POND - Tasmania
2019 is off to a thrilling start with news that POND, the psych rock tour de force from Perth, Australia, announces the release of their eighth studio album, Tasmania, on March 1, 2019. To give a sneak peek of their album, we share the music video for their newest single, “Daisy.” The music video was directed by Jesse Taylor Smith and shot on the lands of the indigenous tribes of


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Best Remix Weiss (UK), “Feel My Needs (Purple Disco Machine Remix)” The first time I heard this track, I was into it. The force of the kick, the power of the strings, the syncopation on the hi-hats, and the varicosity of the piano chords have made this an instant dancefloor hit that I think will have a strong impact for years to come. Best LP/EP DJ Koze, Pick Up EP


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LA-based Alt-Pop band Madyx is headed-up by singer/songwriter/guitarist Michelle Blanchard with Pablo Martins on guitar and Dakota Issacson on drums. Madyx’s “Girl Boy” is an undeniably catchy track featuring strong vocals, compelling drums and instrumentals, and substantive lyrics that have a deeper meaning than the lyrics you typically hear on the radio. In an email exchange, Blanchard told me that “Girl Boy” started with one line: “I never had a girlfriend


Singer, songwriter, R’n’B funkmeister, Brad Stank, is here to bring you his own self-proclaimed band of “sexistential pop”. He is out of the bedroom and soon to be making audiences croon around the world. Alex Rubenstein recently had the chance to chat with B. Stank himself and Blisspop is happy to share the conversation on the day of his debut release, Eternal Slowdown.     You have defined your music as