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Radio Macbeth – “Vapor Trails”

Radio Macbeth are a lo-fi indie-pop/rock act hailing from Oregon, whose new track “Vapor Trails” is via their new album Bubblegum Wasteland, releasing September 1st. They appropriately describe this one as “an...
 
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The Max Tribe – “Hello”

“Hello” is the impressive debut single from The Max Tribe, a group that formed in 2013 when Nashville native Austin Max (guitars/vocals) united with Austrian-born Conner Kessler (drums) at Berklee College of Music. ...

 
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The Federal Empire – “Gasoline”

“Gasoline” is a just-released track from The Federal Empire, who impressed last month with the single “What Are We Fighting For“, a riveting effort with a stadium-sized chorus and sampled old church choi...
 
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A Thousand Hours – “Christina”

Sleep by A Thousand Hours A Thousand Hours draw from influences like Slowdive and Cocteau Twins to craft an ethereal, atmospheric vein of nocturnal rock. Engaging new track “Christina” is the second to be released f...

 
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The Holifields – “Water Ghost”

The Holifields – EP by The Holifields The Holifields are a young psych/progressive rock group from Knoxville, Tennessee. Their new track “Water Ghost” is an excellent piece of songwriting, with soaring, psych-...
 
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Brother Cephus – “Toxic Slip”

“Toxic Slip” is the first single to be released from Brother Cephus’ forthcoming six-track collection, out July 21st. The Tampa-based act is comprised of brothers Gabe and Seth Davis, who share vocal duties se...

 
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Luke Rathborne – “Don’t Call Me Baby”

“Don’t Call Me Baby” is the stellar new release from Luke Rathborne, the Brooklyn-by-way-of-Maine singer/songwriter who since moving to New York has garnered an impressive following through recent 2015 release...
 
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The Laytcomers – “Sharpie Head”

“Sharpie Head” is a charismatic, stylistically engaging listen from The Laytcomers, a rock act out of Fremont, California. Guitar distortion and kazoo-like enthusiasm give this track a peppy start, reminiscent in it...

 
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Gnarsh – “Putting on Your Face”

As the self-professed aim of Gnarsh’s music “is to make people smile, tap their foot, and scratch their heads,” it’s easy to say “Putting on Your Face” hit the mark — at least on my end...
 
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Skytone – “Taking Our Time”

“Taking Our Time” is the lead single off Ottawa duo Skytone’s new full-length JangleWaves. The twangy slice of jangle-pop isn’t a far cry from the aesthetic of fellow Canadian Travis Bretzer, with a part...