Nude Beach reach back to ’50s pop on their newest, “For You.”
The L.A. duo has the Midas touch when it comes to feel-good electro pop.
Lazy Day’s “Oldest Friend” is dream pop with a garage rock edge.
The 1-800-DINOSAUR label head gets ghostly in the mix with “200 Press.”
Tom Misch conjures up another gorgeous track with the soulful “Karma.”
For their next trick, Cathedrals veer into darker electronic territory with “OOO AAA.”
Forage recall the crisp guitar arrangements of olden day emo outfits with “Drinking Games.”
The worldly electro-pop of Sirma’s “Trigger” gets a house rework thanks to Pat Lok.
Jerry takes a look back at the angel-voiced C of CSN&Y.
Panama Wedding whip up a playlist featuring some past and future classics to get you excited for our DC festival in September.