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Dagan Harding Band – “I Learned How”

Growing up is hard to do, but there’s always a silver lining. Singer, songwriter and producer, Dagan Harding, reflects on this very idea with his band of indie rockers on their rowdy, new single, “I Learned How.” With an age-defying rock beat, Harding provides matter-of-fact lyrics about how life has changed since his humble musical…

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Tella Viv – “No, No, No, No”

Delivered all the way from Stockholm and fresh off their recently released EP, Happy Doomsday, comes Tella Viv’s quirky new single, “No, No, No, No.” This playful indie pop track features a melody that’s as catchy as it is bouncy complete with a surfer-rock twang and energizing vocals. Give this fun, carefree track a listen…

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Caelo – “How Does it Feel”

Caelo, the alt-rock trio from Cape Town, South Africa, release their highly kinetic B-side, “How Does it Feel.” After being left off their debut EP, Visions, this electrifying track is thankfully now seeing the light of day and will send shivers down your spine. With a rocking cacophony of instruments colliding with each other like…

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Vincent John – “Beverly Hills”

Philly soul and R&B crooner, Vincent John, charms us with his new retro dance track, “Beverly Hills.” In tribute to the glamorous, yet vapid LA enclave, this dreamy new offering features a seductive, synth-driven beat rich with soul-whispering vocals that would make Prince raise a curious eyebrow. Lyrically however, John weaves a heartbreaking experience of…

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Willie Breeding – “Goodbye to All of That”

Pack your bags and embark on a whimsical indie rock journey with Nashville’s Willie Breeding on his new single, “Goodbye to All of That.” This is the second single off his debut solo album, Big Sky, that reflects bittersweetly on departing New York City to return to his Southern roots. Featuring a sprawling, melodic soundscape…

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Rochester

Katie Preston Drops Single “The Art of Falling Apart”

Singer-songwriter Katie Preston has officially released her first solo single. “The Art of Falling Apart” comes in advance of a full EP titled Soap Opera, due out later this year. Preston has been a fixture in the Rochester, NY music scene, appearing in various bands, but noticeable for her tenure with rock group Pleistocene. She…

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Hales Corner – “Welcome”

Indiana indie rockers, Hales Corner, chills us out with the single, “Welcome,” off their upcoming self-titled album. Like rain on a Hawaiian vacation, this laidback, hammock-swinging track features an island breeze melody overcast with pessimistic, drunk-off-pina-coladas vocals. Give yourself a break from the grueling rat race and waste some time with this lazy listen below….

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Genra – “Sayonara”

Oakland emcee, Genra, comes to us dressed for a funeral with his macabre new record, “Sayonara.” This cold, stripped down beat is one in mourning and despair with Genra spitting the eulogy in a breathless flow like a running faucet of raps and word play. Dedicated to the hustle and the hard work that comes…

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Rubblebucket – “Fruity”

Brooklyn indie-pop vets, Rubblebucket, are back with vibrant visuals for their cheery new single, “Fruity.” Off their upcoming LP, Sun Machine, the duo brings us a featherweight dance track accentuated with jazzy elements and singer Kalmia Traver’s soft-spoken vocals making for a jubilant listen. If you’re looking for something to dance along to like no…

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Elevator Fight Club – “Call Me”

Elevator Fight Club are a fresh new act from Jupiter… Florida that is. The four-piece has come out swinging with the jittery indie rock of “Call Me.” Pairing dance-style drums with thumping bass, frantic guitar, and soaring, yelp-esque vocals, these guys remind us of Bombay Bicycle Club or Clap Your Hands Say Yeah. Give this fledgling…

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