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The Radio Fliers – “Ladylike”

The Radio Fliers are an act out of the Bay Area that play a no-frills yet insanely fun rock centered around jangly guitars, strong songwriting, and timelessly nonchalant vocals — not too distant tonally from the likes of ...
 
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Brand New Moon – “A Movie”

London trio Brand New Moon impressed about a year back with the stunning “Icaro“, with lush bossa nova-like rhythms and Steely Dan-inspired guitar styling leading a beautiful sound. With a new album on the horizon, ...

 
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Kev Minney – “Dark Stars”

Brighton-based Kev Minney has attracted buzz for his work as a dexterous acoustic guitarist and calming vocal presence, and on new track “Dark Stars” he also shows a penchant for atmospheric beauty with heart-tuggin...
 
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Isomers – “Entropy”

ENTROPY by isomers On Vancouver-based Isomers’ new track “Entropy”, a brightly blaring synth lead works its magic over steady percussion to reveal an aspect of the hook early on. The verses, featuring more sub...

 
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Erik Kramer – “Missed the Boat”

Brooklyn-based Erik Kramer has spent much of his music career to date as a session musician and sideman (he has played bass for previously featured act Sun Cut Flat), though his first solo release Missed the Boat is a captivati...
 
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SMHERTZ – “Il Coraggio”

Quiescent Period by SMHERTZ SMHERTZ is the alias of electronic songwriter/producer Giuseppe “SMHERTZ” Caiazzo, who on new track “Il Coraggio” expertly maneuvers late-night brass with nocturnal bouts of f...

 
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Blue Movies – “Disenchantment”

Disenchantment by Blue Movies Out April 21st, Disenchantment is Blue Movies’ upcoming self-released debut album. The track “Caramel Dreams” is our first listen to it, a gorgeous effort that begins with solemn ...
 
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Sonny Pursall – “Feelin’ Feline”

Aberystwyth-based Sonny Pursall has a new album out called Bread Rolls, which merges jangly guitars, charismatic vocals, and playful lyrical themes – not too distant from the work of Mac DeMarco or Travis Bretzer – ...