Recommended Music

New Music Monday (August 28, 2017): Cassia, Together Pangea, Beckett, & More!

Artist: Cassia
Song: “Sink”
Album: Single

I always enjoy upbeat, feel-good songs in the summer, and the latest single by Cassia embodies this. The Manchester-area trio draws influence from such a range of music, including Caribbean melodies to African-inspired rhythms, yet still manages to sound quintessentially British.



Artist: Together Pangea
Song: “Better Find Out”
Album: Bulls and Roosters

High-energy and infectious, the lead single from Together Pangea’s latest album is fun and catchy. The LA-based quartet enjoys evolving with each album they create, but still stay as true to themselves as they possibly can.


Artist: Beckett
Song: “Butterflies” feat. Claire Ridgely
Album: Single

Supported by up-and-coming Montreal singer Claire Ridgely, Berlin producer Beckett provides retro synths, disco beats, and an 80s vibe. Ridgely’s dreamy vocals and Beckett’s vintage soul combine to create a song I want to put on repeat.


Artist: The Persian Leaps
Song: “Picture My Reaction”
Album: Single

A hypnotizing blend of indie rock and power pop, The Persian Leaps describe their latest single as a song about the intoxicating rush of emotions early on in a relationship. This is a first taste of their upcoming album, Bicycle Face, out September 22.


Artist: Nick Ferrio
Song: “Soothsayer”
Album: Soothsayer

Departing from his usual country and folk-based musical stylings, Canadian singer-songwriter Nick Ferrio took on a more 70s power-pop sound, inspired by artists like Elvis Costello and T. Rex.


Artist: Tinkerbelles
Song: “Ashtrays in Graceland”
Album: Confetti at the Bottom

This Chicago noise-pop duo recently released their debut LP and have solidified their unique musical brand. They blend post-punk, new wave, 60s psych, and modern pop all into one cohesive sound.


Let us know what you think!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.