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patchwork guilt
patchwork guilt
patchwork guilt

Gentle in its melodic trickling as it may be, “Gold Books” has a powerful ethereal quality that will sound somewhat familiar to fans of Kate Bush, forcefully infectious but never departing a sort of purple-tinged en...

 
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janes party
janes party
janes party

Already opening for acts like Manic Street Preachers, Tom Odell, and the Maccabees, Toronto-based quartet Jane’s Party have found quick success as a quickly enjoyable rock outfit with a Brit-pop touch. Delightfully catchy...

 
 
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mons vi cream1
mons vi cream1
mons vi cream1

Mons Vi are already off to a great 2016, with their Self Help EP – and tracks like “Falling” – showcasing the Brooklyn trio as fast-rising indie-rock gems. Groups like Real Estate came to mind on a compa...

 
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trouble in the wind
trouble in the wind
trouble in the wind

“Fire Away” delivers a soaring beauty of a sound, with a western-y twang and alternative-folk fervor that reminds me fondly of Matthew Sweet and Camera Obscura. “I wanna love you strong like a cowboy junkie so...

 
 
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spine of man
spine of man
spine of man

Spine of Man is a power-pop trio from Copenhagen, Denmark, with multiple influences within the same realm showing between verse and chorus; while the verse resonates with the melancholic jangle-pop of The Smiths, the chorus lun...

 
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icaro
icaro
icaro

“Icaro”, from London trio Brand New Moon, pursues an invitingly exotic route from the get-go, with the sound of bird chirping leading into lush bossa nova-like rhythms and Steely Dan-inspired guitar stylings. The lu...

 
 
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scandinavian summer
scandinavian summer
scandinavian summer

“Scandinavian Summer” was written by Scandinavian duo My Empire Of Sound in the Swedish highlands; the natural beauty of that setting has seeped into their music as well. Delicate pianos and vocals from frontwoman S...

 
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maison hall
maison hall
maison hall

As any great song is liable to do, “You Dropped Your Keys”, from Brisbane music collective Maison Hall, forces you to listen more than once to grasp everything that’s going on. And between the poetic lyrics, h...