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Chelsea Wolfe - "16 Psyche" New Single Rocks Hard

Anyone who’s familiar with Chelsea Wolfe knows that dark, brooding, doom-ing and musing sounds are to be expected, and expected to sound awesome. In the new single “16 Psyche” all of those sounds get a hard rock touch, with more guitars and cymbals everywhere. All of this without loosing a touch of the darkness that makes...
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Stalagmites - "Binary"

Manchester’s Stalagmites present their captivating blend of alt-indie and dark pop with the release of their debut single “Binary” shared last week via Veta Records. Lead singer Bradley Lynch explains “Binary” is about “coming from a dark place and finding a way out, hoping it might be a simple switch but knowing it’s much more...
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Black Royal bring the grooves with "Dying Star" 7 inch

As the title states, Finnish metal outfit Black Royal‘s new 7″ is one groovy, infectious set of riffs.  Heavily influenced by blues and classic rock, the guitar lines are simple but very heavy. One can hear a lot of 70’s influence in the tracks, such as the easy to follow guitar lines, that makes one...
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Klangplanet - "Island"

Some songs can grab your attention and take you for a ride, they can make you imagine a thousand of different places and sensations. This is the case of “Island,” the third single off Klangplanet‘s debut EP, Electronic Journey. Klangplanet is the most recent musical project of musicologist Frieder Mollat, who has been active since the...
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Skogursson - "Morning Be Good"

Skogursson brings us beautiful ethereal and progressive melodies in his new track “Morning Be Good”. The song is an intriguing electronic composition that for moments reminds us to Tycho and Bonobo but maintaining a pretty unique personality and versatility. Jacob Skógursson is a musician and an architect based in Reykjavík, who combines both of these passions in his compositions....
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Bird Concerns - "Is this Really Love?"

“Is This Really Love?” is a delicate rock pop balad by Los Angeles based quartet Bird Concerns. The song, that also has the spirit of a love song from the 50’s, is the title track of the band’s sophomore EP, released in March.  “Love is a slow walk through a dark forest with a warm burning...
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PRIYYA - "Golden Child"

~ You’re an expat in a faraway land, lonely and thirsty… You’re walking down dark streets when you stumble upon a small red wooden door wedged into a mountainside. You step in, layers of hanging silk brush your face as you make your way through the entrance hallway, cigarette and incense smoke filling your lungs....
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The Cats Never Sleep - “Wide Open”

Five cuties trying to dance in a cheesy green-screen-soccer-themed video? Yes, please! In “Wide Open,” The Cats Never Sleep muse over our magical lady parts over lazy, dreamy and jangly instrumentals — it’s contemporary seduction at its finest. On a more technical note, their music pulls influence from German Krautrock to progressive pop to Fela...
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Foreign Architects - "Poisonous Pill"

Foreign Architects is Australian duo Matt Burke (vocals/guitar) and Andrew Barnett (percussion). They’ve been in the scene since 2013, and just independently released a single, “Poisonous Pill,” last month. With an organic, wave-like psychedelia infused into slightly moody vocals and electric guitar strums, “Poisonous Pill” is familiar to those fans of Tame Impala and Mac DeMarco. “This...
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EONS - "Make up Sex"

Miami based synth-pop band is back this Valentine’s Day with their single “Make up Sex,” an electro-pop balad reminiscent to The 1975 and St. Lucia. This is the second song that the band releases featuring new singer Ariel Morer, who teamed up with founding members Johnny D. and Matty G. The song follows the lines...
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The Captain’s Son - “Walking Around Purposely”

The Captain’s Son emit warm sunset rays of laid-back musical goodness with “Walking Around Purposely.” Inspired by analogue recordings and 60’s California pop, it’s what an afternoon on the beach would look like if it were a song… “I just sit and watch the world go by,” they say, and who doesn’t want to just...
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Mookhi - “Foul Play ft. Billy Fox”

Mookhi’s ‘Foul Play’ is her debut release, but this is hardly noticeable given the meticulousness of its production. Created on a plane and even including sampled sounds from the flight, the layering is lush and sensuous, with a fleshy mixture of bass and ethereal elements, and rounded off with heartfelt vocals by Billy Fox. The...
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