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Frøkedal – “I Don’t Care”

“I Don’t Care,” a new song from Norwegian folk-rock singer-songwriter Anne Lise Frøkedal, is surely as splendid and catchy a little ditty as you’ll come across today, as it expounds a pervading sense of innocence and excitement. It shows shades of She & Him in its playful tone but rocks just a little bit harder….

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Pizzagirl – “Seabirds”

Pizzagirl’s new track “Seabirds” is a serene gift from the multi-talented Liverpool lad who goes by the aforementioned pseudonym. It’s an endlessly fun and listenable but emotional guided journey through a 1980s-influenced soundscape. However, like every intuitive descendent of that culture, Pizzagirl manages to capture something fresh, as the song’s echoing vocals and fresh, shimmying…

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The Gloomies – “Tiger”

“Tiger” by Californian duo The Gloomies starts with a distant but steadily approaching guitar-led melody, which flowers into a thumping beat accompanied by (fittingly) gloomy, reflective lyrics tackling the end of laughter, the breakdown of seemingly everything in one’s life and the feeling of losing stride. The chorus gives off a touch of life amidst…

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I Know The Chief – “Saudade”

Melbourne, Australia’s I Know the Chief boogies down with the new recording of their live favorite, “Saudade,” like a chrome-dipped John Travolta in “Saturday Night Fever.” This pastel and palm trees disco track features fuzzy vocals, handclap drum machines and phantasmic synths out the wazoo. Give this ecstatic listen a play below and grab a…

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Francis – “All I Want”

Swedish indie veterans, Francis, resurface and drop off their enchantingly atmospheric new single, “All I Want.” Their latest pop track features singer Petra Mases’ gentle and compelling vocals leading the sounds of rhythmic riffs, lucid keys and punchy percussions like a fresh stream running through a lush, tranquil forest. This combination ebbs and flows, starting…

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Buffalo

Yellow House Drop Fuzzy New EP

Yellow House have been a buffaBLOG favorite since their 2016 debut. After a short period of inactivity, the self-proclaimed “overblown shoegaze” act is back, boasting the blend of shoegaze-meets-punk-meets-emo that we’ve all come to love and expect from them. Their latest offering is entitled III, a four-song EP that is as refreshingly simple as it is…

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Morning Wars – “Runaway”

Syracuse four-piece, Morning Wars, is back with the new single, “Runaway,” a raucous alt-rock track that will leave you chasing streetcars and adventure. After forming in 2016 in the dorms of Syracuse University, Morning Wars developed their distinct sound by peppering alternative melodies with surfer and psych rock sensibilities. The results, as heard in their…

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Foresteater – “Pretend Land”

Phoenix, AZ’s singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Mikey Pro, brings us “Pretend Land,” a sugary and delightful new single from his candygrunge act, Foresteater. The track features bubblegummy, yet despondent vocals floating over a tie dyed smorgasbord of pop-rock melodies that crest with an irreverent sing-a-long chorus making for a catchy, ironic listen. Indulge your sweet…

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Jet Rewind – “Stereo”

Stockholm’s Jet Rewind dish out indie rock reminiscent of a simpler time in “Stereo.” With a moniker derived from a VCR function, this band is clearly in touch with the glory of the past, adding a rose colored tint to that old school roll of film. This track centers on the idea of letting loose and…

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Rally Club – “Space”

The story of San Diego band Rally Club is about as wholesome as they come, formed organically out of a college camaraderie of being that guy with a guitar at a party. Several years and a couple more bandmates later, Rally Club have moved from their cheap beer-fueled cover band days to a full-fledged indie…

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