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21 July 2019

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Microcosms’ new single “Forget Us”

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“How can you find legitimate piece of mind?” begs the opening lyric of Microcosms’ new single “Forget Us” in a lead vocal that’s been stained with angst-ridden frustration. The focused attack of these verses is one of the only points of streamlined consistency in this song, which I would absolutely deem to be Microcosms’ most […]

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18 July 2019

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Biglemoi releases Permanent Vacation EP

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In a fog of acoustic guitars and a mischievous bottom-end tonality, we discover a vocal that is as light as a feather in “Other Side,” the closing finale in Biglemoi’s interestingPermanent Vacation EP. In my first examination of Permanent Vacation, this was the song that got my attention the most; it’s drifting melodies and swanky, muted groove […]

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16 July 2019

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Initial Mass is Bending Light

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With crushing force, Initial Mass’ Bending Light comes bursting out of the silence with “Killing Heroes,” one of the album’s more consistent and well-rounded tracks. In this explosive stadium-rocker, the riffs take all of the spotlight away from a rollicking drumbeat, with the vocal holding everything together in a sleek, streamlined arrangement of verses. As we transition […]

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16 July 2019

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“Endless” the new single from Still G & Slapy

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A formidable synth melody staggers its way into view against a backdrop of darkness in the first few moments that greet us in “Endless,” the new single from Still G & Slapy. It doesn’t take long for these talented Italian rappers, who are represented by the elite THOMAS Music & Arts’ Genialsong Group, to find […]

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16 July 2019

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Chris Douglas Debut Single Ain’t Getting Any Younger

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SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/album/5EsOQJiNbqw81mdU3uBOoQ?si=wT-LV9l7TtOUkh3fn7A-Hg No matter what your personal taste in music is, there’s definitely no arguing that summer has its own unique sound, different from pretty much any other time of year. For country music fans, summer is all about bonfire beats, old fashioned swing rhythms and the occasional burst of cathartic, overdriven twang, all of […]

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15 July 2019

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2.O.F.’s sensibly odd “Darling Anna” and its parent EP, The Machine

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Pop music is taking a turn towards the abstract in the late 2010s, and there aren’t many new singles out this summer that embody the trend better than 2.O.F.’s sensibly odd “Darling Anna” and its parent EP, The Machine. “Darling Anna” is, essentially, an exercise in surreal pop poetry flanked with an R&B-inspired groove, and though […]

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15 July 2019

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Wilhelm releases “Carpet” single

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Hiding in the shadows. Creeping through the darkness. Coming up behind us when we’re least expecting it. Singer/songwriter Wilhelm’s soft, eloquent vocal follows listeners as we wander down a sonic alleyway shrouded in black in “Carpet,” one of the cornerstone tracks of his new album Lace, which is out now and available everywhere that independent music […]

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15 July 2019

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The Lost Millions drop EP

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The ominous bassline of “See the Light” claws its way into the mix as The Lost Millions kick off their all-new extended play, Novellas Dantes, but its menacing, confident strut is only an appetizer for the deluge of distortion that’s about to come barreling out. Galloping drums usher us into a full-color spectacle of rebellious riff […]

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11 July 2019

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Ronin releases debut single

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SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/album/5EA6FSQuQ489bOrdCvJRSN 2019 has been a really interesting and diverse year for pop music. From hip-hop to R&B, alternative rock and even experimentalists in ambient and avant-garde music, there’s a lot for discriminating audio buffs to be excited about at the moment, and in an ironic twist, underground upstart Ronin is releasing a song that […]

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