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Harvie June – “Collision Course”

Harvie June’s “Hourglass,” released this past September, touted a jangle-pop allure that made it one of my favorite tracks from 2018. So, I was happy to see he released a new track in the past day, the engagin...
 
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Video: Dream Phases – “The Fixer”

Dream Phases is continuously impressing with their sound. Back in 2017, “Summer Daze” impressed with classic ’60s and ’70s rock influence, also infusing elements of soul and country. Last year’s “Clear S...

 
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The Ringards – “Steppenwolf”

The Ringards are newly formed rock act from London, touting a successful aesthetic rooted in post-punk and alternative. Specifically, the menacing vocals and rockin’ build-up to a striking chorus reminds me of early Nick ...
 
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Loneborn – “Lost In Your Space”

Lush and spacey, “Lost In Your Space” is a beautiful new track from Loneborn, a Miami-based collaboration between an experienced producer and a graphic designer. Commercial jingle-writer Raul Garcia and percussionis...

 
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Nine Blind Men and the Tiger – “Leader”

Nine Blind Men and the Tiger is the solo project of Johnny Saigusa, who has been actively releasing material since high school (when he wrote and released three full-length albums). One of those albums, Pablo the Moon Frog, was...
 
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The Flings – “Looking on Down the Line”

The timeless-sounding “Looking on Down the Line” is a new track from The Flings, recalling acts like The Band and their ability to infuse mellow aesthetics, twangy guitars, and warm vocals into a memorable sound. Th...

 
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Elegant Elephant – “Cogwheel”

Elegant Elephant are a band from Stockholm, Sweden, formed in early 2017. They recently released their first single “Cogwheel,” a fun and melodic success that reminds of a cross between ’90s Brit-pop and moder...
 
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Why Another – “Why”

Why Another are a band from Boston with an emotional, striking sound. In addition to their ability to integrate both hard-moving rock with serene electronic soundscapes, the band wows with the vocals of frontman Adi Malka, whic...

 
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Kindergarten – “Deep Breath”

Kindergarten are a new five-piece, presently based in Bushwick (Brooklyn). The act was started by Toronto-based musician Jono Robertson. Their engaging new track “Deep Breath” precedes an upcoming EP, and shows a ve...
 
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John War – “The Real Thing”

I first caught onto John War with his stylish, atmospheric cover of Glen Campbell’s “Wichita Lineman” a couple years ago. It was a nice showcase of his aesthetic, which is continued with his own songwriting on...