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Mighty Tim Young – “Rock n Roll”

Mighty Tim Young impresses with a timeless rock sound throughout his new album The Lucky Ones. Opening track “Rock n Roll” offers up poignant lyrics to start: “In the beginning there was the noise.” Past...
 
Psychedelic Pop
 

Cap’n Marble – “Fox In A Hole” + “Optical Wealth”

A timeless-sounding psychedelic charmer, “Fox In A Hole” shows continued success from Cap’n Marble, the duo of John Dasilva and Ryan Arshonsky, impressing in the past with tracks like “Bed of Sun” ...

 
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Grimson – “Will He Ride (My Bike)”

“Will He Ride (My Bike)” is a captivating piece of songwriting from Swedish/American songwriter and animator Grimson, released as part of an experimental animated documentary. Reflective vocals and guitar carry init...
 
Alternative
 

sweethearts – “do you love me?”

Touting a nostalgic sound reminiscent of punk-leaning ’90s alternative, “do you love me?” is a catchy new track from sweethearts. The UK-based band note influences like Pavement, Weezer, and “personal fa...

 
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MIHI NIHIL – “Falling Star”

The newest track from MIHI NIHIL, “Falling Star” conjures a feeling of sweet nostalgia, channeling a ’50s and ’60s spirit with a wordless backing vocal swoon, ballad-friendly key backing, and yearning gu...
 
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Cosmopolis – “The Distances”

Showing a suave, artful vein of rock in the vein of Talking Heads and David Bowie, “The Distances” is a recent track from Cosmopolis. The band’s third single is a hypnotic journey, expanding from spacious clic...

 
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jefff – “WINDOWS”

“WINDOWS” is a recent single from jefff, a Florida-based artist. Aesthetically reminiscent of Talking Heads’ David Byrne, jefff navigates through varied vocal, an expressive rhythm section, and playful rhythm ...
 
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Sundogs – “Freedom”

“Freedom” is a consuming rocker from Sundogs, a Seattle-based band formed by Stan Snow and Jed Moffitt. Taking inspiration from jazz fusion and classic rock, the track features rollicking guitars, organ backing, and...

 
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Doc Straw & the Scarecrows – “Get On By”

“Get On By” is an enjoyably twangy track from Doc Straw & the Scarecrows, a Virginian artist crafting a memorable southern-rock sound. Lyrics reaffirm a commitment to remaining strong in tough times, something ...
 
Rock
 

Invisible Ensemble – “Danse Macabre”

Touting a nostalgic new-wave sound fondly reminiscent of The Psychedelic Furs, “Danse Macabre” is a stellar track from Invisible Ensemble. Originally from Glasgow, Scotland, the artist now operates from a home studi...