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Gnarsh – “Putting on Your Face”

As the self-professed aim of Gnarsh’s music “is to make people smile, tap their foot, and scratch their heads,” it’s easy to say “Putting on Your Face” hit the mark — at least on my end...
 
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Skytone – “Taking Our Time”

“Taking Our Time” is the lead single off Ottawa duo Skytone’s new full-length JangleWaves. The twangy slice of jangle-pop isn’t a far cry from the aesthetic of fellow Canadian Travis Bretzer, with a part...

 
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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...