Sometimes we find a song or a video or an album that we want to talk about. Whether it’s something we found, something that found us, a premiere, whatever. We will clarify, of course, but this is where you can find those.

**My dad came up with the title of this one. He’s a clever man whose wheels got turning when I said an “imperfect fifth” could also be called a “wolf interval” or “wolf fifth.”

maybon, “better with you”

Just released on Sony Music Norway is "Better With You," the latest slice of electronic goodness from Maybon. With a whole host of wonderful sounds under his belt, the producer is back for more with this track that features Temmpo. It is somewhat darker than some of...

adam melchor, “real estate”

With his swoon-worthy vocals and gorgeous guitar work, East coast-based singer/songwriter Adam Melchor is someone we are expecting to be top-of-mind this time next year, as his mellifluous approach to his work has quite a stunning effect. His new track "Real Estate"...

swerve, “she cut her hand”

Los Angeles-based rock group Swerve - comprised of Gregory Mahdesian (Vocals, Guitar), Brandon Duncan (Bass, Vocals), Ryan Berti (Guitar, Vocals), and Mark Gardner (Drums) - is reveling in the bliss that comes with releasing a new track unto the world. With a steady...

palastic, “goldmine”

Giving us some much-needed summery sounds this week is PALASTIC, a production duo based out of Vienna. They are growing a solid fan base thanks to their richly musical tunes, and they have piano, drumming and guitar skills between them. This week's track is...

tesha, “funeral”

From the opening chords of Brooklyn-based alt electronica musician Tesha's "Funeral", you can tell she's not playing around. The percussion is almost tribal as Tesha's ominous tones as she sings a song with a title befitting of said tones. It's absolutely gorgeous,...

amber run, “carousel”

London-based rock collective Amber Run - comprised of Tomas Sperring, Joshua Keogh, and Henry Wyeth - just released their latest track "Carousel", and we have to admit that we're quite smitten. Opening with slow, careful vocals. In comes the instrumentals, notable...