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Sandy Realms – “Slip Away”

Australian psych-rockers must be tired of Tame Impala comparisons at this point, no matter how favorable. Still, it’s not a bad act to be grouped in with, and Australian psych-rockers Sandy Realms certainly do tout a dist...
 
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Trevor Forrest – “Countless Ways”

Trevor Forrest is a Brooklyn-based singer, songwriter, and producer whose charismatic new track “Countless Ways” is aptly described as “if Alt-J and Local Natives were one person instead of two bands, this son...

 
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Premiere: Instant Empire – “Slow to Reveal”

Instant Empire is a rock group from Denver that formed nearly eight years ago. Since then, they have released three EPs and a couple LPs, the most recent of which – Last of the Lovers – will be released this August....
 
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The High Crook – “Do Me”

The High Crook is a blues/rock band from Kolkata (formerly Calcutta), the capital of India’s West Bengal state. They formed in late 2013, channeling a love for blues, pop, and rock ‘n’ roll. With an experience...

 
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Pekoe Cat – “Northern Light” + “Weary of the Clown”

Pekoe Cat (Kyle Woolven) showed ample versatility on his recent album Digital Chaos, exploring a variety of electronic soundscapes while retaining a sound fondly akin to early Ariel Pink, particularly in his grasp of synth-touc...
 
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God Tiny – “Awaken”

On previously featured “Cosmos“, Brooklyn-based act God Tiny showcased an energetic slice of psych-rock bliss, complete with soaring, trippy vocals and enveloping guitar licks.  “Awaken” – also fro...

 
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The Doubles – “Pseudo”

“Pseudo” is another hazy pop crooner from The Doubles, who impressed last month with “All My Eyes“. Tropical keys pulse like a heartbeat, as hypnotic vocals relatively akin to Panda Bear stretch across c...
 
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Premiere: Rare Monk – “Phosphorescence”

Featured a few weeks ago, Rare Monk’s single “Happy Haunting” was wonderfully received, with fluid guitar work and a gorgeously melodic hook hinting that the band’s forthcoming album A Future would be so...

 
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Premiere: Guest Actors – “When Everything Ends”

The track art for Guest Actors’ “When Everything Ends” is apt, with the tranquil, fluid guitar lines accompanying the gentle vocals concocting visions of floating peacefully in space. This is a very hypnotic e...
 
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Wake Child – “Hangup Blues”

Boston trio Wake Child impressed this May with the superb track “In the End“, with bluesy organ and hook-y, emotional songwriting resembling a cross between !!! and Jeff Buckley. Their newest track “Hangup Blu...