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Jonathan releases groundbreaking LP

Written by on 1 March 2019

SOUNDCLOUD: Rock n’ roll has no borders and no limitations, and if you’re looking for living proof of this, I seriously recommend giving Croatia’s own Jonathan a listen sometime. In their new album To Hold, this band doesn’t just try their hand at the western alternative rock model; they straight up redefine the parameters of […]

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To Be Continued (LP) by Francine Honey

Written by on 25 February 2019

FACEBOOK: With everyone on their feet to watch her march to the altar, we follow a blushing bride as she walks down the aisle in the first few melody-clad frames of the music video for “Shacked-up Sweetie,” the latest single from Francine Honey’s incredible new album To Be Continued…. Honey is in the background, dishing […]

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MoeDeLL drops “Porch” single

Written by on 25 February 2019

Countrified singer/songwriter MoeDeLL has got a bluesy grit in his guitar that just won’t go away in the new single “Porch,” but it isn’t the only gem of sonic wonderment that the track has in store for listeners this spring. A rollicking beat drives an infectious groove as we descend upon the chorus, an easygoing […]

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China’s all-new album And Then Nothing Happened

Written by on 22 February 2019

Brittle strings gently creep out of the silence as we descend into the mighty melody that opens up “Last Straw,” one of ten exciting new tracks to be discovered in China’s all-new album And Then Nothing Happened. Soon, singer Michael James Tapscott is harmonizing with the vibrating textures that a couple of guitars are emitting simultaneously. […]

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Sam Levin releases Bookmark

Written by on 21 February 2019

While not every song is capable of capturing the identity of its composer in a singular melody, as much can be said of Sam Levin’s “Bookmark,” the first cut off of his new album A General Air of Regret, due out later this year. The teenage indie rock phenom is sporting a new look in this […]

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Brookhaven & Scatter Swept release Modern Remains

Written by on 15 February 2019

INSTAGRAM: Listeners will discover a colorful treasure chest of rich tonality flanked with smart, cerebral melodies that soar skyward toward the heavens in Modern Remains, the new album from Brookhaven & Scatter Swept, whose pairing represents one of the most thrilling collaborations we’ll hear this winter. We start off with the glistening sounds of “Sawtell,” […]

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Stephanie Rose releases new EP/Single

Written by on 12 February 2019

Stephanie Rose’s Sprout confidently opens with the title song, a jaunty nearly four minute musical journey kicking off with a distinctly rootsy country slant. There’s a smattering of organ laid into the mix for color and its unobtrusive presence helps accentuate the song’s retro air, but there’s a modern glean emanating from the song impossible to ignore. […]

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Go Time releases Midway

Written by on 6 February 2019

URL: Treble-saturated percussion marred with a riveting guitar riff bent on cutting through the atonal white noise with a glistening pop melody. A reverberated string harmony that seems to linger in the atmosphere as thoughtful lyrics speak to us from a place of humility. Fiery grooves sewn together by a buzzing bassline, never so […]

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“Beatrice” single by Wlady & T.N.Y (feat. lossa)

Written by on 31 January 2019

LOSSA TWITTER: Over the last few years, pop music from one corner of the globe to the next has started to adopt a much more surreal tone that has stirred the attention of critics and stoked interest in a revitalized postmodern movement. “Beatrice,” a new track by DJs Wlady & T.N.Y. that features singer […]

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Black9 releases “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around”

Written by on 30 January 2019

Alternative metal trio Black 9 reimagine an iconic rock ballad in “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around,” which arrives at the doorstep of listeners packing a heavy punch and just as much emotion and spirit as the classic did some thirty-eight years ago. Anyone who loves old school rock n’ roll knows this Tom Petty and […]

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