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Jet Rewind – “Stereo”

Stockholm’s Jet Rewind dish out indie rock reminiscent of a simpler time in “Stereo.” With a moniker derived from a VCR function, this band is clearly in touch with the glory of the past, adding a rose colored tint to that old school roll of film. This track centers on the idea of letting loose and…

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Rally Club – “Space”

The story of San Diego band Rally Club is about as wholesome as they come, formed organically out of a college camaraderie of being that guy with a guitar at a party. Several years and a couple more bandmates later, Rally Club have moved from their cheap beer-fueled cover band days to a full-fledged indie…

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Someone – “Chain Reaction”

Pop songstress Tessa Rose Jackson wrangles anonymity and a fresh start in her newest project, Someone. After years of working in TV and film composition, Jackson trades in her quirky singer-songwriter pop sensibilities for transcendent production and an innovative dose of synthesizer. Her latest single, “Chain Reaction,” showcases the evolution of TRJ into Someone, combining the…

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Polychrome – “Final Kiss”

East-London’s Polychrome dive headfirst into the synth-dominated cinematic pop scene with their debut single, “Final Kiss.” Blending the picturesque production stylings of M83 with the tender vocal delivery of Rostam, the newly formed partnership stretches its legs, providing a fresh take on an increasingly saturated side of the genre. Coming together in the wake of former…

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Dead Sea – “Know Where”

French four-piece Dead Sea carve another notch in their single-releasing bedpost with their latest cosmic number, “Know Where.” This band of Parisians combines seeping synth lines and cavernous percussion with beaming guitars and feather-soft vocals, toeing the line between invigorating artpop and spacey shoegaze. As their third single to date, Dead Sea take on a sunny, buoyant…

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Kasbo – “Over You (feat. Frida Sundemo)

Swedish production prodigy Kasbo rallies for his recent debut album release with his single “Over You (feat. Frida Sundemo.)” The track takes on a bittersweet tint thematically analogous with the full record, mixing in hues of uplifting melodic lines and twinkling synths to underscore optimism. Sundemo’s vocals help to hit a stride between consolatory and…

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Ossa – “Echoes”

Indie rock trio Ossa channel some astral dream pop vibes in their single “Echoes.” The Providence, Rhode Island-based rockers string together fuzz guitars, halcyon synths, and binding group vocal refrains to set sail towards a breezy, calming tomorrow. It hits the sweet spot between drowsy and feel-good, setting the soundtrack for the sun soaked lazy…

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Sweeney – “King Shit Pt. 2”

Budding Boulder, Colorado hip hop act Sweeney hits the ground running in his latest track “King Shit Pt. 2.” Praised for his adaptive style and versatility, Sweeney channels crafty lyricism and a beat-driven flow into every corner of this track, looping it all in seamlessly from beginning to end. By no means a newcomer to…

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Group Photos – “In The Morning”

Indie rock four piece Group Photos head up their recent EP release with their track “In The Morning.” Channeling a bit of their native California surf rock, the band funnel in sunny guitar lines with contrastingly dark, lo-fi vocals and snappy drum work. The effect is a progressively brooding sound, somewhere on the alt rock…

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FRAUDS – “Nobody”

Parisian indie pop trio FRAUDS follow up their 2017 EP release with a moody new single, “Nobody.” This track explores the full breadth of new age synth domination, weaving in layers of buzzing bass lines, thematic chord progressions, and glittery arpeggios. Riding the ebb and flow of the soundscape, the vocals act as the glue…

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