Posts tagged "rock"
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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Surfer Blood Shares "Taking Care Of Eddy" Video

Surfer Blood has released the video for their single “Taking Care Of Eddy”. When talking about the video co-director Niko Guardia said, “The main idea with the Taking Care of Eddy video was to match the intense energy in parts of the song, juxtaposed with the pretty and soothing melodies. We wanted the world within music...
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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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VINILOVERSUS - "Disintegrate Me"

VINILOVERSUS is a five piece rock band from Venezuela that after moving to Miami are getting ready to share their first album in English. Their single “Disintegrate Me” was released today and combines the band’s Latin American rock roots with folk and pop, adding a little bit to psychedelia to the mix. If you live...
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Drab Habit - "Epic"

There’s something beautiful and heroic about the violin, especially when heard in a track like “Epic.” It softens the almost ominous bassline and stabbing guitar riffs, with the echoed rim-shots giving this gesture a cinematic feel. It surely lives up to its title. Drab Habit is a solo project by Irish, London-based multi-instrumentalist David Qadir....
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Slows Down Shares EP 3

Slows Down is the musical pseudonym of British Berlin-based DIY solo artist and multi-instrumentalist Alexander Hawthorne. Recorded in isolation in his Berlin studio, the self-released EP 3 presents a condensation of Slows Down’s disparate styles and atmospheres, from choral chamber music, to blissed-out surf, to soupy psychedelic rock, to frazzled noise pop. Besides a few...
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Jacuzzi Boys: Early Days and Latest Music

If you have been around Miami or South Florida in general for any amount of time, the name Jacuzzi Boys will definitely be familiar. The Miami based trio has been dropping their unique style of rock since 2007. The sound of their music is easily recognizable, a combination of beach rock, indie, garage, grunge, and...
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Lauren Ruth Ward - “Make Love To Myself”

Lauren Ruth Ward is the next femme-fatale of the indie rock music scene, and her latest single, “Make Love To Myself,” is a testament to the ‘don’t-f*ck-with-me’ attitude in the form of a blues-infused gritty rock jam. But beautiful faces aside, it’s her voice that steals the scene, especially at minute 2:13. And after you...
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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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TREADS - "IDK Fun"

Upbeat and energetic are a good way to describe “IDK Fun”, a punk-rock track with a few tinges of grunge,  full of distorted guitars, fun grooves and raw lyrics. Treads brings us a serious dose of fun nights and crazy mosh pits. The track immediately takes you to crowded bars with loud music and lot of...
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Night Drive - “Rise and Fall”

Energetic yet tranquil and emotive, Night Drive’s “Rise and Fall” guides us through the unsteady stages of nostalgia. Starting off with moving synths and drum beats, the track gradually intensifies — an experience similar to stepping harder and harder on the gas pedal while driving through a city highway, with lights blurring into one streak....
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