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The Bumbs – “Like Like Like”

Rollicking rocker “Like Like Like” is a melodic showing from The Bumbs, a band from Nashville, TN. A confident vocal lead pairs with “like-like-like” backing punctuation alongside the easy-flowing guitar...
 
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Blue Plutos – “Clipper Ship”

“Clipper Ship” is a melodic track from Blue Plutos’ forthcoming album, Come Back This Way. As they have in the past with tracks like “Want to Want” and “New King in Town,” the Boston-ba...

 
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Tim Mellins & the Ten Percenters – “Too Much Running”

“Too Much Running” is a suavely melodic success from Tim Mellins & the Ten Percenters, the second single release via the collective from Hull and York, UK. Twangy guitars and backing acoustics complement subtle...
 
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Oliver Marson – “To the Nines”

“To the Nines” is the latest from Oliver Marson, who impressed with “Cocaine Romance” last year. The project continues to strut a strong stylistic vigor, again lovably in the realms of The Chameleons UK ...

 
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Atomic Bronco – “Wanted Love”

Nightflowers is an enjoyable rock album released today from Atomic Bronco, the project of Kyle Nuss. Originally from rural Kansas and now based in London, Nuss crafted all aspects of the album (writing, performing, recording, p...
 
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The Criticals – “Talk Now”

Nashville rockers The Criticals impressed with numerous tracks in 2019, headlined by an hooky sound reminiscent of The Strokes. 2020 is getting off to a similar start for the band. The punchy “Talk Now” is among the...

 
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The Great Dictators – “Riot on a Diet”

Following superb tracks like “Killing Fields” and “Play Dead Together,” Copenhagen-based rock trio The Great Dictators have released their new album, One Eye Opener. The album is a striking success in cr...
 
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Castle Finn – “When I See You Again”

When I see you Again by Castle Finn “When I See You Again” is a consuming track from Castle Finn, the second release from the Wabash Valley-based band. The “when I see you again,” retrospection leads to ...

 
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The Mighty Orchid King – “Head”

Impressing last month with the track “Lungs,” The Mighty Orchid King release another success with “Head.” The suave guitar twangs and enveloping bass line combine with the vocals to fondly recall Talking...
 
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Qvilava – “The World Has Always Been Too Cruel”

The evolving and melodic “The World Has Always Been Too Cruel” is a nostalgic success from Qvilava, the project of Spanish multi-instrumentalist and composer Pablo GarcĂ­a. Bouncy keys and fluttering guitars compleme...