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Paul Cook & The Chronicles – “Leave Love Behind”

“Leave Love Behind” is a shimmering new single from London-based artist Paul Cook & The Chronicles. Drawing inspiration from melodic styles like ’60s guitar pop, ’70s Americana, and Brit-pop, Cook i...
 
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Brother Brother – “I Never Let Go”

Exuding a breezy, jangly appeal, “I Never Let Go” is an alluring new track from Los Angeles-based project Brother Brother, the solo work of singer/songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Avi Makua Durchfort....

 
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The Shop Window – “Lighthouse”

Following several acclaimed singles the past two years, along with 2021 full-length debut The State of Being Human, UK band The Shop Window showcase crisply resonating jangle-pop charm throughout their new track “Lighthou...
 
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Walking Eyes – “Take a Breather”

A climatic track growing from jangly rock into soaring escalation, “Take a Breather” is a new track from Walking Eyes, comprising Memphis-based musicians and fianc├ęs Sarah Spain (vocals/keys) and Tristan Barton (gui...

 
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The Head – “French Girls”

A jangly rocker with a yearning charm, “French Girls” is a recent track from The Head, an Atlanta-based trio. Mike Shaw’s vocals range enjoyably from the verses’ assured suaveness to a delightfully wande...
 
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Charlie Duda – “Really Really”

Rising Los Angeles-based artist Charlie Duda impresses on his new track “Really Really,” released today. It’s a melodic rocker fit for incoming warmer weather, featuring the big-time guitar twangs and suavely ...

 
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Stray Fossa – “How Come?”

Lush, jangly charm is evident throughout “How Come?” — the latest from Stray Fossa. The band has impressed with multiple singles over the years. As such, I’m strongly anticipating the Virginia-based band...
 
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World News – “Lend Me Your Brain”

Lovably reminiscent of ’80s jangle-pop akin to The Go-Betweens, “Lend Me Your Brain” is a new track from London-based trio World News. Soaring vocals start alongside fast-paced guitars, also reminding of Billy...

 
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Echo Frame – “On the Avenue”

Catching my ear with the excellent “Blue for Many Moons” in July, Vancouver-based artist Echo Frame again struts a delectable jangle-pop sound with suave immersion. “On the Avenue” sports a romantic, mor...
 
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Echo Frame – “Blue for Many Moons”

Echo Frame‘s debut release, “Blue for Many Moons” is a winner from the Vancouver-based artist. A soulful croon and jangly guitars mesh with serene enjoyment, segued with fluid guitar bursts. Aesthetically, the...