TO INTRODUCE, INFORM, INTERACT, AND INSTIGATE...IDEAS
1. Excerpt from The White Feathered Octopus by Jason Robert Bell
2. On the Day Pat Quinn Told Me Not to Leave My House by Amy David
3. You Continue To List Each Thing I Do And One By One I Stop Doing Them by James Tadd Adcox
4. The Traveling Salesman Problem by Brad Rose
1. My Boyfriend Lives in the Tree in Front of My House by Nancy Stohlman
2. Kodak Carousel 850 by Shelby Hinte
3. Prompted by Danny Earl Simmons
4. Tinder by Brian Kubarycz
5. An Exigency by C.E. Garrett
1. Preparing to Use a Fork by Laura Musselman
2. Sometimes I imagine us living, loving each other, and dying horribly in all those past lives we shared by Marco Sparks
3. Survivors by Michael Gutierrez
4. Pilgrimage (Southern Weft) by Jacob Steinberg
5. Five Stories from Matt Rowan
1. Baby Alpaca: Haunting new melody from this New York trio. Listen to: Sea of Dreams
2. Expensive Looks: Beautifully chilled electro-pop from this New York producer, Northern Winds EP coming early May. Listen to: Ansel
3. Grant Olney: He's back with a Sophomore album coming in July. Listen to: "Not From Body"
1. Two Charming Men: This is an Irish duo making classic house beats. Listen to: "Lemons"
2. Wise Blood: Pittsburgh's Christopher Laufman is finally ready to release his debut album "id" coming via Dovecote in June. Listen to: "Rat"
3. Videodreams: Indie pop for Italy. Listen to: "Can't Be Wrong Now"
1. Jesse Ruins: Wonderfully distant '80's sound on the new track from this Tokyo band. Listen to: Laura Is Fading
2. Nadine Shah: A beautiful sadness. Listen to: Dreary Town
3. The Tablets: Dreamy electro-pop from Cuba-via-Brooklyn. Listen to: Tablets
1. Yola Fatoush: Electronic art-pop is how this insane sound is being described. Listen to: Vibrant
2. Dead Gaze: Debut album coming out via Fat Cat this May. Listen to: I Found The Ending
3. Haerts: This NY band just released a remix of their track "Wings" remixed by Wildcat! Wildcat!. Stream it here.
1. Coma: EDM duo from Cologne channels New Order is the very best way. Listen to: My Orbit
2. Heavy Hawaii: A twisted childhood nightmare in song form. Listen to: Washing Machine
3. Paperhaus: DC-based indie pop with a catchy hook. Listen to: Helicopters