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Stack delivers a mix of the most interesting new music on the web. Today's was handpicked with the help of Portals creative director Tyler Andere, longtime friend of ours and constant resource. PLAY ALL TRACKS

Lomelda - Interstate Vision

Posted by 17 sites • On Bandcamp • Also on: Spotify
Texas songwriter Hannah Read records vivid folk rock songs as Lomelda, "where memories are as alive as the moments we are living now," said Portals in a longform feature last fall. Here's the lead to her upcoming LP on Double Double Whammy.

sophie meiers ☏ - sincerely, yours (sophie meiers x nohidea)

For the past year there's been a steady and intriguing flow of self-releases coming from Colorado's Sophie Meiers. Tracks span soul, trip hop, and jazz, all with a bedroom artist's charm.

james deen - Grin feat. Ehiorobo

The Vancouver producer recently connected with velvet-voiced New Jersey singer Ehiorobo. "Deen dives deep into the melody-driven sound coming out of his city and surfaces with a candy-tweaked, uptempo pop song," says The Fader.

Jakob Ogawa - You Might Be Sleeping (w. Clairo)

Tyler notes both names here—18 year-old Boston artist Clairo and 19 year-old Olso crooner Jakob Ogawa, who just released his debut EP. Conveniently, they came together for this dream-pop duet. "Funky, bright, yet purely sweet," says Alt Citizen.
Following his 2016 EP, this Queens MC has landed on a few Artist-To-Watch lists, including Pigeons & Planes': "the project boasts mind-grabbing one-liners, hypnotic production, and brilliantly free associative lyricism."

Ten Flowers, the solo debut from Rubblebucket's Kalmia Traver as Kalbells.

Good, the sophomore LP from Melbourne guitar pop-band The Stevens.


Tyler curates Portal's monthly mixes. The most recent one features music from the aformentioned Clairo and Ehiorobo, among others.


The Guardian on how gentrification threatens America's music cities.

"When you become the hot cool city that everybody’s moving to, some of that freedom can get pushed out."

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