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Seeing Hands – “I Knew You”

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Newcastle dream-pop act Seeing Hands have just released their debut single, “I Knew You.” Their jangly brand of shoegazy indie rock is defined by reverb soaked vocals and piercing, bell-tone guitars. Because of their dreamy, space-case style, Seeing Hands would appeal to fans of The War On Drugs, Turnover, and Wild Nothing. If you dig “I Knew…

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COTE – “London”

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COTE is a mysterious quintet who charmed us with the understated rock of “London.” About “London,” frontwoman Taryn Randall says, “I wrote [the song] over a period of two years, adding and reworking verses as my life continued to shift. Throughout that time, I always found myself returning to the same theme – the desire for…

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Audiobruz – “Believe”

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As a follow up to the immensely successful single “Blow,” Italian producer/one-man-band Audiobruz is back with another immense summer banger. “Believe” is his latest, a bass-heavy jam with obvious funk and electronic influences. Fans of Daft Punk or JUSTICE would surely dig Audiobruz’ heady vibes. “Believe” is free for a limited time only. Out now…

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Virgin of the Birds – “Spooky, Stony, Barely Over Thirty”

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Seattle trio Virgin of the Birds hit us up with the retro-flavored indie rock of “Spooky, Stony, Barely Over Thirty,” an ode to aging gracefully. With their imaginative verbiage and obscure pop culture references, the band treads a line between intimate, lo-fi pop and the occasional grandeur of early art-rock. Fans of M. Ward, The Velvet Underground,…

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Kady Rain – “R.A.D. Moves”

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Last time we heard from Texan songstress Kady Rain, we were crushing on her lighthearted single, “All I Ever Wanted.” She’s back with “R.A.D. Moves,” a continuation of her chokehold on the bubblegum pop genre. Fans of Katy Perry, Carly Rae Jepsen, and Miley Cyrus should look no further – “R.A.D. Moves” is about getting…

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VHS COLLECTION – “Ghost”

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“I feel it in my bones, all I need is you” pretty much sums up the yearning vibes on VHS COLLECTION‘s new jam, “Ghost.” “Ghost” is a straight up dance song set to live drums, giving it a unique, organic feel. The song is about the love/hate relationship that New York City folks have with their…

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Golden Suits – “Gold Feeling”

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Fred Nicolaus, co-founder of the band Department of Eagles and main force behind Golden Suits, has mostly been known for contemplative, folk-inflected music. His new track “Gold Feeling” is a feel-good jam about just wanting to dance. About the track, Nicolaus says, “I’m always complicating things in music and life by trying to be clever…

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KINLEY & Lonely Kid – “Blackbird 2.0”

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KINLEY (also a member of Hey! Rosetta) and Lonely Kid teamed up to produce “Blackbird 2.0” and we couldn’t be more jazzed. Lonely Kid was inspired by KINLEY’s song “Blackbird,” and created this upbeat dance edit as a result. We are particularly taken with the video, finding the duo biking around their hometown of Prince Edward Island, Canada,…

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CAPTIONS – “Bearfights”

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Captions is an LA act specializing in dreamy indie rock. Their latest single, “Bearfights,” is a spacey and angsty tune that channels their California roots. Their lustrous mid-tempo rock makes use of gently strummed guitars and strong vocal melodies. Recommended to fans of Band of Horses or Real Estate. Captions is due to put out their latest…

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Frank Ocean – blond

For most fans, the wait for new Frank Ocean has felt like more than just four years. However, four years is all it has been since his landmark debut album channel ORANGE firmly put him on the map. Much speculation and anticipation feverishly built up over that time span, with hints at new music along…

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