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The Green Door – “You Won’t Hear That Anymore”

San Francisco’s The Green Door churn out a lively blend of garage and psych-rock, with a thematic focus on the tribulations of life and death, as well as hero and anti-hero through a present-day lens. The band, which form...
 
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Galapaghost – “Pulse”

Inspired by the tragic nightclub terrorist attack on Orlando’s Pulse nightclub in June 2016, “Pulse” is an emotional new track from Galapaghost, who previously impressed with his psych-folk aesthetic on tracks...

 
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Gente Bien – “Sangre en tu Cuello”

Gente Bien churns out melodic garage-rock with psych and ’70s pop influence, sang in Spanish. The style reminds of a cross between Smith Westerns and Os Mutantes. Fond of contagious pop melodies under three minutes that h...
 
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AndrĂ© Salvador and the Von Kings – “Tune It In”

AndrĂ© Salvador and the Von Kings, the previously featured project of Brooklyn-based multi-instrumentalist Tim Cheplick, is back at it with the varied and hypnotic psych-rocker “Tune It In”. The track features two pa...

 
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Clay Priskorn – “Me Seek”

Clay Priskorn’s budding musical career began at age 18, when he began seriously writing and recording songs in his parents’ Agoura Hills, CA garage. His debut album Bury ’em Deep in 2013, and by 23 Clay was sh...
 
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Low Weather – “Aspirin”

St. Louis indie-rockers Low Weather impress with new track “Aspirin”, showing crawling guitars building toward a vocal-fronted hook that reminds of The Shins’ ability to swap between understated verses and tru...

 
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Eucrid Elms – “I Just Saw the End of the World”

Copenhagen-based artist Esben Hansen crafts music under the pseudonym Eucrid Elms, emitting a haunting sound. The track “I Just Saw the End of the World” comes via his debut album Digital Funeral, releasing on 12/1....
 
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The Crowleys – “Midnight Blue”

The Crowleys – an act out of Hamilton, Ontario – provide an interesting spin on jangle-pop, adding tinges of surf guitar and robotic vocal tones to the mix on new track “Midnight Blue”, which explores &#...

 
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J Bengoy – “Reprise (Marthasville)”

The brightly infectious “So Good (I Could Die)” turned me onto J Bengoy this past May, showcasing a fun-loving twang reminiscent of Wilco and Beulah. The act – based out of Burlington, Vermont – impresse...
 
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John McCabe – “Too Late”

Crunchy guitars lend an immediately nostalgic, alternative-rock vibe on John McCabe’s new track “Too Late”, released as part of his Flower Circle EP and recorded, mixed, and produced by John Kimbrough in Los A...