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Mr. Witch – “Feelin Fine” ft. Devin Lucien & Akira the Don

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With an awesome stereo mix, dance-y trap production, and ferocious rapping, Mr. Witch’s “Feelin Fine” concoction has got your ears covered. Devin Lucien and Akira the Don contribute vocals to the evolving beat. The front half of the track is a culmination of energy, with some “I’m feelin fine today” chants and pitched-down vocals from Lucien…

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CHALK – “Together”

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CHALK are a London based indie/electronica band formed last year. Having played as separate singer-songwriters for some time, the duo decided to join forces, drop the acoustic guitars, and pick up some synths. CHALK takes an upbeat approach to electronica, using loops, synth tricks, and vocal processing that pairs nicely with their highly singable hooks and choruses….

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Ghost King – “Till You Belong To Me”

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Muddy fuzz rockers Ghost King hail from The Bronx and are led by Spires’ drummer Carter McNeil. Their fuzzy brand of 90s rock is brightened up by unexpected chord changes, psychedelic overtones, and lo-fi production that Fans of Pavement, The Pixies, or Violent Femmes would be into. Their video for “Till You Belong To Me”…

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Head North Releases New Music Video for “God (Bring It Back)”

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Buffalo cosmic rockers Head North are back with a new video for their quasi-folk song, “God (Bring It Back).” The song seems like a true departure from their previous efforts, with frontman Brent J. Martone’s classic emo slur serving as a lone reminder of what the band once was. This time around, “God (Bring It Back)”…

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Lenno – “Some Lovin'”

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Finnish producer Lenno hit us up with “Some Lovin’” and we’ve been lovin’ on it. Lenno’s use of rolling bass lines and glittering synths helps him navigate the balance between club banger and radio pop gem. Fans of pop/electropop a la The Knocks, Madeon, or Oliver Nelson would enjoy Lenno’s jams. Follow the link here if you want…

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Exit Glaciers – “Silence Has Left”

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Exit Glaciers are a female-fronted indie rock act from Texas, but their band name and music are more reminiscent of the frigid landscapes of Alaska (which is telling, as their name and sound were developed there). Their new EP Debris features the song “Silence Has Left,” which caught our ears for it’s Fleetwood Mac-style intensity and frontwoman…

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KOWL – “Struggle Pt. 1”

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Australian producer KOWL, AKA Cal Young, branched out on his own to develop his personal brand of pop. KOWL combines the creativity of hardware and select sound formats and melds them together with a true, pop sensibility. Imagine driving down a highway in a vintage sports car with nobody in sight – “Struggle Pt. 1”…

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Rudy & The Dunk Reactions – “Believe”

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Realistically, Rudy & The Dunk Reactions‘ new video could go viral on its own, sans his catchy brand of funk pop. Rudy is actually a producer from Seattle, and his video for “Believe” is full of charming, dancing animals. Do we really need to say anymore? We must – Rudy mashes obscure disco samples, funktastic bass, and…

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Pusher – “Tell You (feat. Hunnah)”

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Toronto producer Pusher teamed up with vocalist Hunnah for his latest single, “Tell You.” “Tell You” has some serious R&B vibes, pairing Hunnah’s soulful delivery with synth tones reminiscent of pop music from the early to mid 90s. “Tell You” has a bouncy piano throughout, giving the track a particularly unique feel. Fans of 90s pop/R&B or…

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Alexa Lusader – “Paradise”

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22-year-old Alexa Lusader dropped out of college a few years ago to pursue music. We’re feeling her decision, as it resulted in the pulsing pop music of “Paradise.” If you’re feeling frisky, this is definitely the jam for you. Alexa combines some hot n’ heavy lyrics with a throbbing beat and quivering synths… That’s probably…

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