Posts tagged with: new york city

ASTR – “Operate”

It seems as if there will always be a place for boy/girl electro pop duos in our hearts. Following in the footsteps of so many NYC-based duos before them, ASTR...

Little Daylight – “Glitter and Gold”

Feels like it’s been a minute since I’ve posted some hands down, catchy-as-fuck pop music and what better way to bring it back than with an upcoming trio from Brooklyn?¬†Little...

Temper Trap – “Sweet Disposition”

Music comes to our lives in different ways, whether we seek it out or by happenstance, and whether or not it stays and how we view it is determined by...

The Strokes – “One Way Trigger”

For a lot of people, The Strokes coming out with a new song is a big deal in and of itself. While I’ve never been an avid listener of the...

Vera Flash – “Hustle”

It’s no secret that Electric Panda Music is a huge fan of HeavyRoc Music and their unrivaled roster of artists. Founded in New York City by B-Roc and Jpatt of...

Freelance Whales – “Locked Out”

Wispy, ethereal, soothing, transcendent – not the usually descriptors for an indie pop band, but New York City’s Freelance Whales managed to capture all of those perfectly with 2010’s Weathervanes....

Noosa – “Walk On By”

Its sort of a double-edged sword that This Is My Jam is breaking stuff to people who follow me on social networks far quicker than I can put it out...

The Knocks – “Learn To Fly”

As per our tradition of posting every song The Knocks release, there was no debate about throwin’ up “Learn To Fly” – a favorite at live shows that’s never gotten...

Emanny – “Wrong Impression (Feat. Emilio Rojas)”

Not since Frank Ocean have we featured an R&B artist on the hallowed pages of Electric Panda Music, but The Bronx’s own Emanny demands an exception. With the provocative new...

Milk Carton Kids – “New York”

Usually two guys with nothing but guitars is only a recipe for subway platforms. But this duo from Eagle Rock, California capture a sound almost long forgotten on their album,...