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Rare Kreature – “Nowhere Seen”

Phoenix-based trio Rare Kreature enthrall with a driving ’80s nostalgia on new track “Nowhere Seen,” which showcases the band’s consuming post-punk revivalism and synth-laden integrations. New-wave and g...
 
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The Wavos – “Here We Go!”

“Here We Go!” is the newest track from The Wavos, who impressed with their Five on the Floor! EP last year. Playful vocals and synth-laden charisma lead into the “here we go!” pep-up, crafting an opening...

 
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Seance Crasher – “Back in Time”

An intimate synth-pop crooner from Seance Crasher, “Back in Time” engrosses with its nocturnal yearning and nostalgic production. Touting a commanding vocal presence and knack for melodic yet atmospheric songwriting...
 
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Stark – “Every Day” + “One Way to the Bottom”

Stark by Stark The eponymous debut album from Illinois-based band Stark presents intrigue throughout, casting a spell with its touching of post-punk, shoegaze, and grunge — within a nostalgic New Romantic tint. Among its ...

 
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Soft People – “Heaven” (Talking Heads cover)

“Heaven” is a stylish take on the Talking Heads’ classic, from Soft People, the queer indie pop duo from California comprising of Caleb Nichols and John Metz. First catching my ear with the track “Ramon&...
 
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Inky Nite – “The Canyon”

A new track from Inky Nite, “The Canyon” struts a darkly nostalgic sound, featuring jangly guitars, melodic vocals, and whirring synth accompaniments. The ’80s vibes throughout are enjoyable, messhing New Wave...

 
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Pat Absent – “Nothing”

Reminding me fondly of The Psychedelic Furs, “Nothing” is a track from Richmond, VA-based musician Pat Absent, off the new album Tangible Absence. Weary vocals and jangly guitars craft a climatic, murky feeling to s...
 
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Take Me With You – “Stranger”

A yearning track with post-punk and new-wave appeal, “Stranger” is consuming effort from Pittsburgh-based act Take Me With You. Plucky strings and whirring synths lead into an enthusiastic vocal lead. A very New Ord...