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Stoop Kids – “Hey Banana” (feat. J.O.)

Suave brass spurts and a psych-friendly rhythm section kick off the stylistically captivating “Hey Banana” in quality form, with the newest track from Stoop Kids continuing to showcase their eclectic appeal (we̵...
 
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Midnight Garden – “Something Blue”

Whereas Midnight Garden’s excellent single “Down” was a spacey journey that concluded with an assortment of colorful synths that reminded of Todd Rundgren’s 1973 album A Wizard, a True Star, their new single &...

 
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Mookie Morris – “When It All Falls Down”

Toronto-based Mookie Morris’ laid-back retro style is tranquilizing, soulful, and airy. His vocals are reminiscent of a slightly toned-down Deerhunter in his latest single “Let It All Fall Down”. Here, Morris ...
 
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Distant Mountains – “Liquid Doubt”

Opening with beautiful trickling guitars and a spacious gentle rhythm section, “Liquid Doubt” transitions to an ’80s-tinged melodic anthem when the vocals kick in, reminiscent of Echo & the Bunnymen. Ther...

 
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Doo Crowder – “Death Song”

With its clanging percussion, steady unveiling of hazy distorted guitars, and ominous choir-like vocal accompaniment, the beginnings of “Death Song” certainly do enough to capture one’s attention. Doo Crowder,...
 
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Loud Forest – “Drag Me/Don’t Drag”

Los Angeles indie-rock duo Loud Forest play to each other’s strengths, and this should come as no surprise; the band’s members, Rachel and Bernard Chadwick, have been composing music together for a decade. Despite t...

 
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Spooky Mansion – “Gone Too Far”

Spooky Mansion are a quartet living the dream in San Francisco. They rehearse nights at an abandoned surf shop and record during the day in their garage. “Gone Too Far” begins with an easy-flowing surf rock guitar r...
 
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Baby Baby – “Keep Me Under Your Arms”

Baby Baby is a very promising garage-rock group out of Chicago, able to churn out a ferocious, hook-filled sound despite youthfulness and relatively lo-fi production methods. Like on early Deerhunter and Ariel Pink records, the...

 
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