Obscure Sound blog

  1. Elegant Elephant are a band from Stockholm, Sweden, formed in early 2017. They recently released their first single “Cogwheel,” a fun and melodic success that reminds of a cross between ’90s Brit-pop and modern indie psych-rock. The initial verses bear a likeness to early Blur in the enthusiastic guitar tones and suave vocal approach, the […]

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  2. Why Another are a band from Boston with an emotional, striking sound. In addition to their ability to integrate both hard-moving rock with serene electronic soundscapes, the band wows with the vocals of frontman Adi Malka, which resemble Jeff Buckley in their haunting croon. Their new single “Why” is a great showing, bringing these vocals […]

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  3. After impressing with the track “Think and Spin” last year, Tyler Miles now has a new EP out, Past The Point. The release is streaming in full above. Fans of Ariel Pink and John Maus are likely to adore the project’s aesthetic, capturing a variety of successful sounds. “Make It Work” is more on the […]

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  4. Kindergarten are a new five-piece, presently based in Bushwick (Brooklyn). The act was started by Toronto-based musician Jono Robertson. Their engaging new track “Deep Breath” precedes an upcoming EP, and shows a very pleasant sound featuring playful guitars that sway with gentle precision. 00:48 marks an uptick intensity, revealing a bouncy hook with angular guitars […]

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  5. We’re happy to premiere the latest track from Ohmfield, a chilled-out success featuring the vocals of Alex Wilke. The effervescent “I’ll be fine,” hook is captivating, the verses adorned by spacey synths and buzzing rhythms. After the success of “Worm Can,” Ohmfield continues to showcase an impressive ability to craft accessible pop-driven successes with innovative […]

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