Stream: Elseware – “Drifted”

March 27, 2015 No comments yet

YOU LEFT ME STRANDED HERE In their second ever release, NYC duo Elseware emerges with a freshly-inked jam fated to suck you to the dark side. Through a stratosphere of scalding synths helped up by a vigorously crunching back line, “Drifted” sucks you deep into its black hole of ghostly electronics before spitting you back up as the […]

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Stream: Kassassin Street – “To Be Young”

March 27, 2015 No comments yet

A NEW DAY WILL COME With a soft-spot for songs that meet my driving playlist needs, Portsmouth 5-piece Kassassin Street is out here delivering the goods on their newest “To Be Young.” In a place rife with Interpol riffs and the sunny-disposition of newcomer Circa Waves, Kassassin Street roll out a skittering shot of serotonin-rock pumped full of psychedelic licks and fueled home by singalong […]

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Stream: WATERS – “What’s Real”

March 26, 2015 No comments yet

 STUCK WITH THE SAME KIND OF PEOPLE San Francisco five-piece WATERS emerge from a place where 90’s grunge meets polished indie-rock to forge a burst of summery sound on their latest single “What’s Real.” All riff-roaring and guitar-driven, “What’s Real” rips open the seal of summer with a loaded gun of sun-soaked pop declaring real pain for your […]

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Video: Ghost Loft – “Overflow” + Announces Chocolate Haze EP

March 25, 2015 No comments yet

WALK THIS ROAD LESS TRAVELLED Ghost Loft is back and more different than ever.In a departure from his usual sound, “Overflow” finds Ghost Loft trading in his monochromatic synths for psuedo-psychedelic reverb, taking the artist from his usual shadowy corners into the light of slow-burning hooks and brazen horns. With a swift kick to the 808 drums, Ghost Loft tips back the […]

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Stream: Tei Shi – “Go Slow” + Tour Dates

March 24, 2015 No comments yet

Coming off of some spellbinding performances at SXSW, Tei Shi premiered her newest track with Annie Mac on her BBC Radio 1 show. Tripping along skittering lines of sparkle-dusted synths and a deep-seated backbeat, “Go Slow” rolls slowly towards pop fueled by 90’s r&b, painting the town a fizzy shade of twilight as Tei Shi rides into another quietly glimmering pop […]

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[PREMIERE] Janine And the Mixtape – “Hope There’s Someone”

March 23, 2015 No comments yet

HOW WILL I REST MY HEAD In the last couple of weeks, Janine And The Mixtape has returned with a Little Mixtape Monday series that has the New Zealand, Brooklyn-based songstress’ soulful vocals gracing the blogosphere and speakers of MJF. Today, MJF is proud to premiere the latest installment of Janine’s Little Mixtape series titled “Hope There’s Someone.” In her cover […]

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[INTERVIEW] Bringing Music To The Real World: An Interview With Music Supervisor Colleen Curlin

March 18, 2015 No comments yet

As a music lover and a soundtrack obsessor ever since Alexandra Patsavas welcomed me to The O.C. (bitch!) with Phantom Planet, Rooney and Death Cab For Cutie, my affection for music and TV transformed into an interchangeable passion. As the pinnacle of reality TV, The Real World holds a permanent position in the realm of pop culture. As […]

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Stream: Tigertown – “Papernote” + SXSW Shows

March 17, 2015 No comments yet

MAYBE I SHOULD GO Sydney, Australia’s Tigertown are hitting U.S. shores with a sonic boom of pop in their single “Papernote.” Produced by Iceland’s Siggi and the heroes of Captain Cuts, “Papernote” hits the ground running with sun-soaked reverb before detonating into a ear-crushing choral crescendo that will get you sprung on spring and well into the arms of summer. Like HAERTS supersmashed […]

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