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“City Nights” is a striking stylistic excursion into neon-tinged funk and pop, with a slow disco-like sorta feel in its playful bass line and “all those city nights” vocal hook. The lead vocals enter sea...

 
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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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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 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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“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 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”, 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” 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...