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jjoey – “Keep Close”

“Keep Close” is a track out today from jjoey, an artist based in NYC, impressing with the track “Paper Cups” last year. Touting playful guitars and suave vocals to start, “Keep Close” gears i...
 
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Meena – “God’s Free Make Me”

Can't See by Meena Out today from Manchester-based duo Meena, their Can’t See EP shows a gripping sound steeped in aspects of post-punk, shoegaze, and garage-rock. EP track “God’s Free Make Me” is ex...

 
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Astronomers of the Strange – “Slow Your Roll”

Los Angeles-based band Astronomers of the Strange impress with the new track “Slow Your Roll.” Mysterious vocals and dreamy guitars set a bouncy scene to begin, the vibes reminiscent of Wild Beasts. Organ and guitar...
 
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Griffin Novie – “Monologue”

One of many highlights throughout Griffin Novie‘s album Balcony Bliss, the jangly and melodic “Monologue” now comes with a video. The Brooklyn-based artist enlisted director Brendan McKnight for the video, whi...

 
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Bad Visuals – “So Broken”

A new track from Bad Visuals, “So Broken” touts enjoyable layers of guitar, which coverge for a shoegaze-friendly textural allure. Vocals accompany in a power-punk/pop spirit. The aesthetic meshes genres from the &#...
 
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Laurence Murray Project – “Providence”

“Providence” is a catching new track from Laurence Murray Project, channeling a bluesy, soulful vein of rock — reminding of Paul Weller. Enthusiastic guitar twangs and a pulsing key-laden backbone establish an...

 
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Marcus Piña – “Great Divide”

Marcus Piña‘s “Great Divide” is a textured rocker with shoegaze and alternative influence. The track comes from Piña’s debut solo EP, You Are the Only One Here. The artist’s vein of dreamy rock inc...
 
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Thals – “Lo2Hi”

“Lo2Hi” is a catchy rocker from Thals, seamlessly traversing from dreamy yearning to peppy hookiness. “I wanna shout it out loud,” she sings leading into the chorus, showing a lushly engaging sound with ...

 
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sweethearts – “do you love me?”

Touting a nostalgic sound reminiscent of punk-leaning ’90s alternative, “do you love me?” is a catchy new track from sweethearts. The UK-based band note influences like Pavement, Weezer, and “personal fa...
 
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Lord Sonny the Unifier – “I Love You World”

All New Information by Lord Sonny the Unifier Brooklyn-based rocker Lord Sonny the Unifier impresses with “I Love You World,” a track bursting with rock-forward charisma. Parts prog-rock, psychedelia, and power-pop,...