Tag: New Music

Interviews with Unknown Artists presents Josh Dominguez: Air It Out (1/4)

The final notes ring out, as Josh Dominguez’s concluding moments of his latest single, Air It Out, quiets the buzz and clamor of the Peppermint Club crowd.  A spell was cast through the track’s confluence of honest candor and lounge jazz, allowing for a moment of silence amongst the audience as Josh delivers the song’s

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Watch: Interview with LoneMoon, Luna, and Plasticman

We were fortunate to have an in-depth interview with LoneMoon about her just-released AOTY contender kit@Nai (pronounced kitanai like dirty in Japanese). Here’s what’s up. This album came largely in part from a bad year for LoneMoon, a year full of people bringing her down, some deceptively shallow relationships, and to paraphrase in my own

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Breaking Down the Best New Songs of the Week 8/4/20

Every week (ish) I update the Indie Pong playlist with the best tracks in the WORLD. I used to break it down every week but have been a bit lazy, and the requests and cyberbullying are getting to be too much for me, so here is your breakdown. You can follow along and get new

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New Music Flavor – Tom Rosenthal “Jim and Dwight”

What better time to binge watch The Office than during a world wide pandemic months before it’s being removed from Netflix? Luckily, Tom Rosenthal agrees with me and wrote this floaty lil’ tune after watching the entire series at the start of the pandemic. Starting off in a political fashion, the song soon tackles the

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New Music Flavor – Iration “Coastin'”

Ahhh, hear that noise? Is it the beach? The ocean? Nah, it’s Iration’s new album Coastin’ here to chill you out since beaches are currently off limits. Depicting the classic chill, alt reggae vibes you expect from Iration, the album features friends Stick Figure, Common Kings, and Rebelution’s Eric Rachmany. Grab an iced beverage, throw

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New Music Flavor – Uruguay “Whisper”

This last week has been a difficult one – filled with outrage, uprisings, and injustice. Coming in like a slice of relief at the end of this whirlwind week, Uruguay releases “Whisper”. While many artists are pushing their releases back a few weeks, Uruguay stood by their release date knowing that its impact is greater

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New Music Flavor – Kyle Nicolaides “Sedona”

Today, Kyle Nicolaides graced us with his first independent track in years, “Sedona”, shedding a ray of light in this currently dark and strange wash of days we’ve all been lost in. Serving as aloe for the soul, this track is as self-aware and honest as it is beautiful. Of the song, Kyle says “I

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