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Night Herons – “Compromise”

Relevant Noise by Night Herons Oakland rockers Night Herons craft an atmospheric, charismatic sound throughout their new album Relevant Noise, which infuses a modern rock sound into influences like the New York Dolls and The St...
 
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Silver Liz – “Hazy Daisy”

“Hazy Daisy”, a new track from Silver Liz, presents shoegaze-y beauty reminiscent of My Bloody Valentine, ripe with beautiful feedback and fuzz guitars. The final single released by the Chicago-based act from their ...

 
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Loveless Death Scene – “Someone Who Loves You”

Strongly melodic with a romantic yearning, “Someone Who Loves You” is a devastatingly effective just-released single from Loveless Death Scene, the project of Los Angeles-based multi-instrumentalist Carlos J. Ruiz I...
 
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Three Days Dark – “Breaking the Day”

English songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Trent Halliday produces engaging experimental art-rock and psych-pop under the name Three Days Dark. Drawing from influences of the late ’60s and ’70s – in addition...

 
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Sunset Exotic – “State of Emergency”

Sunset Exotic’s new track “State of Emergency” is a captivating, moody rocker with hints of Bowie in the vocal line, complemented by bright and anthemic guitar and rhythmic movements. Per Sunset Exotic (Charli...
 
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The Remarks – “Falter”

If Better Read in Photographs by The Remarks The Remarks are a talented quartet from Boone, North Carolina producing a dreamy vein of indie-rock that draws from psychedelia, power-pop, and folk influences, with a particular adm...

 
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Negativehate – “(Dream Protection) Sea of Perdition”

Solipsis by Negativehate Successfully blurring the lines between prog-rock, post-punk, and metal, Negativehate produce a striking sound throughout their new album Solipsis that melds mellow soundscapes with heavier, prog-induce...
 
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Ed Ling – “Windsurfers”

Fond of sophisti-pop in the vein of Prefab Sprout and The Blue Nile, as well as cinematic gusto from the likes of Ennio Morricone and John Barry, Ed Ling draws from influence that value both the intensity of atmosphere and the ...

 
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Blue Sails – “I Used to Try”

The absolutely gorgeous “I Used to Try” comes courtesy of Blue Sails, a Wisconsin-based act formed by brothers Max and Mitchell Bell, who recorded between a city apartment and a studio in rural Wisconsin. Admiring a...
 
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Japeto – “Odyssey”

“Odyssey” is a twangy piece of jangle-pop from Japeto, revolving around themes of “heartbreak, more heartbreak, [and] being an emigrant.” Self-produced, recorded, and written, “Odyssey” showc...