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Garbanotas – “Hey Love”

Lithuanian rock group Garbanotas present a shifty psych-rocker with the consuming track “Hey Love.” Hazy, elongated guitar tones set a contemplative beginning. Dreamy vocals accompany, fittingly. From there, the tra...
 
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The Customers – “Lust Field”

A hooky rocker, “Lust Field” is a new track from The Customers, a band based in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Off The Customers’ self-titled EP, “Lust Field” drives to a wholly memorable chorus with...

 
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Hux Flux – “Don’t Wanna”

Swedish rockers Hux Flux exhilarate throughout the track “Don’t Wanna,” wasting no time with blistering guitars into the intro. Suave vocals creep inward thereafter, exuding a glam-friendly vibe reminiscent of...
 
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Family Cash – “Only For An Hour”

“Only For An Hour” is a soaring rocker from Los Angeles quartet Family Cash, reminding at points of early My Morning Jacket. Following an active intro, the initial verses show a more understated elegance, rising dur...

 
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Pale Moon – “Strange Days”

A track released today from Pale Moon, “Strange Days” is described by the duo as “our most upbeat tune so far.” Twangy guitars mesh with excitable bursts of synths, as Nata’s vocals exude a playful...
 
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Robert Vendetta – “All By My Handsome Self”

A track released this week from Norwegian artist Robert Vendetta, “All By My Handsome Self” struts a hooky rock and retro-pop sound, thematically exploring a crumbling relationship. Bouncy pianos glide into a forlor...

 
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Lone Wild – “The Dirties”

Strutting a charismatic, peppy vein of rock, “The Dirties” is a track released today from Lone Wild. The Nashville-based act showed a soaring vein of synth-tinged rock with previously featured tracks “Savages&...
 
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Hotspit – “Epitaph” + “CC”

Crafting an unfolding sound with dreamy rock and folk elements, Hotspit are a band from Richmond, Virginia. Their new EP, CC, consumes with an assortment of strong songwriting, led by hypnotic vocal work and textured guitars. &...

 
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Jason Rueger and The Eyes – “I Heard The Echo”

Jason Rueger and The Eyes by Jason Rueger A highlight from Jason Rueger and The Eyes‘ self-titled debut album, “I Heard The Echo” plays blissfully on soaring vocals, guitar twangs, and dreamy acoustics —...
 
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Warahenege – “Strange New Crowd”

A murky, moody track from Manchester-based artist Warahenege, “Strange New Crowd” struts a memorably atmospheric rock sound. The suave guitar lines and general late-night feeling reminds fondly of The War on Drugs; ...