Glimmer Down by Miss Mobile Home So glad there is a new album by Miss Mobile Home – it’s warm and mellow and unique – basically I’m in love.
I Neva Seen by Galcher Lustwerk i first fell to the first track but then i heard the fourth and all i want to do is to drown forever into some warm sand
Oshin by DIIV DIIV are an American Shoegaze-Rock band from Brooklyn, New York City. Their debut album “Oshin” is very diverse with influences coming from the likes of Nirvana, Smashing Pumpkins and Sonic Youth and is oscillating seamlessly between shimmering pop, pounding new-wave, and dream-inducing shoegaze. It feels like I am dreaming about a good
Alberto by foxes in fiction Nerd music is the way to make me dreaming about how i was acting if i was one of the girls in The Virgin Suicides.
Strategies EP by New York Endless This is the top secret of intelligence dance music. just listen to the 15:52 track and thank me then.
i'm your protector now by nadia It is so hard to be unique in this category but that Nadia nailed it. I fell to her cause of the last song here. enjoy
Victoria Park by Fog Lake something really caught my ear’s [& heart’s] attention in this album – the songs sounds raw but in a good way. the emotional way.
Kind of Blah by Frog There’s something so full of joy, a bit quirky & charming in this debut album by the New-York duo, Frog – check it out!
Inside The Sun by Cat Toren Band Beautiful & imaginative improvised jazz pieces by Cat Toren Band [& here i am the other day complaining that there’s not enough indie-jazz albums lately]
Ultra Violet by Tamara Renée The cosmic hip-hop sounds of Tamara Renée – there’s a lot of influence of jazz, soul & psychedelic music in here. check it out!
Nara Dream^^^Dolly Parton by O Paradiso There are only two songs here, but oh boy, do they bite your ears & brains! a nice experimental post-punk-pop adventure.
Yearning by Spirits of Leo Spirits of Leo is a one man band, consisting of the talented Ryan Santos Phillips. This album was recorded in bedrooms in California and New York, and still it sounds very well-produced and sleek. It’s actually shoegaze at its best, with all the components you’d expect to find in an