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Monoq – “Zebra”

“Zebra” crafts a hypnotic rock sound with some Middle Eastern influence. Israel-based artist Monoq meshes expressive guitar twangs alongside metaphorical lyrical perspectives. “Our valleys run out of water, wh...
 
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Tim Barr – “No More Fathers”

Exuding a soaring and jangly charm with shades of The Stone Roses, “No More Fathers” is a resonating new single from Tim Barr, an artist based in Newburgh, NY. The initial ascent is swift; glistening guitars and har...

 
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Vulgar Commons – ‘Nicotine Fingers’ EP

Chicago-based rockers Vulgar Commons deliver no-frills excitement throughout their new EP, Nicotine Fingers. Comprising four mainstays in the Chicago DIY scene, the quartet formed during COVID as an outlet to “help mainta...
 
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Unstuck – “Anne-Marie”

Irish trio Unstuck compel with a charismatic rock sound on “Anne-Marie,” their newest single. A steady rise from quaint guitar strums into a bouncy bass envelopment occurs quickly, with a chirpy tonal quality drivin...

 
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The Lunar Keys – “Maniac”

A beguiling rock sound prevails throughout “Maniac,” the latest single from The Lunar Keys, a band based out of Guildford, UK. Per the band, the track is “is about someone you know that preys on your vulnerabi...
 
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Villanelle & The Northern Wonder – “December Bloom”

Conjuring a glorious ’70s nostalgia with its fuzzy guitars and suave vocals, “December Bloom” is a new track from Manchester-based act Villanelle & The Northern Wonder. Originally a duo upon the release o...

 
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Sam Himself – “Mr. Rocknroll”

Releasing ahead of his upcoming album Never Let Me Go (out January 27th), Brooklyn-based artist Sam Himself impresses with a contemplative rock sound fit for moonlit drives. Aesthetically I’m reminded fondly of The War on...
 
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Noah Gönci – “Things Are Not the Same”

Emphasizing the pain of loss, “Things Are Not the Same” is a new track from Brooklyn-based artist Noah Gönci. He describes the release as “about how going back to my hometown after the death of my father has b...

 
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Lo Noom – “Lucky”

Fuzzy guitars and harmonious psych-friendly vocals enamor throughout the soaring “Lucky,” the latest from Lo Noom, featured prior with the track “Change Your Mind.” Playful acoustics meander through the ...
 
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Sundried Whales – ‘THE EP’

The debut EP from Sundried Whales conjures a dynamic rock sound spanning from the jangle-pop of “Streetlights” to the raucous punk tones of the opening “Guac.” The Hamilton, Ontario-based band originally...