Canadian indie-pop outfit Linebeck have distilled wishful thoughts in the suitably named single ‘In My Dreams’.
Providing us with the recommended weekly dose of hazy lofi goodness is the Canadian duo Soft Top Intrepid with their new single ‘Mirage’, and it’s just what the doctor ordered.
In ‘Face Again’, Butterjunk takes the sting out of the myriad of unwanted realities with a jaunty new wave soundscape.
‘It Feels Now’ is a more synth-forward and upbeat take on Far West’s hazy guitar-pop style.
There’s a deep sense of yearning wrapped up within Bad Bloom’s 90s-esque alt-rock single ‘Automatic’.
Ever since we heard the spindly and jubilant guitar melody of Letting Up Despite Great Faults’ new single ‘Corners Pressed’, we haven’t been able to get it out of our minds.
We get to know Washington D.C. dream-pop duo The Infinite Daisy Chains a little better.
Driving bass and swirling shoegaze reflect the relentless emotional pressure at the core of BUKVE’s ‘Drown’.
Soundtracked by his liberated form of shoegazey storytelling, watch Rediisin’s joyous lofi video ‘There’s Somewhere Else’.
ELISON’s ‘Meet Me Halfway’ is a shoegaze and americana tinged indie-rock track about escaping an unhealthy relationship.