Comma Fera – how to leave

how to leave by Comma Fera This mini-album only has three songs on it, but they are so beautiful and touching I had to share it. Comma Fera is a 19-year-old musician from Toronto, and she makes stripped-down, lo-fi, bedroom kind of pop. She reminds me somewhat of Julien Baker, she has the same vulnerability

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Maxx Marshall – The Sun That Sear’d

The Sun That Sear'd by Maxx Marshall A beautiful voice and a really sweet sound – what else do you need?

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KASHKA – Bones EP

Bones EP by KASHKA Kashka is a wonderful singer songwriter. Her voice is timeless and her music is fragile and unique. I fell in love with it immediately. this EP is from 2014 but she already released 2 new singles this year and I can’t wait for what she will do next.

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Ilika Ward – Many Faces

Many Faces by Ilika Ward These guys’ music is simple but complex, but mostly it’s just fun

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TSU! – Dadebe

Dadebe by TSU! My mom is a very big fan of Greek and Turkish music and this reminds me of some of the records she used to listen to.

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Timothy Luke Dawson – Old Lovers

Old Lovers by Timothy Luke Dawson This guy sounds like old time country – and I mean it in the best way possible

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Him&Me – View Of You

View Of You by Him&Me The debut album from the Israeli duo Him&Me is a wonderful combination of beautiful vocals and harmonies, folky inspiration and some electronic beats. Everything about it is chill and dreamy, and takes you on a calm musical journey.

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Woven Birds – DEMO

DEMO by Woven Birds Two beautiful relaxing songs which are perfect for a rainy Saturday afternoon.

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Clara Engel – rosepetal jam // home recordings

rosepetal jam // home recordings by Clara Engel This short EP by the Canadian artist Clara Engel feels like a soundtrack for sleepwalkers – it has that kind of hazy day-dream aura.

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Shana Cleveland & The Sandcastles – Oh Man, Cover The Ground

Oh Man, Cover The Ground by Shana Cleveland & The Sandcastles Murky folk album the kind you need to hear after midnight [because it’s so beautiful & yet a little bit melancholic].

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Him&Me – View Of You

View Of You by Him&Me \\Special Israeli Indie Music Happy 67th birthday, Israel! Here is another wonderful taste of the Israeli talent on Bandcamp: Dan and Tom, the duo Him&Me. They make really delicate and chill acoustic music. This EP consists only three songs, but they’re all pretty and easy on the ears.

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Flower of Industry – Diary of a Blueprint

Diary of a Blueprint by Flower of Industry As the name suggests, listening to this album feels like reading a personal journal – i’m not an instant fan of the singer-songwriter genre but something in the songs featured here caught my ear & heart.

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