New Music Monday | RINSE and IAN SWEET


Music Review Team

RINSE – “Tamaryn (Wherever I Am)”

Wherever I Am | RINSE

Wherever I Am is the EP from Australian-based artist RINSE, and it can be described as a 18-minute melodic, dream-pop album—perfect for a car ride. “Tamaryn (Wherever I Am)” is a song about falling head over heels for someone and the emotions one feels when being so smitten. It’s a smooth bop that just reminds you of the joy of falling in love. 

– Tasia Bass



IAN SWEET – “Drink the Lake”

Show Me How You Disappear | IAN SWEET

IAN SWEET’s dreamy new album Show Me How You Disappear is a sonic journey full of lush soundscapes and quiet moments, punctuated by cute, crunchy kicks. A particular earworm from the tracklast is the head-bopping “Drink the Lake.” The song starts a little bare, exposing SWEET’s vocals—“I drink the lake, it’s late I’m drunk”—and slowly fills out with guitars, drums and synths that are sure to stick in your head for a while. 

– Sarah Beltran