For those of you in college, Ryan Hemsworth has shared a link to download every single one of his mixes up until October 2014 to help you "study" for finals this week. For the rest of you, make sure to take advantage of the staggering 1.73 gigs of material included.
Following the release of debut single "Hills Are Floating" last month, electronic artist Stèv has now revealed his stunning second single "Urbinian" from his forthcoming debut album Beyond Stolen Notes. The record will be released via Emancipator's curated label Loci Records and Megaphone on May 18th. It's feel-good and perfect to chill to as the weather starts to improve so hit the replies to stream the track via IndieShuffle.
ON AN ON have just released a new single "It's Not Over," a ridiculously catchy summer sing-along, from their new album And The Wave Has Two Sides. Check out the song in the replies and make sure to pick up the album, which was produced by Joe Chiccarelli (Spoon, White Stripes, The Shins, My Morning Jacket), on July 24th via Roll Call Records.
The Getaway Drive were a band from New York that hit the scene way back in the Myspace/Purevolume days. They disbanded many moons ago but recently got back together to record a new song called "Battlegrounds" which you can find in the replies. The band is also playing a ten year anniversary show tomorrow if you live in New York.
Head to the replies to hear an alternate version of yellowbirddd's "Woke You." His latest effort, CENTINELA, which is one of my favorites albums of last year, is currently avaialble for pay-what-you-want on Bandcamp.
Ours By Accident's EP Act Action Bonus Tracktion is available for free download on Noisetrade. Originally released in November, the EP includes covers of Dustin Kensrue, Mae, House of Heroes, and The Reign of Kindo that were picked to lyrically complement the band's full-length album, which is on Bandcamp.
One of our most anticipated albums of 2015 is from the Portland, Oregon band Divers. They've released another new song from their debut album, Hello, Hello which you can stream on Wondering Sound. I highly suggest it.
Glasgow-based record label LuckyMe concluded their annual advent calendar yesterday, and you can download all 25 songs here. There are new tracks and remixes from Lunice, Hudson Mohawke, Baauer, S-Type and more, so don't pass this up.