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Post Prom Releases Debut Music Video for “Cyclical”

Newly-minted Buffalo quartet Post Prom just released a music video for their debut single, “Cyclical.” The video features a cameo from fellow Buffalonian Elliott Douglas (who you may recognize from MAGS), and is a simple but poignant demonstration of how one’s day-to-day life might begin to seem, well, “cyclical.” Most importantly, “Cyclical” is a great introduction to Post Prom’s…

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Kasbo – “Snow In Gothenburg”

Swedish producer Kasbo‘s goal in life is to make you want to dance and cry at the same time, and that’s entirely evident on his new jam, “Snow in Gothenburg.” Pairing deep bassy synths with twinkly piano tones and breathy vocals, “Snow” really does conjure images of fluffy, serene snowfall… Not to mention, the distinctly introspective…

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Have You Ever Seen the Jane Fonda Aerobic VHS? – “Bambi Act”

Last time we checked in with the curiously-named Have You Ever Seen the Jane Fonda Aerobic VHS?, we were vibing on the light-hearted garage pop of “Magic Swimming Pants.” We’re happy to announce they are back with an equally sunny offering in “Bambi Act.” The track clocks in at less than two minutes, and features crunchy…

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Eyedress – “Separation Anxiety”

Philippines act Eyedress is a master of the lovelorn and lovesick, and that’s never been more evident than in his new video for “Separation Anxiety.” Washed out with millennial pinks and purples, the video highlights Eyedress’ knack for cold and apathetic bedroom pop. Chorus-laden guitars, canned drumbeats, and Eyedress’ distinct vocal and lyrical style are true…

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Tim Legend – “Telescope (feat. Transviolet)”

South Carolina-based producer Tim Legend teamed up with dusky vocalist Transviolet for his latest banger, a pop thunderstorm by the name of “Telescope.” An inescapable piano riff drives this one, backed up by bouncy rhythms, epic synth work, and an ambient guitar intro. In the case of this song, simplicity is everything – nothing wrong…

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Tonight: This Day & Age

In the early to mid 2000s, Tonawanda act This Day & Age were hometown heroes. After inking a record deal with One Eleven records, they released two beloved albums, 2004’s Always Leave The Ground and 2006’s The Bell and the Hammer. Between that time, TD&A evolved from a light-hearted, emo-pop band to a nuanced and jazzy quintet, lush with…

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Catalina – “Alvarado”

Oooh yeah, calmness and simplicity are two words that come to mind when listening to Catalina’s newest jam, “Alvarado.” The duo of Jakob Shaw and Eric Poretsky have filled the song with subtlety; the plunking bass and the gentle swelling of keyboards throughout the track is ultra-pleasant to the ears… Put this one on during a…

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Typhoon – “Rorschach”

Typhoon is an octet (!) from Portland, OR whose latest single has us in somewhat of a tizzy. “Rorschach” is a great starter point for the group’s unique post-pop approach, acting a single which is actually a snippet of a greater movement (titled Floodplains) that the band released back in October. The full album, titled Offerings, will be out…

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L.A. Salami – “Generation L(ost)”

Don’t be fooled by the moniker L.A. Salami – he’s actually a prolific songwriter from London. His latest music video for “Generation L(ost)” is a series of live clips that bring his frantic and urgent indie rock to life. In summation, lyrically the track is “about feeling lost during the journey of finding yourself,” whilst the accompanying…

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The Whiskey Circle – “Sweet Darlin”

The Whiskey Circle just released a new album called Into The Valley, and their first single, “Sweet Darlin” is getting us amped. This is a guitar-driven banger if we’ve ever heard one, pairing jangly tones, angelic female vocals, and big pop hooks. About the song, the band says: “It’s about all the things you do throughout the…

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