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FayRoy – “Stuck in the Yard”

Oh no, oh man by FayRoy “Stuck in the Yard” is the closing track on FayRoy’s new album Oh no, oh man, released this past Friday. Based out of Indian Rocks Beach, Florida, the act comprises members influenced b...
 
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Breakers – “Figure to Ground”

Rewrite by Breakers On their new album Rewrite, Breakers show a hook-y sound influenced by New York indie-rock in the vein of The Strokes, with shades of Interpol’s rhythmic post-punk fervor. “Figure to Ground”...

 
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Asian Fred – ‘Super No. 1’ EP

Super No. 1 is a great new indie-rock EP from Asian Fred, one of the most consistent releases in the rock genre this far. Fred Huang’s project – which incorporates a timeless rock feel with hook-y songwriting, a la ...
 
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The Colonies – “Her Hands Are So Cold”

? Washington, D.C. indie-rock act The Colonies impress again with “Her Hands Are So Cold”, released this summer alongside the previously featured “Bound to Be Something Good“. This track’s “q...

 
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Premiere: Will McBride Group – “Karma”

Bustling with a vibrant, funk-forward feel, “Karma” is a consuming new track from Will McBride Group that we’re happy to premiere. Suave vocal layers of “take the high road,” traverse alongside mul...
 
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Harvie June – “Hourglass”

The outstanding “Hourglass” is a newly released track from Harvie June, a 23-year-old songwriter/multi-instrumentalist producer based in Richmond, Virginia. Harvie handles all instrumentation, writing, vocals, and p...

 
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Premiere: Jibberish – “Meantime (Mono Mix)”

Jibberish are a trio of longtime friends from Texas, churning out a harmonious sound on debut EP Meantime. Ahead of the EP’s release in two weeks, we’re happy to premiere its self-titled track. As evidenced on ̶...
 
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Premiere: Stray Fossa – “Sleeper Strip”

Sleeper Strip by Stray Fossa Crafting their own take on garage-pop and indie-rock, Charlottesville, VA act Stray Fossa have a debut EP out called Sleeper Strip. Its three tracks showcase a nocturnal vein of rock with strong mel...

 
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Barry Bays – “Water Your Plant”

Melbourne artist Barry Bays shows a shimmering, sun-shining sound on new track “Water Your Plant”. The artist’s debut pop/rock single impresses with elements of surf, neo-country, and psych-pop, his jangly gui...
 
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Continua – “The Darkest City”

“The Darkest City” is a moving rocker from Continua, the project of previously featured Bishop Battle and Floridan bassist Brian Buckalew. After some collaboration in the summer of 2006, the two went their separate ...