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If you’ve spent the last six months sleeping under a rock, there’s a new album from Ride out today. In fact, their first new LP in 21 years. If you don’t think that’s a thing, you may be tuned into the wrong radio station, my friends. Much like when Slowdive released a new album this year, a number of other new releases got overlooked (well, everywhere but here). But, you know us. Our job is to keep you up on all of it. New music from Deafcult, Wozniak, Hatchie, Youth Pool, Rocketship, Pink Frost, Pale Spectres, FOAMMM, Chain of Flowers, Bleach Bath, A Shoreline Dream, The Black Watch, Snowball ii, The Raft, Drift, Radiation Flowers, Rocket Ship TV, Nevermind Me, Amber Arcades, Dead Vibrations, M!R!M, Lake Wash, Glass, Vinyl Williams, Seahorse, Alvvays, Herlights, Alarm Drum… everything that fits, and some wot don’t.

Not to neglect last weekend’s fresh additions, including the sparkly new album from Panda Riot, plus Bellavista, Tearjerker, Fawns of Love, Softer Still, Colour of Spring, Doorbells, Beachglass, Sonic Jesus, Secret Meadow, Palm Haze, Daoda, Giant Surprise. We’ll put it all through the compactor, see just how much we can fit in.

New Tracks Weekend kicks off 8 pm Eastern, 5 pm Pacific, and continuing through Sunday at midnight Eastern, 9 Pacific. It’s the first weekend we’ll spin some of these tracks, and may be the last weekend for some others. Remember, you can listen listen via the station page at DKFM,  on Shoutcast, and on TuneIn Radio for iPhone/Android/Windows. Plus we have our branded apps for Apple’s iOSAndroid and Blackberry: listeners can vote thumbs-up/thumbs-down on all the new tracks, helping us determine what graduates to permanent rotation. Your voice counts! Or load up the “Internet Radio” tab of your iTunes desktop client, and you’ll find DKFM Shoegaze Radio under ‘Alternative’. You can even keep up with the new tracks and artists you may have missed, as we’re live-tweeting every track on our sub-Twitter DKFMTracks account. Now you’ll know what you heard, or catch up on what you missed. Keep up with our new Facebook group for real-time discussions of what you’ve heard, and sound off!

And, as always, thanks for listening, and thank you for your support!

New Magnet School, new Lazy Legs, new Brothers in Law? We’re packed for the weekend. Add fresh sounds from Love the Unicorn, Dead White Tulips, Elephant Stone, Soft Wounds, The Love Agenda, Giant Surprise, Sound of Ceres, Your Friends Polymers, London’s M!R!M, and the incomparable A Shoreline Dream? Done and done. We’ll throw in some classics from Yellow Fang for good measure. Can’t touch this.

Not to forget the recent additions cropping up again, including Crème Fouettée, Exiles, Lubec, Tuath, Hidden Hind, Jo Passed, She-Devils, Cave Shine, The Spoiled, Spool, Indoor Voices, Swiimers, Wray, and LSD and the Search For God. We’ve got this all covered.

New Tracks Weekend kicks off 8 pm Eastern, 5 pm Pacific, and continuing through Sunday at midnight Eastern, 9 Pacific. It’s the first weekend we’ll spin some of these tracks, and may be the last weekend for some others. Listen via the Radionomy station page at DKFM, on Shoutcast, and on TuneIn Radio for iPhone/Android/Windows. You can even keep up with the new tracks and artists you may have missed: we’re live-scrobbling via our last.fm profile, and live-tweeting every track on our sub-Twitter DKFMTracks account. Now you’ll know what you heard, or catch up on what you missed.

And, as always, thank you for listening, and thank you for your support!

Outside of classic Curve, who’s ever heard of great shoegaze you can dance to? A Shoreline Dream premieres their upcoming single, “Revolvist”, and it may have you disoriented from the opening bars. Shoegaze meets postpunk meets dark, gothy undertones in this propulsive track. Guitar that sounds like a hazy Lycia soundscape meets a Sisters of Mercy (or early Cocteau Twins) bassline, and goth heaven is achieved, without losing sight of the signature sound that makes A Shoreline Dream one of the leading lights of the neo-shoegaze movement.


Is “Revolvist” a new direction for A Shoreline buy flagyl Dream? Doubtful. Just another facet in the diamond for this well-accomplished, multifaceted band. We’ll take more of this any damn day. Digital release available 04 March, pre-order now through both Amazon (international) and iTunes.

The video for “Revolvist” is an extension of the song itself, featuring Denver side-show performing legends “The Scissor Sweethearts”, Siara Gray and Serana Rose. Filmed entirely on location in the outdoor set of Shoreline Studios, which resides in the very neighborhood named after infamous circus madman PT Barnum.

Follow A Shoreline Dream at their website, via their Latenight Weeknight Records label, on Facebook and Twitter.

So much new music to throw at you. Unsurprisingly, we’re all over the new singles from A Shoreline Dream and SHEER. But we’re also excited to share more new sounds from Wildhoney (released today!), Beach House, Youth Pool, the return of The Julia Sound, whatfunlifewas, Ummagma, Swiimers, Seasurfer, Catholic Easter Colors, The Poetry Book, DIIV, Tender Surgeon, dot Vom, Winter, Oak Coma, Waitress, as well as choice cuts from the compilation “Psychocandy Revisited”, celebrating the thirtieth birthday of The Jesus and Mary Chain’s classic debut LP.

That’s not to ignore last week’s debuts on our air, including Ghost Lake, Water, Girls Names, Modern Railway Exhibition, Shady Elders, Night Flowers, Sykoya, Commuted, Sunflowerheads, Giant Surprise, Drug Train, Cigarettes After Sex, FOREVR, Noir for Rachel, The Electromagnetic, Silversun Pickups and Deerhunter. We doin’ all that.

New Tracks how can i buy flagyl online Weekend kicks off 8 pm Eastern, 5 pm Pacific, and continuing through Sunday at midnight Eastern, 9 Pacific. It’s the first weekend we’ll spin some of these tracks, and may be the last weekend for some others. Live365 listeners: it’s your votes that count! Your thumbs-up / thumbs down ratings determine what is kept in permanent rotation. Listen via the Live365 station page at DKFM, on iTunes Internet Radio under “Eclectic”, and on TuneIn Radio for iPhone/Android/Windows. Latin America relay: try Radio Terra. And still commercial-free everywhere! You can even keep up with the new tracks and artists you may have missed: we’re live-scrobbling via our last.fm profile. Now you’ll know what you heard, or catch up on what you missed.

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2015 marks the ten-year anniversary of A Shoreline Dream. Founded in the mid ‘aughts, it was a challenging time for richly textured, moody music. Post Rock was starting to come into its own, but, with few exceptions, shoegaze wasn’t really a happening thing. But for a decade, A Shoreline Dream’s mad alchemy and cinematic landscapes have been a constant; a foundation rock in the resurgence of the sound. With the imminent release of their new single, “Time is a Machine Gun”, we sat down with Ryan Policky and Erik Jeffries to take stock.

DKFM: A decade. Did you ever think you’d be carrying this banner for ten years now? Tell us about the journey.

Ryan: It’s crazy for sure. I didn’t even realize we had technically been working together as A Shoreline Dream for ten years until Shauna from Ummagma asked me when we formed the other day? and it was a crazy revelation. Ten years. That’s a long time, yet not all that long all at once. I remember meeting Elbow after a show around the same time we formed, and they had been doing it for 12 years at that point and I couldn’t believe it. “How could they still be working together?”, I thought. but as the time went on I realized quickly that ten years truly goes by three, four times the speed at which you think it will. As awareness and memory of things around us settle in, the time just naturally does that? Speed up, that is. It’s a machine gun 😉

Erik: The ten years have gone by very quickly. To be honest it seems like it was just yesterday when we started tracking our first ideas. I never thought about the actual time, but this has become such an important part of who I am that time just melts away. I also think keeping up with Ryan and his willingness to explore and try new ideas keeps is as fresh today as it wa the first day I brought my gear back to the studio to explore the idea that became A Shoreline Dream.

DKFM: From the beginning, it seems like ASD charted its own course. From founding your own Latenight Weeknight label, to the sonic craftsmanship that goes into each release. What made you choose this (perhaps more challenging) path?

Ryan: Creative freedom was always the reason behind it. We wanted to pave it our way, and not be restricted by what business does. You see far too many times throughout history of great bands becoming ‘standard’ to grab a ton of cash real quick, with little substance behind what they’re doing. And it’s not the bands fault, it’s the labels, as they truly dictate 80% of the time as to what the band needs to be, rather than what they want to be. It was extremely expensive, and through it all I can see that most labels fold because they are almost always destined to do that. They get the loans, they work the deals, and they ultimately spend far too much to properly promote their next thing, with the bands themselves not coming close to realizing their label is gambling pretty hard most of the time, hoping for a miracle.

Erik: It has always been about creative freedom. Which is funny. To think that by taking control of something you would actually create more freedom might not make sense. Also, Ryan’s willingness to put everything on the line and support not only his ideas but ours as well was pretty amazing. He borrowed against his house, ran up every card he had and invested about every cent just go get this off the ground. The result is reflected in nearly every album, EP and single we produced.

DKFM: The sound itself is pretty unique, borrowing (though sparely) from classic Dif Juz and Spirea X prog/fusion, overlaid with pop songcraft and dark harmonies. What were your musical touchstones as you were first fleshing out your sound?

Ryan: One of my biggest production and sound spectrum influences for this project has been Dead Can Dance in their early years. Some of the best sounding songs I’ve ever heard came off their first disc, and the way they achieved those sounds has always been a motivator to what we’re doing. Achieving a spacial atmospheric thing, with a driving, near-danceable groove. Nearly every song I’ve ever heard with a symphony and driving bassline grabs me and doesn’t let go, so it’s hard to list off a ton of other influences, as their are too many to list. But Dead Can Dance, yes. I always add hints of their style in the mix as I wish more of that existed.

Erik: The sound is such an example of collaboration along with Ryan’s vision. He has definitely helped fuse our ideas into a consistent sound and presence. We find ways to keep our ideas fresh and innovative but Ryan does an amazing job on making sure it still fits the quality, personality and sound design that is central to our core.

I think we have almost developed an intuition on how to compliment each other’s ideas when composing and recording. This time was no different.

DKFM: Musicianship and technical ability do play a strong role in A Shoreline Dream. More than order metronidazole pills online half the bands in-genre would choke trying to pull off a tune like “The Silent Sunrise”. Is that simply the result of a decade-plus experience, the talent you’ve surrounded yourself with, or…?

Ryan: I find it super bizarre personally whenever anyone calls us technical, or prog, as I think nearly everything I’ve ever written has been zoning out with my eyes closed, with no real strategy or technical aspects at all. Most of the better material we’ve got on our recordings as of late have followed this rule as well, so I guess it’s based on the fact that our fingers are more dexterous with the many years of playing as to where a more prog side has originated from.

Erik: I think we are much more technical than we like to admit. I know that is a passion of mine and although Ryan doesn’t like to admit he is actually a very progressive composer and musician. This is reflected in his guitar playing and compositions. Plus some of our former members are beasts on their instruments. Adam Edwards is an amazing bass player along with Enoc Torraca. Gabe Ratliff, Sean Merrill, Mike Scerano and Erin Tidwell have all been very powerful drummers as well.

DKFM: It’s more difficult than ever before to be an independent band in this climate. How do you manage to keep the ship moving forward?

Ryan: The one thing that has always motivated me has been the desire to record new songs. Money has always been second, and not really thought of until we need it to make something happen in full. I think that everyone who truly believes in their art should just go ahead and self fund it, because if you can get the credit to make it happen, and truly believe it’s great, you will always get that money back somehow. Money is money, and not really something to worry about. Art is life, and that needs some serious focus. When inspired I just write, I just record, I make it happen. We’ve always just made it happen, and we made it happen because we love the way the “art” turned out.

Erik: We still love to compose and Ryan loves to work in the studio. Plus, we continue to find new ideas and new sounds to explore. The beauty of A Shoreline Dream is there are no barriers. The willingness to explore keeps it fresh. We are obviously not the same people we were ten years ago, but when we come together and start to explore or improvise it seems like time just melts away and we explore.


DKFM: Tell us about the new single! We’re used to albums and EPs from you, what compelled you to get into studio to release this particular track?

Ryan: The new single comes from a deep seeded fascination with a phrase that’s been engraved on the inside of my head, and I continually see it and think of it. That being ‘Time is a Machine Gun’. It’s sad yet hopeful really. Life goes by far too fast, and it hits hard. And just as you think you have it figured out, it’s over. It’s strange. It’s confusing, yet the speed at which it flies creates an overwhelming desire to explore as much as possible. To do as much as possible. To live and to not regret. To make things happen. It’s like the astronauts you hear in the song. Risking it all to find out something new. To go somewhere new. To be someone new. It’s what really made the song come together. A desire to write something new.

Erik: It was actually very interesting for me. I had just had some Gibson custom shop pickups installed on a guitar that I had built from Front Porch Lutherie. Ryan immediately liked the response and tone and thought it would compliment an idea he was working on. Although reluctant, Ryan convinced me to go right into the studio and track some of my ideas to go along with the solid progression he had composed. To be honest it was one of the best sessions I had ever participated in. The tone from the new set-up was amazing and the fit with Ryan’s idea worked out even better than I had expected. I have always appreciated the way Ryan and I have been able to leave room for each other on our songs. I think we have almost developed an intuition on how to compliment each other’s ideas when composing and recording. This time was no different.

DKFM: What comes next for A Shoreline Dream?

Ryan: More recording of ideas. More collaboration hopefully. We’re wanting to expand our sound. Work with new people. Try new things. We’re gonna write, record and release as we get things done. Focusing on singles, and then assembling at the end into a full package. Hopefully vinyl. We’ve been dying to do Vinyl and so have our fans!

Erik: More music and more exploration of sounds and ideas. Plus I really want to revisit some of the places we toured in the past.

“Time is a Machine Gun” is released into the world on Friday, October 16th.
Follow A Shoreline Dream at their Bandcamp site, Latenight Weeknight label, Facebook, and ashorelinedream.com.

NEW. Our weekend brings you a world broadcast premiere from A Shoreline Dream. Timeless tune, classic sound. Add to that a world premiere first listen to a new track from Ghost Lake, whose debut LP I Feel Everything is expected by the end of the month. Fuzzy goodness. Plus, brand new music from Water (impressive debut, impossible to Google) that will peel the paint near your hotplate, intensity from Night Shapes, the ever-innovative Echodrone, the new album from Girls Names, a new track from Modern Railway Exhibition, dreamy sound from Shady Elders, perfect songcraft from Night Flowers, fresh textures from Sykoya, Commuted, Sunflowerheads, Giant Surprise, Drug Train, Cigarettes After Sex, FOREVR, Noir for Rachel, The Electromagnetic… we haven’t even begun with all the new sounds. We’ll probably toss in some Silversun Pickups and Deerhunter for good measure. Just for the halibut.

That’s not to ignore last week’s freshness from Ominar, The Foreign Resort, Crush, Dayflower, Miners, SOON, Lost Secrets, Smile, Mercury Rev, TYYNYT, This Lonely Crowd, Behaviors, The Stargazer Lilies, Dear Tracks, Angel Falls, Seapony, Hand Habits and more. Packed we are, bursting it is.

New Tracks Weekend kicks off 8 pm Eastern, 5 pm Pacific, and continuing through Sunday at midnight Eastern, 9 Pacific. It’s the first weekend we’ll spin some of these tracks, and may be the last weekend for some others. Live365 listeners: it’s your votes that count! Your thumbs-up / thumbs down ratings determine what is kept in permanent rotation. Listen via the Live365 station page at DKFM, on iTunes Internet Radio under “Eclectic”, and on TuneIn Radio for iPhone/Android/Windows. Latin America relay: try Radio Terra. And still commercial-free everywhere! You can even keep up with the new tracks and artists you may have missed: we’re live-scrobbling via our last.fm profile. Now you’ll know what you heard, or catch up on what you missed.

Just for the halibut.

We’ve been without a chart for the last several months. Blame technical and logistical errors. What follows: the current top ten singles based on listener votes and overall spins.

1. To The Wedding – “Silver Currents”
2. The Lees of Memory – “Little Fallen Star”
3. Tennis System – “Technicolour Blind”
4. Cre•scen•do – “Not Sure Yet” *
5. Night School – “Birthday”
6. Last Leaf Down – “The Theme”
7. Sheer – “Orion”
8. Thud – “Lime”
9. The Cherry Wave – “Whitey”
10. Venera 4 – “Black Paws”

Albums
1. A Shoreline Dream – The Silent Sunrise
2. Tennis System – Technicolor Blind
3. Asalto Al Parque Zoológico – Hexadecimal
4. Lubec – The Thrall
5. The Lees of Memory – Sisyphus Says
6. Spirit Lapse – Dark Energy
7. Juvenile Juvenile – Our Great Escape
8. Deepfieldview – Deepfieldview
9. DIV I DED – Born to Sleep
10.Evvolves – Hang

Breakouts, new releases:
Airs – L.A. Blues (Part Time Punks Session)
Downhill Willows – Downhill Willows (First Demos)
Balms – Balms (EP)
The Mites – Bellows
Mumrunner – Zit/Rut
Excusers – No Excusers
La Casa Al Mare – M / CD Girl

* returned to chart after dropping off last month.

 

Long awaited, much anticipated new music from A Shoreline Dream headlines our weekend. With the new album The Silent Sunrise due this Tuesday, we’ll tickle your ears with teaser tracks all weekend, and you’ll understand why our studios are literally buzzing over this release. Then again, could just be the ringing in our ears after cranking it up in the headphones. But we won’t stop there! After weeks of poking around the edges, we’re finally going all in with Dream Suicides. If you’re not familiar with this dream-inflected bedroom pop, you’re in for a shimmering treat. Add in new music from Japan’s She, in the haze, The Dead Mantra, Białogard, The Sound of Rescue, Chatham Rise, Deep Space Cowboys, Ghost Lake, Sensei, Lubec, a classic from Slow Motion Picture (new album next month) and more, we’ll have you entertained all weekend. Any hour of the day or night. Guaranteed. We can hardly contain it all.

8 pm Eastern, 5 pm Pacific, and continuing through Sunday at midnight Eastern, 9 Pacific. It’s the first weekend we’ll spin some of these tracks, and may be the last weekend for some others. Live365 listeners: it’s your votes that count! Your thumbs-up / thumbs down ratings determine what is kept in permanent rotation. Listen via the Live365 station page at DKFM, on iTunes Internet Radio under “Eclectic”, and on TuneIn Radio for iPhone/Android/Windows. Latin America relay: try Radio Terra. And commercial-free everywhere! You can even keep up with the new tracks and artists you may have missed: we’re live-scrobbling via our last.fm profile. Now you’ll know what you heard, or catch up on what you missed. (Almost) full alpha listing as follows:

Airs
Allusondrugs
Asalto al Parque Zoologico
Ask For Joy
Astronaut Husband
Aysula
Barnard’s Star
Be
beko
Bellavista
Beverly
Białogard
The Bilinda Butchers
Bleak Boys
Bleak House
Blonde Redhead
Blonde Tongues
Bloodhounds on My Trail
Blush Response
Bummed
Chatham Rise
The City
Clustersun
Contrast
CQ
Craft Spells
Cre•scen•do
crisis arm
Cuicks
Cult Classic
The Daysleepers
The Dead Mantra
Deep Space Cowboys
Depth & Current
Desert Ships
Dragon Turtle
Duelectrum
duplodeck
Engineers
Evil Eyes
Fantasyprom
Field Mouse
Flat7
The Florist
Fluffytails
Flyying Colours
Follow the Sea
For Tracy Hyde
Francesca Fiore
The Fresh & Onlys
Ghost Lake
glace
The Glass Set
Glintshake
Grass on the Sun
The Halogens
Hariguem Zaboy
Highlands
The History of Apple Pie
The History of Colour TV
Honeyblood
Hot Glass
The Hours
Housekeeper
Hush Pup
HYLA
Imandra Lake
Incense
JAGUWAR
Jekyll
Jubilee Courts
Keep
Kid Foguete
Kindling
The Koniac Net
The KVB
La Sera
Lava Lite
Let’s Be Loveless
Letting Up Despite Great Faults
Lightfields
Lightfoils
Lights that Change
LLLL
London Fuzz
Lone Poets
Lowtide
Lubec
Luha
magao
Magic Love
Mary Joanna & The Southern Electrikk
Miners
Miniatures
Miracle Falls
Miss Mobile Home
Modern Time Machines
Montclova
Moonsters
Movienite
My Red Dress
Neuman
The Noise Tigers
Okkur
On-The-Go
The Only Ghost in Town
Pallow
penguin airways
Pink Mexico
Pinkshinyultrablast
Plastic Girl in Closet
POLA
Popstrangers
Power Pyramid
Princess
Prisms
Privacy//Policy
The Raveonettes
rayos y manchas
Redspencer
Reighnbeau
Schonwald
Seasurfer
Secret Colours
Self Defense
Sensei
Sexores
She, in the haze
A Shoreline Dream
Sighs
Sky Between Leaves
Sleep Party People
Slow Motion Picture
Slowness
Soph Nathan
SoulSonic
The Sound of Rescue
Sounds of Sputnik
Spiral Life
Stagnant Pools
Star Horse
Static in Verona
A Sunny Day in Glasgow
Surfing
Sweet Jane and Claire
Taffy
Tape Waves
Tempers
Tennis System
Towns
The Twilight Sad
Twin Studies
TYYNYT
UmbraSum
Unity Floors
The Us
VANIISH
VANITY
The Watchmakers
We Keep the City Running
We Need Secrets
Whirr
Wildhoney
Worries
Wray
YUKI
The Zephyr Bones
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宇宙ネコ子とラブリーサマーちゃん
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Packed to the gills.

We bring the love this weekend, with Tape Waves, We Need Secrets, Depth & Current, The Glass Set, Pink Mexico, Sky Between Leaves, Follow the Sea, Auris Acumen, and A Shoreline Dream. Plus we’ll go all in with the new album from Prisms, Whale Fall. If we did nothing else, you would be entertained. Luckily, we’re not that lazy.

8 pm Eastern, 5 pm Pacific, and continuing through Sunday at midnight Eastern, 9 Pacific. It’s the first weekend we’ll spin some of these tracks, and may be the last weekend for some others. Live365 listeners: it’s your votes that count! Your thumbs-up / thumbs down ratings determine what is kept in permanent rotation. Listen via the Live365 station page at DKFM, on iTunes Internet Radio under “Eclectic”, and on TuneIn Radio for iPhone/Android/Windows. Latin America relay: try Radio Terra. And commercial-free everywhere! You can even keep up with the new tracks and artists you may have missed: we’re live-scrobbling via our last.fm profile. Now you’ll know what you heard, or catch up on what you missed. Full flagyl alpha listing as follows:

Ablebody
Airs
Allusondrugs
Asalto al Parque Zoologico
Ask For Joy
Asobi Seksu
ATOMBOMB
Auris Acumen
Barnard’s Star
beko
Bellavista
Beverly
The Bilinda Butchers
Black Twig
Bleak Boys
Bleak House
Blonde Redhead
Blonde Tongues
Bloodhounds on My Trail
Bloom
The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Bummed
The Capsules
Ceremony
The City
Clustersun
Comet Control
Contrast
Craft Spells
Cre•scen•do
crisis arm
Cuicks
Cult Classic
The Daysleepers
Depth & Current
Dragon Turtle
drifterswift
duplodeck
Engineers
The Enters
Fantasyprom
Field Mouse
Flat7
The Florist
Fluffytails
Flyying Colours
Follow the Sea
For Tracy Hyde
Francesca Fiore
The Fresh & Onlys
Fury Things
Ghost Lake
glace
The Glass Set
Gleemer
Glintshake
Grass on the Sun
Heathers
High/Low
Highlands
The History of Apple Pie
The History of Colour TV
Honeyblood
Housekeeper
Howling Bells
HYLA
Imandra Lake
Incense
iris
JAGUWAR
Jekyll
Jubilee Courts
Kaela Sinclair
Kaleidoscopes
Kid Foguete
Kindling
The Koniac Net
The KVB
La Sera
Lava Lite
Let’s Be Loveless
Letting Up Despite Great Faults
Lightfields
Lightfoils
Lights that Change
LLLL
Lone Poets
Lowtide
Luha
magao
Mark Gardener
Mary Joanna & The Southern Electrikk
Mercy Fist
Milky White
Miniatures
Miracle Falls
Modern Time Machines
Montclova
Moonsters
Movienite
Mountain Meets Water
My Red Dress
Neuman
Nevermind Me
The Noise Tigers
Okkur
On-The-Go
The Only Ghost in Town
Otoño
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart
Pallow
penguin airways
People of Nothing
Pink Mexico
Pinkshinyultrablast
Plastic Girl in Closet
POLA
Power Pyramid
Prisms
Privacy//Policy
Rachel Goswell
The Raveonettes
rayos y manchas
Redspencer
Romeo Moon
Sand
Savage Sister
Save Switzerland
Schonwald
Seasurfer
Secret Colours
Selekhov
Serfs
Sexores
Shallow
Sharon Van Etten
Shelling
A Shoreline Dream
Sighs
Sky Between Leaves
Sleep Party People
Slowness
Snakadaktal
SoulSonic
Spiral Life
Stagnant Pools
Star Horse
Static in Verona
A Sunny Day in Glasgow
Surfing
Sweet Jane and Claire
Taffy
Tape Waves
Tempers
Tennis System
Towns
The Twilight Sad
Twin Studies
TYYNYT
The Us
VANIISH
VANITY
The Watchmakers
We Keep the City Running
We Miss the Earth
We Need Secrets
Whirr
White Blush
The Wildest Smiling Faces
Wildhoney
Wolf Alice
Worries
Wozniak
Wray
YUKI
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