Today’s music knows your secrets. Enjoy.
:Empress Of – Realize You: I really love Empress Of. She (Lorely Rodriguez) doesn’t seem capable of repeating herself, which I appreciate. As of now, there’s no word on if this track is just a one-off single or if it will appear on an album.
:Daytona – Honey: If Daytona’s upcoming full length isn’t on your radar, it should be. I think it has the chance to be really nice pop effort. You’ll be able to pick up the band’s self titled album on November 19 via Ernest Jenning.
:Diane Coffee – Gov T: I hadn’t previously thought of Diane Coffee as being Tame Impala-esque, but this track definitely comes off that way. Grab this unreleased song while you can. The band’s My Friend Fish is out now on Western Vinyl.
:Cymbals – Erosion: Here’s a new single from Cymbals that kind of reminds me of The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart. I have no complaints about that. The Age Of Fracture is due out on February 4 via Tough Love Records.
:Garden City Movement – Move On: While digging around Pitchfork this weekend I found this rather headphone-worthy effort. It’s a beautiful, intimate track, and I really like it. Garden City Movement will release an EP on BLDG5 in the near future.