Age-old indie sensibilities mixed with a dash of punk attitude.
'Growing Pains & Pleasures' is a timely album about trying to find your way.
Both psychedelic and collaborative, 'Silver As It Was Before' is a wild party.
The album deftly shifts from dark paranoia and self-doubt to hope for the future.
The youthful optimism and want for adventure is undeniable.
dodie's affecting style across 'Build A Problem' is a salve to soothe widespread worries.
'Room Service' has all the ingredients to get you over a break-up and on to your next crush.
Songs like ‘Malik’ and ‘Wood Boy’ ooze sex.
There’s little more relatable than redemption.
Carpetgarden has big main character energy; not only are they narrating their life, but they also want to soundtrack yours.