Lo-Fi Showcase Ft. Flowerbed, Helenor, Sean the Turtle


Flowerbed brings us some intensely lush dream-pop all the way from the artistic haven of Denton, Texas.

The track we’re featuring today is a lo-fi slow dance through an eclectic mirage of oldLevi’s, twisted afternoons, and a warm, densely vegetated forest.

When one thinks of quintessential lo-if indie rock — Flowerbed may just be that sound that seems to float effortlessly through the cosmic waves of the universe, and into the inner regions of your mind.

It’s almost like a disease.

And now, without further ado, here is “Daisy” — a waxing slow burner off Flowerbed’s latest album. Enjoy.


Helenor is the musical moniker of Boston-based visual artist, David DiAngelis.

His latest single “Wasteful” is the fourth and final single off Helenor’s upcoming debut LP — something twice. The album was written and recorded at home.

“This song is about throwing away food. More so, it’s about not fully appreciating the people or things around you.” — Helenor

The album something twice will be released on 8/30/19. And the limited edition vinyl is now available for pre-sale! Get yours now.

Sean the Turtle

Sean the Turtle is the new lo-fi project of Sean Lutz, founder of Southern California-based — kitchenromance.

The jam is a radical portrait of faded days, and lonely nights. A medley of guitars drenched in reverb, and beautiful sunsets that seem to melt into the sea.

As the day turns to night — light one up, and burn one down to the infectious vibrations of Sean the Turtle. You’ll be sad you missed it.


Published by

Charles Johnson

Independent journalist from Far West Texas.