Tag: dream pop

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Album Review: Tulula!, “Singing Songs in the Dark”

Accord, New York’s Tulula! has been stomping around Rip Van Winkle’s dreamland since 2006. The acid-cowboy quintet of Jason Broome...

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Album Review: Death of Lovers, “The Acrobat”

As the adage goes, good things come to those who wait, and Death of Lovers’ highly anticipated debut album is not an exception. This...

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Popdose Exclusive Single Premiere: Indigo Dreamers, “Feeling Good”

If songs are children and Indigo Dreamers are the parents then Lessons of Blue is the documentation of the growing pains, nostalgia, and...

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Album Review: Nick Nicely, “Sleep Safari”

Nick Nicely is a name, I have to admit, I am not familiar with – but he is someone who has had a very long career (albeit without a...

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Popdose Song Premiere: Maiah Manser, “Sweet Hell”

Noir-pop songstress Maiah Manser dissolves differences and builds bridges between the worlds of automation and nature. The grit and the raw...

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Album Review: Lake, “Forever or Never”

An interesting backstory: Lake are an experimental-pop ensemble, centered around the songwriting partnership of wife and husband duo Ashley...

EP Reviews, Music

EP Review: Blonde Redhead, “3 O’Clock”

Nine albums and 23 years is a lot of music and a long stretch of time; this much is true.  Blonde Readhead, the New York-based trio...

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Popdose Single Premiere: Bad Cop, “Illuminate Me”

A swirling guitar and bass riff envelopes this absolutely great track, which upon first listen makes me think back to The (magnificent)...

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Album Review: Pale Hands, “Graphism”

Electroscapes color the basis of this second release from Somerville, Massachusetts’ trio, Pale Hands; Graphism is only eight songs...

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ALBUM REVIEW: WRAY, “Hypatia”

Let’s get this straight right off the bat – this is very, very good.  Shimmering guitars and melodies; hooks and a clean,...

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Album Review: Eszter Balint, “Airless Midnight”

You might recognize Eszter Balint‘s name from the television series Louie, in which she played (during an end-of-the-season arc) the...

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Album Review: Birdie Num Num & the Spirit Squad, “Subject to Change”

Interesting, dreamy – veering close to neo-psychedelia and very good indeed.  Pennsylvania’s Birdie Num Num And The Spirit...

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Society Islands, ‘The Big Sleep’

Sometimes when an artist is nondiscriminatory with his or her influences, the result is unfocused, muddy, and downright confusing. Many...

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New Music: Eisley, “Drink the Water”

Listen to the first song from Eisley's upcoming Currents album, "Drink the Water."...