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Max García Conover – “Streetlights”

Max García Conover, a folk songwriter and one-man band based out of Maine, describes this track as a “memory – the beautiful, tragic capacity we have for carrying around little remnants of ourselves.” After lulling listeners into an atmospheric dreamscape, Max’s warm sing-talk vocals reflect on the past, vividly painting impressions of fleeting imagery, glimpses…

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Post Romance – “Drive in the Night”

Hailing from Hamilton, ON in the Great White North comes Post Romance with a remastered track featuring their signature “happy sad power pop” sound. Melodic guitar riffs and sing-along vocals provide an escape from this subzero winter that will have you feeling like you’re cruising down a night’s road with the beach in the air…

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Kasbo – “Aldrig Mer (ft. TENDER)”

Swedish wunderkind, Kasbo, graces us with this single off his upcoming March 23rd debut LP Place We Don’t Know. Guest vocals from TENDER echo off Kasbo’s atmospheric, electronic-popcorn beat and crescendos into an infectious, feel-good chipmunk dance party chorus. Armed with this track and an upcoming headline US tour, Kasbo looks poised to takeover the…

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Wanderwild – “In Due Time”

Indie-pop band Wanderwild are fresh out of the gates with a new album, the nine-song In Due Time. We’re here to draw attention to the title-track, an explosive blast of dream-pop that blends reverby guitar work with cathartic lyrics that touch on themes of loss, love, and life’s meaning and purpose. Fans of Young The Giant, Bleachers, or Cold…

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Pizzagirl – “Favourite Song”

“For best results, listen in 1987 at night…” Pizzagirl nailed it on the self-reflection when referring to his latest single, “Favourite Song.” Beyond the warm bedroom-pop vibes, “Favourite Song” has an instantly recognizable chorus utilizing plenty of “do-do-dos.” Not to mention the irresistibly retro vibes that propel the song. Fans of 80s synthpop or emotional…

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Wild Child – “Sinking Ship”

Austin TX act Wild Child recently caught our ears with the gentle musings of “Sinking Ship.” The sparse, stripped-down track features a beautiful performance from singer Kelsey Wilson, who says the song was inspired by a Shel Silverstein book about love and loss. A gently strummed acoustic guitar is her main accompaniment, peppered with moments of piano…

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Western Scene – “Strange but True”

Western Scene wastes no time getting things going on their self-produced new track “Strange but True.” It’s a hit right on the mark from this Los Angeles-based quintet, a true gem packed with immediacy and power. This exertion of energy is contained well enough during the verses and then bursts out like a rush of…

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Afformance – “Perspectivism”

Emerging from Athens, Greece, rock band Afformance cook up a tune for the ages with “Perspectivism,” an instrumental put out this past fall in accordance with the release of their record Pop Nihilism. “Perspectivism” is a display of sensational rhythm and chemistry among gifted performers. The beginning of the track possesses all the suspense of…

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The Moonlight Club – “Are You Up?”

Montreal-based alternative rock group The Moonlight Club have presented quite the treat with their new single “Are You Up?” The track conjoins folk undertones with the marvels of new wave and pop. This engagement of sounds has all the hallmarks of certain top-shelf acts of decades past, like The Go-Betweens or Echo & The Bunnymen….

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Car Seat Headrest – “Nervous Young Inhumans”

The latest offering from Car Seat Headrest’s reputable catalog is more pop-oriented than most anything Will Toledo and the band have put out in past years. Whereas a good amount of their surrounding output has a foundational punk edge or overarching touch of influence from whimsical indie rock precursors like The Kinks, “Nervous Young Inhumans”…

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