For many of you, the weekdays are blurring into the weekends and one day is the same as the next. Well, we’re here to tell you that it’s Saturday – and since it’s Saturday, that means we’ve got some great new tunes and reviews for you to check out!

Peter Drucker – “Jim and Pam”

Last week we had Eddie and Valerie, this week it’s Jim and Pam! Peter Trucker’s latest track is a smooth indie pop jam with catchy lyrics and great vocals. (And for an added bit of trivia, Peter has actually never watched an episode of The Office. Don’t tell Jim and Pam.)

The Besnard Lakes – “Our Heads, Our Hearts on Fire Again”

The Besnard Lakes are back with a new tune, a psych-rock waltz from their new album The Besnard Lakes Are The Last of the Great Thunderstorm Warnings, coming out later this month. Check it out!

Andrew Waite – “Ain’t Goin’ Out Like That”

At first listen, this has a Springsteen-meets-Matt-Mays sound, and we are seriously diggin’ it. It makes me miss live shows even more, because you just know this is a fantastic tune to hear in person.

Rendacium – “Wrong Words”

Your day needs some energy – so here’s the track for you. The UK’s Rendacium just released “Wrong Words”, and you’re probably going to want to move to it. Slam dancing is encouraged. 

Roussett – “So Particular”

Here’s something a little different than we tend to post, but I really enjoyed it and think you will too. Psychedelic space pop is the perfect way to describe it, but so is this: “The finest psychedelic spacelounge vibes with soaring melodies and luscious harmonies to send your ears into orbit.”

JP Lancaster – “Feeling Strange”

Canadian artist JP Lancaster’s latest track, “Feeling Strange” is a mellow indie folk jam with a serious subject matter. Give it a spin, let us know what you think.

Cult Icon – “Peach Faith”

Really diggin’ the fast, driving guitar in this track – here’s the latest track from the UK’s Cult Icon. I’m keeping an eye out for more from them.

Sleeplore – “Waited”

There are some songs you want to listen to while lying on the floor in the dark, with the music so loud it blocks everything out. This is one of those. It’s a beautiful, dark, post-rock masterpiece.


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