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autoclub – “Cat”

Los Angeles-based act autoclub seems bound to blow up, if new single “Cat” is any indication. With a sound featuring “melodic psych-disco sounds, and catchy fresh dance pop grooves featuring trippy bass lines&...
 
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John Moose – “Under Bridges”

John Moose is an act that trace their roots to “the deep wild woods of Värmland, Sweden.” The band’s name refers to their lyrics’ protagonist, within a tale of escapism, “where he finds himself stu...

 
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Quiet The Pilot – “Give Me Time”

Quiet The Pilot is Los Angeles-based Ryan Moore’s solo project. His new track “Give Me Time” is a quaintly infectious, slow-burning success with a rollicking chorus that touts a timeless power-pop feel. The &#...
 
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The Caress – “A Picture by the Thames in Winter”

The Caress are an act of three brothers – Tom, Ben, and Sam Easton – from New Cross, South East London. They formed the project in December 2015, merging a collective love for Phil Spector’s ‘Wall of Sou...

 
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Nick Schott – “Empathetic Hunter”

San Francisco-based Nick Schott’s new track “Empathic Hunter” begins fairly unassumingly, with a tight funk-tinged rock arsenal. The chorus, though – both in its first entry at 01:01 and second at 02:34 ...
 
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Dome Hall – “Nason”

Dome Hall, a five-piece out of Newcastle, achieved acclaim with their debut single “Marske Woods”, going on to secure support slots with the likes of Clean Cut Kid and Frightened Rabbit, in addition to a feature on ...

 
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The Federal Empire – “What Are We Fighting For”

Premiering yesterday on buzzbands.la, The Federal Empire’s new single “What Are We Fighting For” is a fine effort centered around a stadium-sized chorus and sampled old church choir. The track’s folk-dri...
 
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Papyllon – “Seventeen, Baby”

“Seventeen, Baby” is a stunning track from Papyllon, a young band from Prešov, Slovakia. It hooks from the get-go, with late-night brass and a smoothly paced rhythm section establishing the feel. The vocals begin wi...

 
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Them Jones – “Maya”

Grow by Them Jones “Maya” provides an excellent indication of the gripping psych-rock sound throughout Them Jones’ new album Grow, streaming in full below. The Philly group impressed prior with full-length A M...
 
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Livingmore – “Cocoon”

“Cocoon” makes a strong impression in its mere two-minute span, showing the Los Angeles duo as manufacturers of soaring rock with very memorable vocals, in the vein of Jenny Lewis and Camera Obscura. “Cocoon&#...