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Billy Momo – “Frozen City”

Formed in 2007, in a cabin in the Swedish outbacks, Billy Momo are a band that show infectious appeal on new track “Frozen City.” The track succeeds in two parts; concisely effective verses tout a catchy, bluesy pas...
 
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Hallam London – “Run for Your Life”

Released today, “Run for Your Life” is an anti-homophobia synth-rocker from Hallam London, an artist who impressed in 2016 with the track “To the Sky.” Hallam’s anthemic vocal presence is evident f...

 
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Souvenir Driver – “Haze”

“Haze” is the opening track off Souvenir Driver’s new album A Dangerous Crossing. The track develops with mysterious, spacious beauty — growing considerably from a spacious beginning featuring western-y ...
 
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The National Debt – “Capable”

The National Debt’s eponymous debut album impresses with its eclectic reach, ranging from the electro-funk of “Spread the Gap” to lush folk-laden builder “Dead End Everything” and Morrissey-esque c...

 
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ZOMOZ – “Hachooom!”

Tropical guitar tones and the sound of trickling water immediately make the aesthetic of “Hachooom!” fit for the sunshine. The latest track from Japanese act ZOMOZ, who released their first EP, Animacy on April 26th...
 
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Black Hole Bears – “Under the Moon”

“Under the Moon” is a highlight off Black Hole Bears’ eponymous debut EP. The Denton, TX quartet feature dreamy guitar tones and soaring vocals on the track. The “under the moon,” vocal hook at the...

 
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Old Flame – “Young & In Debt”

Rising quickly in the Western Massachusetts DIY scene since forming in 2017, Old Flame recently released their debut full-length album, Young & In Debt. Throughout the release, Old Flame exhibit excellent production, parti...
 
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Dawn Chorus – “Religious Music” + “Crutch”

Dawn Chorus produce a spacious, emotional vein of rock that succeeds wonderfully throughout their new EP Fore Sore Eyes, released last week. Formed in 2018 by members with extensive experience in various bands and music composi...

 
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CS Hellmann – “Delroy (Where Did You Go)”

East Nashville musician CS Hellmann impresses with instrumental rock track “Delroy (Where Did You Go),” which shows a fondness for ’60s rock and pop with the suave guitar twangs and swirling organs. “My ...
 
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JW Francis – “Too Fast”

“Too Fast” is barely over a minute-and-a-half long, though does well in that time to establish a suave, moody rock aesthetic with vintage yearning from JW Francis, a 25-year-old singer/songwriter born in Tulsa, Okla...