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Departure – “Fresco, parce”

Its vibrant production gorgeously infusing playful synths, tender guitars, and eclectic brass tones, “Fresco, parce” is a stylish single from London-based artist Departure. “Fresco, parce” excites from t...
 
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Fabels – “Minds”

A thought-provoking release spanning from the unsettling to lushly engrossing, Minds is a new album from Fabels, a duo based in Sydney, Australia. The album’s self-titled track, whose music video is above, echoes the beau...

 
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Step into the Kitchen – ‘Soups and Starters’

The hypnotic, grooving Soups and Starters is an enthralling EP from Step into the Kitchen, a band from Portland, OR. A psychedelic fervency surrounds brassy soul and haunting guitar jangles throughout the release, accompanied b...
 
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DAAY – “Golden Tree”

“Golden Tree” is a gripping track released today from DAAY, a London-based 6-piece led by Alex Barty-King. The band’s powerful sound is on full display, with an escalating rock feel joined by jazz-influenced p...

 
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Frozen Inertia – “What Is This?”

Frozen Inertia present genre-defying experimentation throughout their new album After the Circus. Based in Oakland, California and Akron, Ohio, the project features Timothy Graves (guitar, bass, synths, vocals), Brad Palmer (dr...
 
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Rock of Asia – “Lal Dhaga”

“Lal Dhaga” showcases the merging of traditional Japanese folk elements with rock music, exemplary of the eclectic approach from Rock of Asia. The Japanese project is fronted by musician Nikki Matsumoto, who spent 1...

 
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Lazy Scorsese – “Medicine Man 2.0”

Minneapolis-based band Lazy Scorsese unveil a funky, synth-tinged sound with psychedelic intrigue throughout their track “Medicine Man 2.0.” The release is a spin on a previously released track, from 2016, “up...
 
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George Gritzbach – “Sweet Misery”

Tender blues guitars and sweltering organ lead on “Sweet Misery,” a memorable track from George Gritzbach, off his sixth studio release, Full Circle. The blues artist touts a suave confidence throughout, the collect...

 
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Andrew Robertson – “Steve Jobs Song”

The first single from Andrew Robertson‘s forthcoming debut album, “Steve Jobs Song” is an impressive saxophone-propelled work with nostalgic charm, reminding at points of Squeeze and The Psychedelic Furs. Enth...
 
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Delta Will – “Any Body”

A track from Delta Will‘s upcoming LP, Multitudes III, “Any Body” is a stirring effort with striking vocals and structural expansion. The initial vocal presence is one of suave retrospection, nicely aligning w...