Tracks Of The Month // January
January has been a relatively quiet month for us - but that's not to say we haven't found some absolute gems across the board. We've got five of our favourites just below, but it doesn't stop there.
Scorching new Jeff Rosenstock, fantastic off-kilter Ought, Frankie Cosmos(!) brilliance and the defiant Camp Cope all feature in our latest playlist. The return of legends Guided By Voices and Superchunk didn't go unnoticed either - nor did some bonus Jay Som and Car Seat Headrest goodness.
Yeah, I guess January wasn't that quiet after all...
Head to the playlist below, and check out some of our feature pieces on the way.
Soccer Mommy - 'Your Dog'
Tackling toxic codependency and identity loss the snapping ‘Your Dog’ is a defiant earworm, and Soccer Mommy at their most vital.
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever - 'Mainland'
Verdant, poised indie rock with a suitably self-aware undercurrent of the complicated privilege of good fortune.
Anxiety Machine - 'More Everything' (EP)
A dually modest and profound collection of disquieting, lo-fi ambient electronica that feels like refuge from stormy skies descending overhead.
Trace Mountains - 'Turn Twice'
A quiet maelstrom of auto-tuned vocals, wistful guitars, and intimate bedroom indie-rock brilliance.
Typhoon - 'Empiricist'
A stunningly dynamic and intricate meditation on identity that is simply awing in scale.