You can almost feel the autumn air and the crinkle of dry leaves under your feet, and what better way to transition into a new season than with new music?  On that front, Obsessed Magazine has totally got you covered with a few new tracks to add to your late summer listening list.

Safe Things by Zulu Pearls

The Berlin duo, Zulu Pearls, offers a power beat and simple sentiments that make “Safe Things” a tasteful relax jam. The bright guitar reminds us why surf music is so celebrated and how even the calmest of souls may not “want the safe things.”

Why I Had to Go by Bishop Allen

Bishop Allen has not released an album in 5 years, and “Lights Out” was well worth the wait (you can listen to the album in its entirety on NPR). “Why I Had To Go” was my absolute favorite track. Lyrically, it is a sweet parting song with fleeting under beats that dance around keyboard and a slow guitar riff. Listen, listen, listen.

A Place Called Space by The Juan Maclean

Grab a bottle of champagne and your best friend and show everyone what you are really made of on the dance floor.  EDM is at it’s finest with The Juan Maclean‘s” A Space Called Space.” And with the anticipated release of “In A Dream,” due through DFA Records on September 16, we couldn’t be more excited.

Faust by I Love You But I’ve Chosen Darkness

Channeling a haunting appeal with heavy guitar and deep vocals, “Faust,” off I Love You But I’ve Chosen Darkness’s new album “Dust,” can easily be imagined as the back drop for the latest vampire flick. The new album, to be released by record label Secretly Canadian, will drop on October 26 – just in time for Halloween.