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Remnose – “Cures, Diseases”

“Cures, Diseases” touts a twangy beauty further enforced by a rousing vocal presence, leading a great track from Detroit-based indie-folk/rock band Remnose. The little smatterings of keys throughout add beautifully,...
 
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Funeral For Bird – “Set Fast”

Set Fast by Funeral For Bird Funeral For Bird are a band from South East London, whose new track “Set Fast” is a stirring folk effort that evolves from mellow vocal duet into an invigorating feel aided by brass ling...

 
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Premiere: Max Subar – “Just Another One”

The beautiful track “Just Another One” is one we’re happy to premiere. Coming via singer/songwriter Max Subar, “Just Another One” shows a mellow though melodic sound, one aesthetically reminiscent ...
 
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Iuliano – “Help Me”

Hidden Roots by Iuliano Iuliano’s new EP, Hidden Roots, released recently and continues the strong showings from the Italian-born musician so far. Featured last year, “Who Knows” is an excellent track that ope...

 
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La Dante – “Gambling Man (Time to Walk Away)”

Touting consuming folk-led vibes reminiscent of Damien Jurado, “Gambling Man (Time to Walk Away)” is a beautiful new track from Philadelphia-based solo artist Maxwell Perla (La Dante). A companion to his first singl...
 
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Mere Child – “Cold Light of Day”

The music of Aimee Herbert-Smith has stirred me for over a year now, with her Morning Myth project – alongside guitarist Ross King – showing a Mazzy Star-esque allure and glowing elements of dream-pop. Her latest pr...

 
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Premiere: Henri Bardot – “Scrub”

It’s a pleasure to premiere “Scrub,” the newest track from Henri Bardot. Previously impressing with the dreamy folk effort “Figurine,” Bardot again shows his chops as a songwriter and creator of co...
 
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Carl Schilde – “Top 40”

“Top 40” is a beautiful new track from Carl Schilde, an artist from West Berlin and presently based in Toronto. Per Schilde, the track “was inspired by a disappointing experience in LA, feeling out of place an...

 
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The Broadest Blue – “Oh, Love”

“Oh, Love” is an emotive and yearning new track from The Broadest Blue, the project of Kurt Juergens, who impressed in 2017 with the track “Run For My Life.” A ghostly piano presence is constant througho...
 
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pär – “The God I Knew Is Dead”

pär (Pär Hagström) is a musician and producer based in Gothenburg, Sweden, producing an ethereal vein of folk with ambient qualities. “The God I Knew Is Dead” is a moving new track from pär, evolving from beautiful ...