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Geyst – “Papertrails”

“Papertrails” is the debut single from Geyst, a quartet from Victoria (British Columbia) who met via the University of Victoria Live Music Club in September ’19. Their vein of alternative-rock rides on jangly ...
 
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Slow Caves – “Walk in the Park”

“Walk in the Park” is a stirring alt-rocker with ’90s nostalgia. The track comes via Slow Caves, a band formed in Fort Collins, Colorado. Vocals and distorted guitars throughout feel like they lounging and str...

 
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Gem and Eye – “Roaring Twenties” + “Pleasure Principle”

Among the most striking tracks I’ve heard so far this year, “Roaring Twenties” is a surefire success from Gem and Eye. The NYC-based brother-sister duo harness a sound both nostalgic and cutting-edge. A quiver...
 
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Casual Male – “Don’t Want Me Around”

Catchy rocker “Don’t Want Me Around” is a stellar release from Casual Male. The track was co-produced with Abe Seiferth (Yeasayer, Neon Indian) at Transmitter Park Studios in Brooklyn. Described as a “br...

 
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Slowsie – “Bedbugs”

Late at Night is a 5-track EP out today from Slowsie, an exciting rock project led by songwriter Michael Pearson. “Bedbugs” is an immediate standout. Suave guitar tones and quivering vocal feeling reminds me fondly ...
 
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Sargasso – “Sacred Plums”

With a consuming quality throughout, “Sacred Plums” builds from contemplative, reflective rock into dramatic guitar tones and escalating vocals. The latest track from New Haven, CT-based band Sargasso, “Sacred...

 
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Stray Fossa – “For What Was”

Stray Fossa impress with the “For What Was,” a bouncier and more uptempo success compared to past efforts like “These Days” and “Are You Gonna Be Okay.” The Charlottesville, VA-based bandR...
 
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The Caracals – “R U N”

The blistering rocker “R U N” is the latest from The Caracals, the Orange County-based project fronted by Johnny Cisneros. Previously impressing with the tracks “City Girl” and “Catch Your Eye,R...

 
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W. Cryderman – “Maybe Tomorrow” + “Gimme A Scare”

Grande Masterpiece by Cryderman Two cuts from W. Cryderman‘s new album Grande Masterpiece, “Maybe Tomorrow” and “Gimme a Scare” are great examples of the band’s stirring songwriting. In parti...
 
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Checkerneck – “Yosemite Sam”

The fantastic “Yosemite Sam” blends ’90s grunge nostalgia with surf-tinged melodic charm, resulting in a winning sound from Los Angeles-based duo Checkerneck. Guitar distortion quickly picks up alongside a mur...