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Why a fox – “we hate it here”

One man band Why a fox is retiring from music, but not before he releases the last two songs he has left. “We hate it here” is the first of the two songs from the Austrailian artist. Originally from Brisbane, Why a fox has made his way around Japan, settling down in Fukushima and had…

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argonaut&wasp- “Prove It to You”

“Prove It to You,” a new track from argonaut&wasp, is pretty much as close to indietronica as musicians can get. The Brooklyn duo follows on the trail of bands like Hot Chip with the track’s undulating rhythm and velvety vocal stylings. The song oozes confidence, with a cool-as-can-be assertion of “let’s get it on,” while…

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The Hubbards – “Easy Go”

Leeds-based four-piece The Hubbards released the second single “Easy Go.”  The Hubbards released Body Confident on September 27 through Scruff of the Neck Records. Gaining notice from supports slots for Foals and The 1975, the band has enjoyed a nice transition to the mainstream. With a punchy guitar and smooth transitional vocals, the band encompasses…

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Canshaker Pi – “Pressure From Above”

Amsterdam quartet Canshaker Pi bring out heavy Dutch rock influences in their new single “Pressure From Above.” The single will be released on November 3 via RIP Records.  Canshaker Pi has also announced a UK tour in December, including  supporting dates with The Cribs in London, Manchester, Glasgow and Leeds. The influences in production from Pavement’s…

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Bryde – “Desire”

Welsh songwriter Bryde employs her newest single “Desire” as a means to grapple with impulsiveness and the by-any-means-necessary approach to self-gratification inherent in humankind.  As told by the song’s ardently delivered lyrics, “we tie ourselves up and we tear ourselves down” while “we paint our faces and we tear our hair out” all in the…

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Johnny Paglino- “Psalms on Contempt and Incarceration”

Seasoned Floridian recording artist Johnny Paglino holds no reservations about expletives, it seems. But considering his aim was to write a breakup album with America, tackling such subject matter as child trafficking and oppression, why would he? His time in jail and vigilance toward what he views, in so many words, as the declining state…

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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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Buffalo

Rust Belt Brigade Release Spin on “Low Bridge (Erie Canal)”

Buffalo’s own Rust Belt Brigade have released a new single from their forthcoming release Rhythm & Roll. This track is their take on the classic regional folk tune “Low Bridge (Erie Canal),” a song familiar to many of those who’ve attended grade school in western New York. Originally a folk-punk duo, Rust Belt Brigade is shifting…

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Madeleine McQueen – “Wildfire”

Rochester-born singer/songwriter Madeleine McQueen specializes in upbeat pop rock, notably evident in her latest single “Wildfire.” About the song, Madeline says, “I wrote “Wildfire” when I was drunk one night and being a bitch. It’s pretty upbeat and catchy with some deeper and darker lyrics to contrast that.” We couldn’t have said it better ourselves – recommended…

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Tesse – “I’ll Tell You In The Morning”

Tesse is the collaborative project of Sydney-based songwriter Tom Stephens… His songs are brooding alt-folk compositions, centered around acoustic guitar riffs and peppered with flavors of baritone guitar and piano. “I’ll Tell You In The Morning” is the first offering from his yet-to-be-released debut; it explores the complexities and monotony of an unstable relationship. Stay up…

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