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Dino Belli – “Suicide Pact”

“Suicide Pact” shows a rousing folk sound that expands with vigor. Clap-laden percussion and dramatic backing strings are among its numerous points of growth. Dino Belli’s vocals resemble a cross of Andrew Bir...
 
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Sunday Face – “Start Anew”

The brilliant, emotive “Start Anew” is the stunning debut release from Sunday Face. The track reflects on a tumultuous 2019 from frontwoman Leah Gutman, who shows a haunting vocal delivery that reminds tonally of a ...

 
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Magical Beasts – “Darling”

Chicago-based act Magical Beasts show a touchingly serene folk sound on new 6-song release Yes, My Love, I Am Reaching. The band describes the album as “full of love songs and devotional music.” Evident of that is t...
 
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Robi Mitch – “Our Year”

Robi Mitch’s debut EP Our Year is an excellent listen, integrating ’70s psych-pop and rock influence alongside a singer/songwriter intimacy, while also touching on “the breezy indie pop of Taiwan, where Robi p...

 
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Richard Jones – “Strength to Let You Go”

“Strength to Let You Go” is a consuming piece of songwriting from Richard Jones, an unsigned Welsh singer/songwriter based in Bordeaux, France. Jones’ vocal tone, at its dramatic peaks, resembles Thom Yorke...
 
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Common Jack – “I Don’t Mind”

Releasing today, “I Don’t Mind” is a meditative folk-pop gem from Common Jack. Pursuing the theme of “letting go of living your life for external validation,” the track is immediately engaging. Eth...

 
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Julia Anrather – “Opening”

Julia Anrather’s new track “Opening” is a beautiful folk effort, highlighting the NYC native’s ethereal vocal presence and knack for interesting melodic progressions. Following her first EP, Quentin, in ...
 
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Daneshevskaya – “Scrooge”

“Scrooge” is a beautiful track from Brooklyn-based artist Daneshevskaya. Touting a glistening folk-forward sound, Daneshevskaya’s endearing vocal presence plays with ethereal charm alongside the stirring acous...

 
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The Criticals – “Got No Love”

The Criticals’ latest track is “Got No Love,” a throwback folk success with psych-friendly qualities. Per the band, they “recorded the song live after writing it one hour previous in high summer in a non...
 
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Charles A. Lewis – “Keep It Light”

The serene “Keep It Light” is exemplary of Charles A. Lewis’ laid-back sound, channeling aspects of jangle-pop, folk, and rock. Fluttering acoustics and a jangly lead guitar work around Lewis’ airy vocal...