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Song Of The Day: The Velvet Hands ” Only Blame Myself “

January 17, 2018 // 0 Comments

Sounding a lot like early  Strokes, The Velvet Hands have released a new single and video for their song Only Blame Myself. The single supplies you will plenty of top-flight textured guitar riffs along with throbbing drum beats, and a chorus that will have the live crowds singing back to them at [Read More...]

Listen to Sunflower Bean “Crisis Fest”

January 12, 2018 // 0 Comments

Back in November, Sunflower Bean signed with Mom + Pop. They also previously released their track I Was a Fool and today, they have released their newest single Crisis Fest which is from their forthcoming album Twentytwo In Blue. The track seems to divert from their dreamy indie music into a more [Read More...]

Listen to Acid Dad’s “2Ci”

January 10, 2018 // 0 Comments

NYC’s Acid Dad are back and are following up 2016’s Let’s Plan A Robbery EP with their self-titled debut album on March 9 via Greenway Records. As you can guess, Acid Dad is a psych-rock band and their latest single 2Ci is a glimmering track that equivalent of a beach day with sunny guitar [Read More...]

Listen to Ezra Furman’s “Suck the Blood from My Wound”

January 9, 2018 // 0 Comments

Ezra Furman has unveiled the third single, Suck The Blood From My Wound, from his upcoming album Transangelic Exodus which is due 9th February on Bella Union. Furman has already previously shared Driving Down To L.A. and Love You So Bad. Suck the Blood From My Wound begins with a dark seediness to [Read More...]

Listen to Iris Gold’s “All I Really Know”

November 22, 2017 // 0 Comments

I’m a fan of fusions, whether it’s fusion cuisine or when music genres are fused with another. Enter Iris Gold and her welcoming world of “hippie-hop.” It’s the perfect amalgamation of the soul-baring and earthiness of a bohemian spirit and the fierce confidence of how [Read More...]

Song Of The Day: The Academic ” Why Can’t We Be Friends “

November 17, 2017 // 0 Comments

Currently, on tour with The Kooks all over Europe, The Academic has just released a new single, Why Can’t We Be Friends, which is taken from their upcoming debut album, Tales From The Backseat, out in January. Listen below:   We were able to catch up with The Academic while they were on [Read More...]

Listen to L.A. Salami’s “Terrorism (The Isis Crisis)”

November 16, 2017 // 0 Comments

London-based troubadour L.A.Salami is reminiscent of a mashup of Bob Dylan and Jimi Hendrix, chronicling personal struggles with politically and socially charged lyricism over blustering guitar riffs with a bluesy infusion but also have a garage rock sound that is enchanting. L.A. Salami marks his [Read More...]

Listen to Cherryade’s “My Town”

November 15, 2017 // 0 Comments

It’s always a good day when Cherryade are involved and to have a new track from them to blow up your speakers with their new single My Town is what Ice Cube was talking about in a Good Day. Cherryade has perfected their aura of musical gumption with fun and frivolity that make for the best [Read More...]

Listen to Yungblud’s “Tin Pan Boy”

November 15, 2017 // 0 Comments

It’s no secret that we’re a bit infatuated with Yungblud ever since we heard his swaggering and fierce track, King Charles, as well as his follow up single, I Love You, Will You Marry Me. Now, Yungblud is back with an infectious track entitled Tin Pan Boy. Sure it’s a rager and [Read More...]
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