Boston-based The Derevolutions are quietly earning a reputation as one of the most consistently awesome indie acts making music right now. Through an energetic blend of sample-based productions, timeless melodies, and playful vocals, they’ve created a truly distinct sound that doesn’t fall victim to trend-following or imitation. For their latest, “When The Radio’s Gone,” mastermind Brett Boucher explains, “I was trying to go for a Beatlesy/White Album vibe if it was recorded by Lee Scratch Perry or something.” Nailed it.

If you like what you hear, download their latest project here and read more about them here.