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Experimental
 

Shamanic Love by Astralseid Shamanic Love is an atmospheric, trance-inducing release from from Nordic electronic duo Astralseid, conjuring heady and spiritual vibes. The duo show commendable tonal variation throughout, ranging ...

 
Singer/Songwriter
 

Careful Now My Son by Anders/O'Bitz A recent track from collaborative duo Eric Anders and Mark O’Bitz, “Careful Now My Son” is a rousing effort with folk and Americana intentions. Lyrically touching on the...

 
 
Heavy Rock
 

Ardent, pulsing rocker “Lazar Wolf” is a recent track from Countless Thousands, an act based in Glendale, California. The anthemic rocker, per the band, is “a Thousands style love letter to one of the greatest...

 
Radio-Friendly Rock
 

Based out of Wellington, New Zealand, rock quartet Pale Lady show well on new track “Lost and Found.” An anthemic rock introduction subsides momentarily as vocals enter, paired with more fragmented guitars and drivi...

 
 
Lo-Fi Pop/Rock
 
 

The Wash – “Cat”

 
March 16, 2021
 



A haunting track from The Wash‘s debut self-titled album, “Cat” impresses with its atmospheric vein of understated rock. Ghostly guitar trickles bear a fond likeness to Radiohead. Delicately emotive vocals joi...

 
Rock
 
 

DUDE, MY DUDE – “Loser”

 
March 16, 2021
 



Bursting with hooky ’90s rock nostalgia, “Loser” is an anthemic success from DUDE, MY DUDE, the duo of Benjamin Lyth and Matthieu Thienpont. Their debut single firmly succeeds with a contagious throwback rock ...

 
 
Rock
 

A fun rocker from Philly band Beach Fuzz, “The Difference Between” is their first foray into a psychedelic sound — embracing “more synths and spacey FX” than previous releases. Bursting guitar tone...

 
Progressive Rock
 
 

Thai Food – “Swiss Alps”

 
March 15, 2021
 



Bay Area act Thai Food show eclectic charm throughout “Swiss Alps,” traversing from suave rock into brass-forward jazz and funk. An expansion at the one-minute mark shows strong melodic pull. The “why would yo...