Micah Damocles (Midland, MI) – Anyway, sweet lofi indie folk from the boy tears compilation number five.
Damper (San Francisco, CA) – For Those Left Behind, and Hold Dear, indie rock from the EP All We Have to Do.
Danger Inc. (Sacramento, CA) – Nope., pop punk from the EP Up & Away.
Days N Daze (Houston, TX) – Bombs Over Boston, and Shitmachine!, thrash grass from the album Songs We Recorded for Splits.
Dead Obvious (Seattle, WA) – Black Lives Matter, political punk from the album It’s Werthless..
Dehd (Chicago, IL) – Lake, indie pop from the album Water.
Dim Wit (Portland, OR) – Ms. Itnot, from the album Dim Sh!t.
Stella Donnelly (Perth, Australia) – Die, indie pop from the album Beware of the Dogs.
The Doubleclicks (Portland, OR) – Boundaries (Marzipan the Cat), and Happy Birthday, Nobody Hates You (which should definitely be as much of a staple as the classic Happy Birthday song), twee comedy folk pop from the album The Book Was Better.
Jamie Drake (Los Angeles, CA) – Make a Spark, indie folk pop from the album Everything’s Fine.
Dropper (Brooklyn, NY) – Memoirs of Working in a Bowling Alley, garage rock from the EP Dropper.
Dueto Dos Rosas (San Marcos, CA) – Cariñito de Mi Vida, harmonious Mexican folk single.
Dumb (Vancouver, Canada) – Club Nites, pop punk from the album Club Nites.
Erin Durant (New York, NY) – Rising Sun, folk americana from the EP Islands.
Ellis Dyson & The Shambles (Chapel Hill, NC) – A Dinner Party in a Cave, swing freak folk jazz from the album Greetings From Shambylvania.