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Four For Friday Featuring New Music By Mute Choir, phobia quartet, Playoffs, and Shade

Mute Choir ” Shadowboxing “

Canadians Sam Arion, Mian Sazrkadi and Iris Waters who go by the moniker Mute Choir define their style as “Organized Chaos”, and are involved with every aspect of their music from the production to artwork. Their second single Shadowboxing, which is taken from their upcoming debut album Silent Conversations, ( February 2020 ) is a song written about uncertainty. The execution of the song however, borders on confidence and perfection.

phobia quartet ” 1995 “

Hailing from Ft Lauderdale and delivering guitar-driven indie-rock phobia quartet has released a new single titled 1995. Romanitizaing the 90’s the song deals with escaping modern society. The song is highlighted by some great guitar playing and vocalist Adam Hood’s Ben Gibbons sounding vocals

Playoffs ” Talking To Me “

Playoffs new single Talking To Me is a song about the casual conversations we all have in our heads. With its 4 chord pop-punk styling and fuzzed-out guitars, it’s a song that will quickly find its way onto your playlist.

Shade ” Brain Suck “

Hamilton, ON, band Shade takes the best parts of the music they grew up with —Brit rock’s ambitious sneer, neo-psychedelia’s mind-melting hooks, and grunge’s punk-infused heaviness—and turbocharges them. New single Brain Suck is a grungy garage song with plenty of punk vibes. Accompanying video is as retro-looking as their sound is. This is rock and roll. This is music to party to, to listen to loud.

About Teri (2067 Articles)
You can usually find me traveling, queuing, or at barricade for a band. I am most likely doing all three things in a day. If I'm not at a concert you can also find me digging through crates for that coveted black disc of vinyl.

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