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Carly Rae Jepsen – Warm Blood

August 6, 2015

I can’t say I would have ever expected one of my favorite songs of the year to come from this gal, but it makes a little more sense when once you learn that this amazingly lush new jam was produced by none other than Rostam Batmanglij of Vampire Weekend. Most certainly it’s a welcome change of pace from her previous mega-pop mainstream sounds. And while we’re on the subject of Rostam, still I find myself waiting for his long-awaited debut LP that was supposed to come out way back in 2013!


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Govs – 6teenDRE’am

June 25, 2015

Right from the beginning with his debut S/T EP, I knew Austrialia-based Govs was on to something special. If you’ve yet to hear “Merseybeat”, that single is worth its own write-up alone. But this week we’re thrilled to see Govs, AKA Josiah Birrell, is finally back with his first single of 2015, and man is it one brilliant tune. “6teenDRE’am” is the kind of song that can really hit you to your core if you’re willing to let it. And living up to its name, this song is the epitome of a dream pop tune if I’ve ever heard one. We’ll be on the lookout for more great tunes from this talented act before the release of that much anticipated debut LP out in August.


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Folly & The Hunter – Awake

May 26, 2015

It’s only fitting that we return from our month long hiatus with one of Lower Frequencies’ all time favorite groups, Folly & The Hunter. This Montreal-based 4-piece has a knack for creating folk music with some serious substance, and it’s no surprise that their new record Awake is as lovely and elegant as we hoped for. And the brilliant title track “Awake” has all the signature elements that you’d expect from a Folly & The Hunter track. From the blissful vocal harmonies to the encapsulating piano melody, this is a tune that is destined to attract a broad audience. And on that note, we’re hopeful this is the record that transforms Folly from acclaimed Canadian folk act to international superstars.


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Stranger Cat – Unzip Your Skin

April 17, 2015

Having already worked with huge names like Sufjan Stevens, Sharon Van Etten and Son Lux, Brooklyn-based Cat Martino was already-well established in the scene by

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the time she decided to start up a band of her own. And what began as some playful experimentation with different electro pop beats alongside her friend and multi-instrumentalist Sven Britt quickly morphed into today’s Stranger Cat project. Together this intriguing duo has created quite the impressive debut LP that’s sure to attract any fans of acts like White Sea, Child Actor, Bat For Lashes, and iamamiwhoami. See for yourself why we’re so high on Stranger Cat with their sonically mesmerizing tune “Unzip Your Skin”.


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Ryn Weaver – The Fool

April 10, 2015

After what’s been a relatively lackluster start to the year in terms of great new music, it’s Ryn Weaver’s amazing new track “The Fool” that’s here to give me hope that all is not lost for 2015. Sometimes a great new song takes some repetitive listening for it to really click, but when it comes to this absolutely phenomenal tune, I knew pretty much right off the bat that this was an early Best of 2015 contender. And while I’ve enjoyed pretty much every one of her songs up to this point, it’s this glowing title track to her upcoming debut LP that’s most demonstrative of Ryn taking that big next step from acclaimed indie pop act to international superstar. Oh and if you’re lucky enough to be at Coachella, you can catch her set tomorrow (Sat.) at 1:15 at the Mojave Stage.


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Jean Tonique – Fame For Sale

April 3, 2015

The clear-cut funkiest jam of 2015 so far undoubtedly goes to Jean Tonique’s “Fame For Sale”. And it’s quite evident that Jean was channeling his inner Earth Wind & Fire when he put together this absolutely phenomenal tune. Based out of Paris, I hadn’t heard much about this up and coming act until the release of his brand new You EP, but the infectiously groovy sound found on this record is sure to have a big impact on the disco-house scene once folks catch on to it. And if the EP is not enough, it appears he’s got a pretty well-established Soundcloud catalog that we’re excited to delve into this weekend.


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Evan Voytas – Disappear Into The Stars

April 1, 2015

We first caught on to Evan Voytas back in 2012 with the release of his Feel Me EP. It’s a very solid record that we’ve found ourselves coming back to quite often since then. From his distinct, falsetto-driven vocals to his consistently catchy melodies, Voytas is an act that we believe is on the cusp of really making it big. That’s why we were thrilled to see him come out with a couple great new jams this week. The beautiful, enganging “Disappear Into The Stars” is definitely one of his more heartfelt tunes we’ve heard from this L.A. based act – and it sure is refreshing to know that at least some of our favorite artists are able to take a few years off and still come out with music with some real substance. We’re keeping our fingers crossed that these two new singles signify an upcoming EP/LP is on the way as well.


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Foreign Fields – To Begin

March 6, 2015

Nearly three years after releasing a very promising debut LP, we are pleased to see Nashville-based Foreign Fields back in the spotlight with their brand new What I Kept In Hiding EP. Sometimes playing the waiting game with an artist doesn’t pay off exactly as you’d imagine (thinking Purity Ring), but when it comes Foreign Fields, they’ve rewarded their fans’ patience with what’s turned out to be quite the exceptional record. Perhaps no better evidence of that is the brilliant “To Begin”, which hinges on one of the lushest, dreamiest melodies I’ve come across in quite some time. So if you’ve yet to be introduced to Foreign Fields, then there’s no better place to start than with this astonishingly beautiful tune. We can’t wait to see the Foreign Fields brand grow as people inevitably flock to one of our favorite EPs of the year so far.

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Patrick Watson – Love Songs For Robots

March 4, 2015

It’s never easy to accept the truth when a record you’ve been eagerly anticipating for years turns out to be a complete dud, but that’s what we are coming to terms with this week when it comes to Purity Ring’s sophomore effort another eternity. While we weren’t expecting another record as bold or innovative as Shrines, we also weren’t expecting them to completely drop the ball like they did with this one. For the sake of our featured artist, we aren’t going to go in depth as to why, but we sure hope it doesn’t take another eternity from them to bounce back from this epic sophomore slump. Fortunately for us, there are plenty of other great tunes released this week that we’ve been leaning on to help ease the pain. Tunes such as the brilliant title track to Patrick Watson’s upcoming LP Love Songs For Robots. I like to think of Watson as a sort of hybrid between acts like Andrew Bird, Owen Pallett, and Bon Iver. He’s certainly got all the talent and tools to become a household name himself, and with an anthem this pretty it’s really only a matter of time before the rest of the world

catches on as well. We are eagerly awaiting his new LP which comes out next week on Domino Records.


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Young Wonder – Intergalactic

February 23, 2015

We’re still coming to grips with how completely and utterly disappointed we are with Purity Ring’s first two singles to their beyond-highly anticipated sophomore LP. Fortunately for us, Young Wonder is also back this week to ease our minds that a sophomore slump isn’t inevitable for all of our favorite guy/girl Chillwave duos. If their newest track “Intergalactic” offers any kind of taste of what the next LP will be like, then it’s bound to be something quite special. From the lush acoustic guitar melody to Rachel Koeman’s always entrancing vocals, this track has a little of everything. We also enjoy the creative use of percussive samples on this memorable jam — in particular the sound of what appears to be a soda can cracking open. We’ll be on the lookout for more great tunes along with the inevitable sophomore LP from this consistently awesome act.


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