Minipop is a delightful indie rock/pop band from San Francisco. Chances is out July 14th.
Shy for Shore is more gazey than electronic, but they still have their pulse firmly on M83’s latest records. Check out their new track, “Love, Again” below.
Fait, an Australian shoegaze/post-rock band, is spearheaded by Elise Higgins. Not so keen on the crescendo-core, Fait harkens back to the golden years of 90’s experimental rock. Atmosphere is out May 31st.
White Sea, a member of M83 on Saturdays=Youth and Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming, will be releasing her debut LP In Cold Blood on May 20 via Crush Music/Songs.
Today’s obsession: Young Summer, a sort of hybrid between Beach House and Katy Perry.
Holographic is for fans of the gazed-out pop explosion.
Breathing Statues is out on Carpark on May 6th.
The Antlers have announced Familiars, their fourth studio LP and first since 2011’s Burst Apart. Familiars is out on June 17 via Anti- in the U.S. and June 16 via Transgressive in the UK.
Listen to their first single “Palace” above.
Kate Miller is another female British vocalist to keep an eye out for. Her debut EP is due out soon, check out two tracks below.
Powerhouse duo Orcas (Benoit Pioulard and Rafael Anton Irisarri) have released “Infinite Stillness”, the first single from their upcoming album Yearling, which will be available on Morr Music this April.