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Gatch – “Time Goes On”

Boston based indie rocker Gatch writes paradoxically sad beach music – case in point his catchy new jam, “Time Goes On.” Gatch backs up his simple vox with squiggly keyboards and a drum loop that brings early 90s pop music to mind. It’s a summery song with a retro feel that gave us that beachy…

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Costa Coast – “Hereditary”

If you’re a fan of mad flow and breakneck beats, we recommend the latest from Costa Coast. The New Jersey native caught our ears with “Hereditary” – Costa’s aggressive style and nimble rhymes propel this one forward at maximum intensity. Be sure to stick around for the earworm “da na na na na” (and ras…

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KYTES – “Alright”

Feel the burn with the vibrant new visuals for the single, “Alright,” from German indie electronica aces, KYTES. This feel-good dance track will give you a reason to smile with its catchy and bombastic beat wrapped up in a positive and carefree message. This breath of fresh air is one you’ll definitely want to add…

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The Harmaleighs – “Don’t Panic”

Nashville’s female indie pop duo, The Harmaleighs, swoop in with their sleepy and folky new single, “Don’t Panic.” Off their upcoming and deeply personal concept album, She Won’t Make Sense, this somber bedroom tune strikes a chord with emotionally intimate vocals and Americana instrumentals. Check it out below. She Won’t Make Sense is our August…

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Sleepy Soul – “Still Can’t Dance”

Sleepy Soul is a mysterious duo who mixes a bit of soul, a bit of funk, and a touch of indie into their electronic jams. We’ve been jamming on “Still Can’t Dance,” which is a really cool song on its own (think Sylvan Esso or Phantogram), but it’s truly set off by its inspirational music…

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Bodywash – “Reverie”

Montreal act Bodywash slid their washy brand of indie rock directly into our inboxes… And it worked out for them. “Reverie” starts out with a Radiohead-esque riff layered thick with synth pads but quickly adds a buoyant bass riff and tight drums to give it a feel of their own. This one is a happy juxtaposition…

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Jejune Stars – “Concrete Bedsheets”

Jejune Stars ain’t just a Bright Eyes song anymore – it’s actually a gauzy, shoegazy indie rock act from San Antonio, whose “Concrete Bedsheets” has been rubbing us in all the right ways. Pair off-in-the-distance vocals with warbly, swirly guitars; washy drums; a smattering of keyboard; and an omnipresent bass thump. The vaguely lo-fi approach…

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Halfloves – “Small Hours”

Indie electropop is the bees knees – especially when it plays with funky time signatures. Halfloves is a quintet from Iowa, and their latest jam, “Small Hours,” kicks right off with a 10 beat rhythm. Beyond that ear-catching switch up in feel, the song is a pulsating, indie rock/synth pop hybrid, pairing a hooky chorus…

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Neon Guava – “Cloud9”

There’s something to be said about genuine music made in the comfort and solitude of a bedroom – case in point Neon Guava and the lo-fi chillfest that is “Cloud9.” Neon Guava is actually a 20-year-old broke accountant trying to do something great (aren’t we all?); “Cloud9” is his simple but v-vibey love song about feeling…

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The Vaughns – “50%”

There’s something inherently infectious about New Jersey indie rockers The Vaughns and their catchy brand of indie pop. Our suggestion: check out the vibrant bounce of “50%,” which caught our ears with its bubbly, plucky guitar riff and singer Anna Lies’ lilting vocals. If you like what you hear, make sure you check The Vaughns out…

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