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goldwash
goldwash
goldwash

“Waited Too Long” is a funk-tinged gem from Goldwash whose melodic build-up and hypnotic allure is reminiscent of Toro y Moi and James Blake. Minimalist percussion and warbly synths lead toward an effervescent erupt...

 
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gumshen music
gumshen music
gumshen music

DigiBites by Gumshen A year ago, Gumshen’s track “Bell Ringer” alerted me to the Seattle-based group’s eclectic reach; the seven-minute epic traversed everywhere from psych-rock in the vein of Pink Floyd...

 
 
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shmohawk music
shmohawk music
shmohawk music

Shmohawk by Shmohawk When I stumbled across Shmohawk a little over a year ago, the group’s sky-high potential was very evident. For some songwriters, churning out devastatingly catchy and memorable hooks is like second na...

 
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the separators music
the separators music
the separators music

Crisp-clean production and a predictably fun structure help guide “Shooting Star”, which introduces a fantastic chorus around 01:20 that touts The Separators’ overall sound and potential — with a stylist...

 
 
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hollywood principle music
hollywood principle music
hollywood principle music

“Seeing What’s Next”, the newest track from San Diego-based electronic group Hollywood Principle, brings back the darkly aquatic feel of previous success “Breathing Underwater“, but with a more neo...

 
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ninth floor mannequin
ninth floor mannequin
ninth floor mannequin

“Absences” is a stellar track from Ninth Floor Mannequin that features crisp guitars and a bustling post-punk bass line beautifully complementing the hazy vocals throughout. I’m particularly fond of the bridge...

 
 
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vigilance committee
vigilance committee
vigilance committee

Long Island-based quartet The Vigilance Committee shows their impressive ability to alternate between trickling melodic power-pop and dexterously forceful math/prog-rock throughout “Set the Pacific On Fire”, the fir...

 
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clast music
clast music
clast music

Tell Me A Story by Clast Clast, a trio from Sacramento and Oklahoma City, showcase a strikingly intoxicating sound throughout their enjoyable track “Know You Know Me”. The clashing of darkly industrial instrumentati...