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Andrew Reed – “Strangers”

Evoking an anthemic ’80s rock feel, “Strangers” is a track with ample charisma from Andrew Reed. The chugging guitars, rousing lead, and synth-laden undercurrent make for a firmly nostalgic sound that would ma...
 
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Ivan Beecroft – “Rattle Those Chains”

The Cynical Express by Ivan Beecroft The Cynical Express is the latest full-length from Melbourne-based artist Ivan Beecroft. Last catching my ear with the track “Inequality” last June, Beecroft returns with an albu...

 
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King Jane – “Little Devil”

King Jane’s 2019 EP Deep in the Garden showed a very promising rock act, one that blended classic-rock charm with modern innovation. The newly released “Little Devil” achieves a similar appeal. The verses play...
 
Funk
 

Africali – “You Brighten Every Bit of My Day”

Africali’s stellar track “You Brighten Every Bit of My Day,” shows a gripping, smoky feel right away with mellow rhythm section, tranquil guitar licks, and tender vocal-led entrancement. Chuckling @ 00:56 adds...

 
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Captain Mantis – “The Game”

“The Game” is a lively track from Captain Mantis, emphasizing the project’s energetic and fun sound. They pursue an “earthy retro sound,” citing acts like Queen and Wings — evident especially...
 
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Matt Lande – “Don’t You (Forget About Me)”

Tough times can call for ’80s ear candy, to take us back to a time more carefree (both with fashion choices and life choices). As such, it’s worth checking out Matt Lande’s cover of Simple Minds’ classic...

 
Progressive Rock
 

Mr Sweet – “Lazy Funk”

London-based act Mr Sweet shows an active, versatile sound with fond shades of Steely Dan and Supertramp. Their debut single “Lazy Funk” is a fun showcase of melodically addictive arrangements and a high level of mu...
 
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Jackson Price and the Blues Rockets – “Staying High”

Jackson Price and the Blues Rockets are a quartet from New Mexico, paying homage to rootsy blues and rock ‘n’ roll. “I want to pay homage to the roots of real music in a time where music played by real bands i...

 
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Happy Freuds – “Why”

Spanish act Happy Freuds impressed last year with the track “The Mountain,” showcasing a sound reminiscent of ā€™70s analog rock ā€˜nā€™ roll, while also touching on aspects of contemporary rock. “Why” exempli...