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Soft Cheese – “Bad News”

Touting consuming production with haunting vocals and echoing, nostalgic guitars, “Bad News” captures a feeling reminiscent of ’90s grunge and alternative. Portland, OR act Soft Cheese kick off their newly rel...
 
Rock
 

Love Crumbs – “Cavalcades”

Trudging guitar jangles and a valiant vocal lead ignite Love Crumbs‘ new track “Cavalcades”. While the verses chug along with a meditative calmness, the chorus cathartically erupts like a soaring spring of hop...

 
Lo-Fi Pop/Rock
 

Scotty Malcolm – “Mirror Man”

“Mirror Man” is a fun track from Scotty Malcolm, a Houston-based artist. The topic of vanity is explored amidst peppy, garage-friendly guitars and wordless backing vocal enthusiasm. The track’s inspiration, wh...
 
Rock
 

Ted Tyro – “Ladder”

Finding a comfortable meeting place between peppy garage-rock and psych-pop whimsy, “Ladder” is a new track from Ted Tyro, a band from Louisville, Kentucky. The interacting guitar lines remind me fondly of Field Mus...

 
Rock
 

The Retrospecter – “Dismantled”

“Dismantled” is a riveting track from The Retrospecter, the project of Cody Harris. Synth flashes and a chugging bass line accompany suave vocals to start. An infectious chorus follows, with guitars and synths inter...
 
Pop
 

Josie Lockhart – “One Second to Midnight”

With a hook lovably reminiscent of The Cure’s peppier efforts, “One Second to Midnight” is new track from Josie Lockhart. The second single from the Austin-based artist, following “Like Lightning,”...

 
Rock
 

Jane Astronaut – “Bugs”

“Bugs” is a soaring success from Jane Astronaut, the project of songwriter Billy Azurdia. The Inglewood-based artist shows a stirring sound with commendable tonal shifts, from spacious synth-laden moments to roaring...
 
Rock
 

Adjective Animal – “Everybody Hide”

A recent track from Adjective Animal, the solo project of Jon Birkholz, “Everybody Hide” allures with a melodic vocal lead and hazy guitars. Its chorus — “hide in your hobbies,” — reflects th...

 
Rock
 

The Amber Bugs – “Rat Vs Mole”

Featuring a stylistically eclectic rock sound full of twists, “Rat Vs Mole” is a burst of energy from London-based quintet The Amber Bugs. The vocals relay an excitement prevalent in ska and punk. Aesthetically invi...
 
Rock
 

The Silver Bars – “The Sunshine Lounge”

A captivating rocker with escalating, hooky appeal, “The Sunshine Lounge” is a quality showing from The Silver Bars, originally from North West England. “The Sunshine Lounge” marks the band’s first...