Filip’s Quick Single Picks: Stevie Zita, Conflict at Serenity Pool, Bluhm, vireo, Mountain Babes, Eyedress, Blue Sirens, FRMR

Stevie Zita – Fadeaway

Once again bringing up Stevie Zita and his chill dreamy songs. His songs are so easy to listen to and pretty universal. You can enjoy it during work, on Saturday evening, with friends. Just a universally likable song. You can find more on Spotify.

Conflict at Serenity Pools – Other Love

A little bit heavier, fast-paced track. I would call it post-pop-punk-shogaze. Catchy a little bit dreamy melody. This can pump you up a little bit when you need some energy boost. Sometimes we all need it. You can find more music on Spotify.

Bluhm – Everything

This artist has zero listeners on Spotify. I have never seen anything as fresh as this. Fresh lo-fi indie rock. “Everything is the debut single from Bluhm. The song was written, recorded, and produced by couple Claire Bluhm and John Marion, in the home studio of the house they share together in the suburbs of Detroit, MI.” Do you need to read more to give this a try? You can follow the artist on Spotify.

vireo – Breathers

We have shared vireo’s music before and here is an intro to recent one: “‘The third single off of Vireo’s Moss Longing, “Breathers”, provides a bop-along rhythm and a crescendoing instrumentation full of floor, tom drums, acoustic and electric guitars, trumpet, piano, and, yes, even a scream.” It reminds me a little bit of Animal Collective music, which I loved in past very much. You can find more music on Spotify.

Mountain Babes – Down

In my previous recommendations, I was rumbling that I really like female musicians, and this indie rock track is no exception. Gentle, melancholic melody with beautiful vocals. A perfect combination. Excited to hear more in the future. You can follow the artist on Spotify.


Another single from my favorite Eyedress, No need for introduction. Just listen. I am really excited to listen to the full album when it will be finally out. You can find more music on Bandcamp.

Blue Sirens – Red and Blue

I have to quote the description of this song: “Scrolling through instagram I found inspiration from pixel artwork. I later heard a lo-fi version of the Pokémon theme. I dug into these themes by using a bit crusher on the pianos to give a nostalgic video game feel. Being inspired by Pokemon I named the song Red and Blue after the first two Pokémon games. I used a recording of birds as Pokemon for me is all about exploring the outdoors. Just as video games take us to a different place Red and Blue can transport listeners to calmer place.” I sometimes love to listen to instrumental lo-fi hip hop, but this gives it more context. Loving it. You can find more music on Bandcamp.

FRMR – Inver

Farmer is a songwriter, poet, and verser from Desertmartin, Northern Ireland.” To be honest, I do not know many artists from Northern Ireland, so if I found one, I am pretty excited. I always love to discover new artists from new places. This indie folk track is really powerful and I have been enjoying it pretty much, If you are a fan of early Bon Iver, you will too. You can find more music on Spotify.