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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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Datura Daydream - “Sea Six”

Datura is a plant with a flower known for its delirious and hallucinatory effects, and the experience it produces is much like an intense daydream that is impossible to snap out of, much less know you’re in it. Then there is Datura Daydream, a musical version of this experience. “Sea Six” is just a beautiful...
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Low Hum - “Strange Love”

It’s almost impossible to understand our twisted attraction to dangerous things. Of course, the immediate pleasure of an adrenaline rush is sometimes more than enough to justify it, but these dangerous things often reveal truths about nature and ourselves. Low Hum channels this attraction with “Strange Love”, inspired by the artist’s relationship with the ocean....
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Arbo - "Thick Lenses"  [PREMIER]

Here at Too Much Love we’re happy to bring you “Thick Lenses”, the latest track by Arbo. A Purchase College (SUNY) graduate, his music is full of deep, lush and intense sounds, resulting in music that is full of sound but not crowded. Everything fits together like a jigsaw puzzle. “Thick Lenses is a song is about...
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The Braves - "Black Mass"

The Braves are exactly what you hope to hear when a friend drags you out to a bar with live music and you don’t know what to expect. Simple, fun, theatrical and overall well performed. The trio from Melbourne (Australia) has had several recognitions there, and now bring us “Black Mass”, with a fun, black and...
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