex Girlfriend. This upcoming album is actually sounding really surprisingly good so far, and this particular song changes up the idiosyncratic aspects of Alan Palomo's sound with a very poppy guitar driven focus akin to Oberhofer.
Here’s a cut from Speculator's recently released debut LP, Nice. It’s called Colleen and the drumming will instantly conjure up memories of New Order's early work, but the vocals are more in line with Young Prisms. Perfect underwater bedroom pop. Stream it here.