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Ronjo V – “Dying Wish”

 
April 7, 2016
 



Ronjo V is the Austin-based duo of Ryan Joseph and Keith Morgan, tactful surveyors of contemporary psych-rock – the sort that’s persistently melodic and colorful, without getting swept in the over-indulgent tendenci...

 
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If their half-parenthetical band name didn’t give it away, Weird Pennies (Of Raleigh) are slightly off-kilter. The synth lines that kick off “Permanently Brand New” add a quirky juxtaposition to the booming dr...

 
 
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With “Kill Me”, Fred Colombo conjures up a nocturnal and emotional synth-pop sound, with a stirring build-up and spoken-word verse/melodic chorus structure reminiscent of Pet Shop Boys. The vocal approach reminds of...

 
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Ian Aware – “Window”

 
April 5, 2016
 



Hazy psych-addled layers of guitar combine with a lush swelling rhythmic backing to craft a very enticing intro for Ian Aware’s “Window”, a fun track propelled even further by the fun and melodic guitar solo c...

 
 
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“The End of the World With You” begins spaciously — with a stirring orchestra of sorts, and a swelling series of horns that reflect a rising sun (at least in my mind). Sam Strawbridge’s lyrics – wh...

 
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After moving from Russia to Toronto when he was 12, psych-rocker Galkin began diving headfirst into writing and producing music on his own. “Waiting in the Wings”, from his debut Chagrin Seasons, combines the singer...

 
 
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“Night Marchers” was Rob Reinfurt’s introduction to avant-groove group Medeski, Martin and Wood, a project that has ultimately influenced Reinfurt’s approach to music as a songwriter in a profound way. T...

 
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Port of Est – “Clash”

 
April 5, 2016
 



Port of Est impressed a few months back with their Valentines Day single, a consuming dark electro-pop track with hints of The Knife and Massive Attack. Hannah Tarkinson’s melodically precise vocals floateded in ethereal form o...