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Erich Mrak – “See You In September”

Toronto-based Erich Mrak had a strong 2019, impressing with well-produced tracks like “Drive,” “Fake It,” “Navigate,” and “Riptide.” The latter two tracks capture an atmospheric, ...
 
Progressive Rock
 

Brainsqueezed – “Sailors”

The second album from prog-rockers Brainsqueezed, Scarred expands upon the band’s rock sound displayed on 2015 EP EMOTIONS. Led by French musician Sébastien Laloue, Brainsqueezed captures a sound steeped in dark alternati...

 
Instrumental Rock
 

Robertas Semeniukas – “Eat My Dust” (ft. Mr. Jumbo)

Thunderous guitars, both of the melodic lead and rhythmic muscle varieties, lead the charge on “Eat My Dust.” A track off Robertas Semeniukas’ recent album Backstage Stories, “Eat My Dust” channels...
 
Radio-Friendly Pop/Folk
 

Har’Monique – “Oh Lawd”

“Oh Lawd” is a catchy track from Har’ Monique, an NYC-based artist churning out an accessible blend of pop and R&B, with a touch of reggae. Born in Brooklyn, Har’Monique moved to the upstate NY town...

 
Psychedelic Rock
 

Modesta – “Opus”

Modesta are an indie-rock duo from Boston, crafting a hypnotic and gripping sound on the track “Opus,” the opener on Modesta’s new 4-track EP, Ode to the Peculiar. Modern rock sensibilities combine with ’...
 
Psychedelic Folk
 

Cartography – “Sir Francis Drake”

Sir Francis Drake by Cartography “Sir Francis Drake” is a newly released track from Cartography, the solo project of New York-based artist Trevor Misplay. Crisp acoustics and bird chirping opens the track in invitin...

 
Pop
 

Iris Hill – “Buona Notte”

Israel-based rock band Iris Hill tout strong songwriting and a nicely climatic feel throughout new track “Buona Notte.” The band notes a point of comparison as Phoenix, a band I’m reminded of as the quick-swip...
 
Dream-Pop + Shoegaze
 

Catch a Dinosaur – “Pyramid”

“Pyramid” showcases the serene dream-pop sound of Catch a Dinosaur, intertwining jangly guitar dreaminess with slight backing synths and a gentle rhythm section. The band — based out of Somerville, Massachuset...

 
Lo-Fi Hip-Hop
 

DefByMisadventure – “Rabbit” + “Number 1”

“Rabbit” is a hypnotic track from DefByMisadventure, touting lulling keys and vibrant acoustics. 01:37 sees the shifting percussion fade momentarily, kicking back into gear shortly thereafter. The sitar-y effect on ...
 
Rock
 

Strange Loops – “Comforts of an Apocalypse”

“Comforts of an Apocalypse” is a catchy track from NYC rockers Strange Loops, touting melodic synths and a stirring vocal lead. Sef Kapur’s vocals impress in alternating between the rousing verses and melodic ...