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Above are the most memorable tracks featured throughout February 2017, streaming on both Spotify and Soundcloud. Some tracks may be missing from the Spotify playlist, since not every track is available there (unlike Soundcloud)...

 
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San Francisco-based rockers Distant Mountains impressed this past year with “Liquid Doubt”, a beauty with an ’80s tinge reminiscent of Echo & the Bunnymen. Their captivating atmospheric presence is once a...

 
 
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Memoryy – “Turn It Up”

 
March 2, 2017
 



Off his upcoming album Skeletons, out March 31st, “Turn It Up” is an extremely fun synth-popper with a distinctive ’80s charm. It has that sort of lovable cheese you’d expect out of a tune at a neon-lit ...

 
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Simen Mitlid’s upcoming album has been preceded by three singles, the first being “Vacation” and the most recent “I Don’t Care”, released on February 24th. The singer/songwriter from Oslo, No...

 
 
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Lusterlit – “Ceremony”

 
March 2, 2017
 



Lusterlit is an emerging duo comprised of Susan Hwang and Charlie Nieland, previously of the group Her Vanished Grace. They’re both part of¬†Bushwick Book Club, “a rotating group of songwriters and performers of all ...

 
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Logwitch is an interesting act based out of Edmonds, Washington, who spans numerous genres to find his own niche within EDM. His new album, Trail of the Contortionist, “melodically tells a Lovecraftian tale filled with am...

 
 
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“Less Myself” is a haunting stunner from Sister Socrates, a four-piece out of Melbourne. A ghostly backing croon permeates throughout the track’s majority, with bustling acoustics and a crawling bass line help...

 
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LeyeT – “Don’t Make Me Cry”

 
February 28, 2017
 



“Don’t Make Me Cry” is a smashing debut from LeyeT (pronounced “light”), her first release. Crisp percussive pops and a lush guitar lines complement soaring vocals, during a verse that’s subd...