Daily Dos: Thu, Apr 4, 2013

It’s no surprise that a Harry Fraud produced joint featuring Action Bronson is anything less than stellar. You didn’t need us to tell you that. On the other hand, you may need us to tell you that this track from Valentina the Italian by way of England pop singer is definitely something that you shouldn’t miss out on.

Compliments to The Chef by Action Bronson (feat. Lauriana Mae) (via potholesinmyblog.com)

Ladders by Valentina (via gorillavsbear.net)

Daily Dos: Tue, Apr 2, 2013

It’s no secret that my Achilles’ heel is anything pop created in Scandinavia. So let me introduce you to my favorite new Swede Frida Sundemo. The second introduction of the day goes to Phoria whose created this beautifully sad piece of electronica aimed to tug at your heart strings. If you only listen to two songs today make sure it’s these two.

Home by Frida Sundemo (via soundcloud.com)

Red by phoria (via whenwedip.com)

Daily Dos: Mon, Apr 1, 2013

Today’s first essential track comes from Seattle based Belgian Fog the new solo project of alt-pop artist Robert Dale. The second track features the silky vocals of UK based newcomer Laura Welsh mixed with the prolific production talents of Dev Hynes. If you’re into the stuff he’s worked on with Solange or Sky Ferreira then you’ll be sure to dig this track too.

Wait For Help by Belgian Fog (via inlove-notlimbo.com)

Unravel by Laura Welsh (via thewildhoneypie.com)

Daily Dos: Fri, Mar 29, 2013

If you’ve had the chance to check out Majical Cloudz live then you already understand the hype. That man will make you feel things, things you didn’t know you could feel. And for something a bit lighter have a listen to the first single off Rogue Wave’s upcoming release Nightingale Floors slated to drop in early June.

Childhood’s End by Majical Cloudz (via nialler9.com)

College by Rogue Wave (via captainsdead.com)

Daily Dos: Wed, Mar 27, 2013

Today’s two essential tracks come from our favorite ex-choir boy, harp extraordinaire Active Child and Swedish three piece Junip, whose sound is reminiscent of the early Shins a la Shoots Too Narrow.

Evening Ceremony by Active Child (via perfectmidnightworld.com)

Your Life, Your Call by Junip (via hillydilly.com)

Daily Dos Mon, Mar 25, 2013

Belgium brings us this simple yet stunning single from boy girl duo Float Fall. Meanwhile, swedish sisters Say Lou Lou (formerly Saint Lou Lou) have released another gorgeous dream-pop gem as the follow up to “Maybe You" a song that we still can’t resist listening to on a daily basis.

Someday by Float Fall (via lucyvstheglobe.com)

Julian by Say Lou Lou (via mostlyjunkfood.com)

Daily Dos: Thu, Mar 21, 2013

If you’ve been longing for the days of 80’s pop then you’ll be wanting to check out “Huddle,” the second single off LA duo Kisses upcoming LP. Check out their first single "Hardest Part".

Our second must listen song of the day comes from Providence, RI based producer The Range. He’s given Ciara’s “Promises” a little downtempo, pitch-shifted rework and the results are stunning.

Huddle by Kisses (via mu-sique.com)

Promises (edit) by The Range (via iguessimfloating.net)

Daily Dos: Wed, Mar 20, 2013

Young & Sick is back with yet another gorgeous track. This elusive artist always has us waiting to see what he’ll do next and he has yet to disappoint. He recently released “CONTINUUM” in one of the most innovative ways we’ve ever seen. You can read about it over at Forbes.

We also have a very unexpected Phoenix cover by Dinosaur Jr. that’s definitely a must hear. What a pleasant surprise!

CONTINUUM by Young & Sick (via pitchfork.com)

Entertainment (Phoenix Cover) by Dinosaur Jr. (via listenbeforeyoubuy.net)

Daily Dos: Tue, Mar 19, 2013

As if this track wasn’t already killer, Kendrick has put out a fresh new remix with a little help from none other than Jay-Z. We also have a new track from UK trip-soul artist Moko. She’s a new comer, but if she keeps putting out gems like this one we’re sure she’ll be making some big waves.

Bitch Dont Kill My Vibe (Remix) ft. Jay-Z by Kendrick Lamar (via inyourspeakers.com)

Summon The Strength by Moko (via sodwee.com)
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