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Rose Tiger – “Submarine (Where Have You Been?)”

Rose Tiger delves into his personal brand of DIY new wave, set to the glitter and pastel of the video for his single “Submarine (Where Have You Been?)” Vetting a reverence for 1980’s British electropop, 90’s synthwave, and vintage anime soundscapes, Wendy Killmann as Rose Tiger explores the glory of electronica past, while embracing an independent,…

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FEVA – “Blind”

Newcastle indie rock four-piece FEVA are off to a fierce start with the release of their debut single, “Blind.” Despite their recent outset, the band has already generated a buzz around the UK with nods from Huw Stephens of BBC Radio 1 and notable festival placements. For fans of Young The Giant and Cold War…

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Marti West – “Feels Like Home”

Folk singer-songwriter Marti West binds together nature, emotion, and ethereal melodies in his latest track “Feels Like Home.” The English troubadour relaid his roots in Göteborg, Sweden, where his rustically layered ballads began to take shape. “Feels Like Home” conjures comparisons to the songs of Elliot Smith or Sufjan Stevens, as whispery vocal harmonies and nimble acoustic guitar…

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NightPulse – “Delirious”

NightPulse draws the femme fatale archetype into the modern nightlife scene in the video for her track “Delirious.” A sultry slice of electropop, Lena Zawaidah as NightPulse sheds her inhibitions on the dance floor, set to brassy synths and a sizzling beat. As her debut single, “Delirious” brings the heat while being nonchalant about it, like…

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Dutch Party – “Now And Later”

L.A. alt pop band Dutch Party blend a soft spot for analog with enduring, beachy melodies in their single “Now And Later.” Bubbly guitar lines and a running bass breathe life into the track, while frontman Ken Franklin’s gravelly vocals smooth over all edges. Citing inspiration from David Bowie and The Beatles, Dutch Party set…

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Kisnue – “Different”

Sweeping electropop duo Kisnue are currently riding the high of their recent EP release, with their track “Different” popping up at the forefront. Taking cues from vibing 80’s synthpop, the track funnels in airy vocal pairings, animating guitar lines, and dreamy layers of synths to form a peaceful yet electrifying dance track. At the crossroads…

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Pale Grey – “Seasons”

Belgium’s Pale Grey throw another piece of dreamy indie pop our way with their latest single, “Seasons.” The trio seamlessly capture the wistfulness of nostalgia, reflecting on the past as if casually flipping through the pages of a photo album. The track ties in muted guitar melodies, buzzing synths, and silky smooth vocals to create…

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Kingdom of Birds – “Tired”

At first listen, Kingdom of Birds have the sound of a delicately refined band that’s been playing together for several years. The Toronto trio have a way of drawing in intrinsic guitar lines, rolling drum tracks, wispy vocals, and an ever-building song structure that musicians three times their age have yet to master. The band’s…

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Arms Akimbo – “Parachute”

L.A. indie rock outfit Arms Akimbo bring a softness to their alternative edge with their new single “Parachute.” The foursome joined forces after studying recording at Loyola Marymount University, where they would combine their varying musical backgrounds to draw up the band’s premiere EP in 2015. Since then, Arms Akimbo have amassed a reputation for…

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clawmachine – “Notion”

Vivid psych pop experimentalist Dylan Lindquist pens another chapter in his collaborative musical adventure as clawmachine with a new track: “Notion.” Spearheaded by the lyricism and vocal stylings of fellow Gold Coaster Whitney Veitch, the pair put their heads together to create the melodic equivalent of distinct gratification. “Notion” draws fuzzy bass lines, fluttering synths,…

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