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Nick Raven – “Nineteen Fifty Three”

“Nineteen Fifty Three”, the new single from New Zealand-based Nick Raven, combines glistening post-punk and nocturnal alternative-pop for an entrancing effect. The gentle guitar twangs and wispy synth-pad washes rem...
 
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Graphics on Televisions – “Drawing Game”

Influenced largely by “jazz and ’80s video games”, Graphics on Televisions provide a mixture of nostalgia and funky suaveness throughout their new album Pun. The duo is presently based in Tokyo, an apt locatio...

 
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Juliette Jules – “Johnny Was”

Parisian singer/songwriter Juliette Jules sounds like a star in the making. She delivers a generally dark and moody vein of pop led by acoustics and keys, but one that is immediately accessible and ripe with hooks. Her new rele...
 
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Likers – “Kamikaze Hearts”

Men of Honor by Likers Philadelphia quartet Likers produces a fierce vein of power-pop with a lively punk-rock edge. Their 6-song debut, Men of Honor, is an exciting release that flaunts a stunner from the get-go. Opener “...

 
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Miles Wick – “In My Town and Your Town Too”

Miles Wick stirs up haunting beauty within his music, often led by a caressing acoustic guitar — but with many other elements too, such as the playful mbira on the excellent “In My Town and Your Town Too”, a h...
 
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Speaker In Reverse – “Holy Girl”

San Diego-based indie-pop project Speaker In Reverse delivers a smoothly infectious sound on “Holy Girl”. The track offers several memorable moments in its 3+ minutes, occurring often when the twangy pedal steel pro...

 
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Canopies – “Getting Older”

Synth-rockers Canopies released another great track, “Getting Older”, this morning. Along with the excellent, previously-featured “Miss You Now“, it provides a glimpse at their upcoming full-length, out ...
 
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Halcyon – “Won’t Cry Tonight”

Based out of London, Canada, synth-pop project Halcyon utilizes shimmering guitars, swaying synth pads, and powerful vocals to make for a uniquely powerful listening experience. The vocals, while very unique, do bring up severa...