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Cowboy Grizzly – “I’m Not Sure Quite Yet”

I'm Not Sure Quite Yet by Cowboy Grizzly Cowboy Grizzly thoroughly impresses with “I’m Not Sure Quite Yet,” the second single from forthcoming album Growing Pains. The vocals exude a McCartney-esque charm,...
 
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Mystic Seers – “Devil Woman”

The first single from Mystic Seers‘ upcoming full-length, “Devil Woman” is a thorough success. The project of producer and multi-instrumentalist Derek White, Mystic Seers has spent the past six years crafting ...

 
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Underground Viola – “I’m Not Sure”

Underground Viola are an act based out of UmeĆ„, Sweden. They describe their inviting new track “I’m Not Sure” as “a love song that describes love in a way that you don’t know what to do with your f...
 
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Upstairs – “Placebo Buttons”

Town All Over Life by Upstairs “Placebo Buttons” is a consuming track from Chicago-based band Upstairs, off their new EP Town All Over Life. The verses are adorned by melodic vocals and jangly guitars, while the cho...

 
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Silver Liz – “Microwave S’mores”

The excellent “Microwave S’mores” comes via Silver Liz, the Chicago-based project of Carrie and Matt Wagner. The project first caught my ear in 2017 with the tracks “Him” and “Hazy Daisy.R...
 
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Similar Kind – “Too Happy”

Too Happy by Similar Kind Vibrant guitars and playful, reflective keys assemble a quick start to “Too Happy,” a stellar new track from Connecticut-based band Similar Kind. The shimmering instruments evoke a sophisti...

 
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Starlight Girls – “Get Right”

“Get Right” is the latest track from Starlight Girls, a Brooklyn-based act with a penchant for uniquely captivating rockers. Such is evident on “Get Right,” which builds from buzzing guitars and vocal su...
 
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Kind Habitat – “Nobody Can Hear Me”

Kind Habitat thoroughly impress with the melodic, twangy “Nobody Can Hear Me.” The guitar twangs and suave vocal tone make for a sound that recalls Neil Young, especially apparent upon the higher-pitched vocal drama...

 
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Mewn – “No Country”

The memorable “No Country” is the debut single from emerging Manchester-based act Mewn. Per the band, the effort provides “different emotional perspectives on a character that society has left behind, culminat...
 
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Tom Galloway – “Mercy of Your Mood”

Showing a suave vocal lead and twangy aesthetic reminiscent of Kurt Vile, Tom Galloway‘s “Mercy of Your Mood” is a delightful new track. Its “way it’s going, I’ll be gone soon,” hook re...