Album of the Week

The Hamiltones – The Shape of Walter

Creeping out of the shadows for some fun in the sun are spooky surf rockers, The Hamiltones, with their tubular new instrumental EP, The Shape of Walter. Having risen out of the Buffalo party scene like a Chubbies-clad Dracula from his coffin, this cheerfully eerie trio has crafted a rad 4-track record that perfectly captures…

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Mammoth Grinder – “We Must Bleed”

Never sleep again with the dominating new track and Germs cover, “We Must Bleed,” from Austin death metal lords, Mammoth Grinder. Singer/bassist Chris Ulsh’s (Power Trip, Impalers) full-throated growls and shrieks petrify a deafening, breakneck beat driven by drummer Ryan Parrish’s (Iron Reagan, Darkest Hour) blasting punk percussions. This suffocating cacophony builds to and ends…

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Diabolic & Vanderslice – “Think of That”

Underground heavyweight emcee, Diabolic, teams up with death-defying producer, Vanderslice, in the visuals for their new joint, “Think of That.” Fresh off their collaborative album, Collusion, the infamous Long Island battle rapper comes out swinging with braggadocios and disrespectful bars that are sharp and, at times, hilarious. Laid underneath like a subway track is Vanderslice’s…

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Airplane Man – “Borderline”

Airplane Man drops off their euphoric new single, “Borderline,” a retro synth-pop track that will melt your brain from sheer joy. The multihyphenate duo of Daniel Feldman and Tim Sommers architect a neon new wave beat that’s overjoyed with funky bass lines, hyper-metronomic drums and a hysterically catchy chorus. ADHD be damned; grab hold of…

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Satin Jackets – “Just Like You”

German nu-disco producer, Satin Jackets, releases his excellent new single, “Just Like You,” a dance track so addictive you’d think the Sackler family was behind it. Off the artist’s recently released sophomore album, Solar Nights, this fizzy, effervescent beat will sweep you off your feet and onto the dance floor with bubbly guest vocals that…

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Chateau Chateau – “Burn Me Alive”

Feel the burn with Tucson, AZ indie poppers, Chateau Chateau, and their cheerfully deranged new single, “Burn Me Alive.” Off their upcoming EP to be released later this year, this addictive and funky track is indie pop on speed with over-caffeinated riffs, hyper synths, jittery drums and sing-a-long vocals. Clear the rest of your day…

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TWENTYFOUR – “Fast Food”

New emcee on the block, TWENTYFOUR, spits some food for thought in the visuals for his latest laidback head-nodder, “Fast Food.” It’s hard to stand out and be heard in the crowded and oversaturated hip-hop community, but the young artist takes on the challenge wholeheartedly with rapid-fire flows and thought-provoking bars. Spin it below and…

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The Silver Lake Chorus – “Tabu”

Drop what you’re doing and check out the captivating new single, “Tabu,” from LA indie-pop ensemble, The Silver Lake Chorus, ASAP. Written by Van Dyke Parks, this blissful, moonlit rendition will set your spirit soaring with a lush concert of Copacabana instrumentals, gripping vocals and swooning harmonies. It’s chicken soup for the ears and soul…

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Tracy Irve – “Games”

Gothenburg’s own Tracy Irve debut their latest single, “Games,” an exhilarating moonlight electro-pop song that can’t be missed. Sibling duo Linnea and Alexander Herlogsson combine siren vocals with a magnetic neon dance beat. This is something Knight Rider would bump while flooring it down a dark, lonely highway. Throw on your driving gloves and dancing…

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The Moonjacks – “Cigarettes”

The boisterous new track, “Cigarettes,” from California rock and roll three-piece, The Moonjacks, is one you have to hear. This fuzzy, lo-fi track was recorded in their bedroom and features slurring vocals drunkenly wandering over a catchy and loud as hell beat. Its evergreen riffs are a highlight and will take you on a punk…

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