The Postmarks remix The Lovers Key

After over four years of inactivity, yesterday, we were pleased to share brand new material from the sorely missed indie pop darlings The Postmarks with their remix of The Lovers Key‘s “Saturday Night” premiering on Yahoo! Music. The track will be included in the bonus material on the deluxe edition of The Lovers Key’s debut album Here Today Gone Tomorrow.

Fans of The Postmarks should be pleased to know that the soul of the band lives on in this new project from Christopher Moll. Joined by soulful vocalist Maco Monthervil, the new duo embrance the indie pop goodness we came to know from The Postmarks while adding a bit of the unexpected with Monthervil’s Motown flare. Here Today Gone Tomorrow will be released next Tuesday, September 23.


UTR debuts The Smashing Pumpkins “Luna,” as covered by Loveskills

Brooklyn producer Loveskills just announced the upcoming release of his sophomore EP on No Shame Records with the stream of first single “Luna (The Smashing Pumpkins cover)” debuting on Under the Radar. The 6-song EP, Pure, will be out November 4. For an enhanced listening experience, check out the visualizer for “Luna” below, and feel free to share! shares summery new Ugly Kids Club single

Not ready to say goodbye to summer? Neither are Ugly Kids Club! Check out their new single “I Wanna Be Bad” where it premiered this week on Entertainment Weekly or stream via Soundcloud below (feel free to share!). The track was recently referred to as “a tasty BROODS meets Taylor Swift pop treat,” and we think that’s kind of awesome.

Cancers share new video with Exclaim!

While Cancers are currently based in Athens, GA, half of the duo claims roots from up North, so we’re happy to debut the video for “Moral Net” today with Canadian music authority, Exclaim!. Depending on where you live, the content of the video may or may not be entirely safe for work, but we recommend checking out the retro-looking piece when the moment is right – perhaps after enjoying a smoke (of course, if that’s legal in your part of the world…).

Listen to the first ever single by Night School (ex-Whirr)

Noisey was kind enough to premiere the first ever single by Bay Area trio Night School.  The track comes from their debut 7″ EP out Oct 7th via Graveface.  If you dig the sounds of Shangri-Las, Whirr or Best Coast we recommend checking out ‘Birthday’ at Noisey or Soundcloud.  Perfect late-summer driving music we say!

Onward Chariots share new video for “I Know We’ll Find A Way”

Shot entirely in their hometown of Brooklyn, Onward Chariots just released a video for “I Know We’ll Find A Way” off their upcoming EP Take Me To Somewhere. The ever-cheerful sounding (although the lyrics may sometimes be downright sad) chamber pop band is set to release said EP next Tuesday, September 2. Check out the video on YouTube below or where it premiered at Magnet.

The Lovers Key reveal new video with Culture Collide

“You’ll dig it for the classic R&B sound mixed with a dose of pop,” says Culture Collide of the new video from The Lovers Key. Check out the funky “Who’s the One You Love?” below and feel free to share!

The Lovers Key play West Palm Beach tonight at Respectable Street. RSVP HERE.



Cancers stream new LP with Noisey.


“Cancers’ new album Fatten the Leeches brings the fun and excitement back from yesteryear, while letting you forget all the shitty parts.” – Noisey

Athens, GA’s Cancers just premiered the stream of their debut LP with Noisey in conjunction with the launch of the album preorder via Dead Broke Rekerds. The record will be pressed to a limited run of 100 white and 200 black vinyl, with CD, tape, and digital options available. If you haven’t checked them out yet, stream singles “Be Cool” and “Moral Net” for a quick taste, or check out the full album stream on Soundcloud. The album drops September 16!

Amoureux debuts “Lost the Plot” video with Entertainment Weekly

“Amoureux’s ‘Lost the Plot’ is an elegantly understated breath of fresh air.”

Directed by Miles Crawford, choreographed by Kitty McNamee, and performed by Reshma Gajjar and Hunter Hamilton, Amoureux’s new video for “Lost the Plot” just premiered at Entertainment Weekly

Not Waving But Drowing now available on Netflix

Last summer saw the original release of Not Waving But Drowning, a captivating coming of age tale which happens to boast a soundtrack riddled with music that became the debut record from Challenger. Last week, the film was released on Netflix, and we highly recommend you take the time to kick back and enjoy. You can find the movie HERE. Keep your ears peeled for those Challenger tunes!