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Over The Trees – “Dirt From Yesterday”

Ooooh yeah, we’re digging Norwegian indie rockers Over The Trees, especially their latest jam, “Dirt From Yesterday.” The quintet combines vibes from bands like Radiohead, Sigur Ros, and Blonde Redhead, making “Dirt From Yesterday” into a swirly and fuzzy wall of sound. The lilting falsetto vocal melodies are just the cherry on top. Keep your…

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Dan San – “The Call”

Belgian act Dan San recently sent us the music video for their latest single, “The Call.” Featuring some truly unique animation of a drowning city, their video brings strong imagery to life that matches the downtrodden feel of the song, “The Call” had our attention from start to finish. Having recently racked up over 20,000 views on…

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Crywolf – “Weight”

You might recognize Crywolf from his energetic dance music hits… If that’s the case, you might be surprised by his latest endeavor, the acoustic ballad “Weight.” Sounding a bit like Band of Horses or City and Colour, Crywolf has crafted something really beautiful here through use of gentle falsetto, layered vocal harmonies, and a plodding…

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Andrew Younker – “Electric Chair”

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Today we bring to you the first track from Michigan bedroom punk Andrew Younker‘s brand new album, Microchasm. As Andrew describes it, Microchasm is, “a full-fledged make out sesh with God and his Sims game that we call ‘the Human Experience.’” That being said, “Electric Chair” is a frustrated post-punk masterpiece with a nod to internet’s tendency to take over…

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Neon Atlas – “The Afterglow”

Irish indie rockers Neon Atlas hit us up with the lighthearted alt-rock of “The Afterglow.” Reminiscent of Teenage Fan Club, Mae, or Silversun Pickups, “The Afterglow” is a straightforward guitar-driven tune with a special attention to pop songwriting. There’s a slight tinge of mid 2000s emo in there as well, tugging at our nostalgic heartstrings….

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SISTERS – “Honey Honey”

Seattle-based duo SISTERS are hot off the release of their latest LP, Drink Champagne. In fact, their first single, “Honey Honey” is just the kind of indie jam you’d want to crack some bubbly too. Combining gentle guitars, swelling synths, falsetto vocals, and a blippy beat, the duo makes us want to snuggle up to our qt…

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LAMF – “Neon Highway”

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South Korean act LAMF is very clearly inspired by 80s sci-fi pop music, horror films, and classic video game themes. “Neon Highway” is a vibrant song that perfectly encapsulates his influences, ultimately sounding like a Sonic 2 remix that could get everyone on the dance floor going insane. Fans of the SEGA Genesis, 80s synthpop, and contemporary synthwave…

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Face of Man – “Pass Dat”

Calling all weed lovers! Face of Man is a Brooklyn-based act who decided to combine their love for Mary Jane and hip hop into a dank cover of Jeremih’s “Pass Dat.” We dig Face of Man’s dreamy take on the track, the creativity on which we’re sure was THC inspired. Only one more hashish pun –…

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Eat More Cake – “Heat of the Night”

We’re digging the latest single from house act Eat More Cake. The London-based DJ/songwriting collective sent us over “Heat of the Night” and it got us jiving along right away. EMC mixes a simmering house beat with slightly distorted vocals – all in all, it’s a good time and a good listen. Eat More Cake is…

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Shayla McDaniel – “Losing You”

Shayla McDaniel is walking the line between jazz and alternapop in her latest single, “Losing You.” The Tennessee native’s latest release, 26 Letters, features the gentle indie rock of “Losing You,” which we dig a lot… It’s reminiscent of the female singer/songwriter scene of the mid 1990s with a 2017 twist. Give Shayla some love –…

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