A Weekly Guide To Your New Obsession: Superhumanoids, Nicole Miglis, and Tall Tall Trees

By Sarah Besnard and Lee Cahill

Artist: Superhumanoids
Label: Unsigned
From: Los Angeles, CA
Sounds like: New Wave/Dreampop
Reason to listen: Supermanhoids are touring with for Cold War Kids in the US this spring, catch them with Active Child and Balam Acab at the Bowery or at Mercury Lounge in May
5/10: New York City (Bowery Ballroom)
5/11: New York City (Mercury Lounge)
More: http://superhumanoids.com/
Listen: “Geri”

album coverArtist: Nicole Miglis
From: Gainesville, Florida
Label: Unsigned
Sounds like: Cute Folk
Reason to listen: Nicole has a tiny soprano voice that gains power through vocal layering and harmonies on her debut EP. The combination of her voice, strumming guitars, and violins leaves you wanting to drive through a field in a convertible with the top down in the summertime.
More: http://nicolemiglis.tumblr.com/
Listen: “Moody Bible”

Moment CoverArtist: Tall Tall Trees
From: New York, NY
Label: Unsigned
Sounds like: Folk Rock
Reason to listen: You might hear the lead singer playing a banjo with a bow on a few tracks. Also because their new album moment that you may have heard about in our video interview with the boys is out now and streaming in its entirety on bandcamp!
More: http://www.talltalltrees.com

Listen: “Highwire”

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2 Responses to A Weekly Guide To Your New Obsession: Superhumanoids, Nicole Miglis, and Tall Tall Trees

  1. Cool stuff. I think I prefer Personna by Supermanoids, I like their krautrock side.

  2. 100-Down says:

    Never heard it, I’ll check it out! x

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