FRESHLY BREWED: April 12 2013

You want to know how the future would sound like? This Friday and every Friday hereafter, we’re picking the finest grains of fresh, new music we’ve harvested from around the world. Consider this as your “indie in a venti”. Check out these awesome up and coming acts, FRESHLY BREWED, served hot every Friday. After all, this is what … Continue reading

FRESH: Pick A Piper (Toronto, ON)

  Organic and electric are the perfect words to describe the sound of Pick A Piper, the brain child of Caribou drummer Brad Weber. Hailing from Toronto, the band had just unveiled their self-titled debut album; in it are some ear-worthy tracks, such as Cinders And Dust, below. We say, there’s some huge potential on … Continue reading

FRESH: Go Periscope (Seattle, WA)

It was in high school when Joshua Frazier and Florin Merano, both have passion for music, started collaborating. Joshua heard Florin’s samples of electronica, added some guitar rhythms and the two then started working on demos. In 2010, they released their first demo and now, Frazier and Merano are still producing music under the monicker … Continue reading

FRESHLY BREWED: March 22 2013

You want to know how the future would sound like? This Friday and every Friday hereafter, we’re picking the finest grains of fresh, new music we’ve harvested from around the world. Consider this as your “indie in a venti”. Check out these awesome up and coming acts, FRESHLY BREWED, served hot every Friday. After all, this is what … Continue reading

FRESH: Vibes (Los Angeles, CA)

  Just a few blinks away and summer is here. We’re expecting a myriad remixes and tracks surrounding the tropical season (reggae and chillout comes to mind, but we’re not complaining). In lieu with that, let us introduce to you Vibes, an electro-band formed by producer G Templeton (featured HERE and HERE), incorporating the coastal … Continue reading

FRESH: Carnivals (Britain, UK)

Stew Green‘s alias Carnivals seems to suggest clowns, roller coasters and people in costumes, but this sonic project is far from Disney. It’s all about ambient, alternative sounds that surprisingly equates to good, relaxing music. Check out his recent creations, Kindness and Swallow The Sky, which are best listened back to back. Check them out … Continue reading