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Arcade Velocity is an industrial-tinged electronic-pop project, whose new track “November Drive” recalls Depeche Mode’s ability to juggle twinkling synth work with darker-set atmospheric and vocal tones. The p...

 
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Danophone – “Frightened For”

 
December 14, 2016
 



Rollicking acoustics, natural hand percussion, and approachable vocals comprise a very welcoming arsenal throughout Danophone’s new album Rerun, led off by highlight “Frightened For”. Danphone, the musical sid...

 
 
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“Squatter’s Rights” alternates between fuzzy goodness and crisp guitar trickles, all as Michael Turzilli’s gravelly vocals project a similarly captivating presence to that of The National’s Matt Be...

 
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Suave brass spurts and a psych-friendly rhythm section kick off the stylistically captivating “Hey Banana” in quality form, with the newest track from Stoop Kids continuing to showcase their eclectic appeal (we̵...

 
 
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Seeing Hands – “It’s True”

 
December 6, 2016
 



Following the substantial success of debut single “I Knew You” (250k+ Spotify plays over three months), Newcastle-based dream-pop act Seeing Hands has followed it up with “It’s True”, a more shimme...

 
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Based out of Los Angeles, neo-psych-rock quintet Turquoise Noise just released their debut full-length this past Friday, featuring a variety of notable cuts. Starting with the group’s first single, “Wasting All My T...

 
 
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Cody Crump – “Seventeen”

 
December 6, 2016
 



“Seventeen” is an endearing track of enduring love from Cody Crump, a rising singer/songwriter from Los Angeles who reminds partly of Elliott Smith’s breath-y vocals, Bright Eyes’ emotive acoustical esca...

 
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Patrick Joseph – “Sorry”

 
December 6, 2016
 



With a touching glistening piano and touches of strings, “Sorry” is a striking effort from Patrick Joseph, who showed his more rock-leaning side on “Setting Sun” last year. The angelic female backing voc...