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New Music Monday For The Week Of April 15, 2019

Good Kid ” Slingshot “

The newest single Slingshot from the Toronto based Good Kid is a good combo of indie rock and punk. The song is short, just 2 minutes and 30 something seconds, but packs a pretty punch into the short time. Fast and fun, it is a song that will make you smile right from the beginning. Plus we are loving the 8 bit type video that accompanies it.

Callum Pitt ” Forgotten Kids “

British singer-songwriter Callum Pitt has released a new single titled Forgotten Kids. The song is a burst of bright sunshine on a gloomy day and Pitt’s dreamy falsetto vocals reflect his influences of War On Drugs and Fleet Foxes. Put Forgotten Kids on your playlist, it is a great song to lead you into summer.

The 101 ” Statues “

Scotland has given us some great bands in the past, and coming up to take their place among the list are The 101 from Aberdeen. They have done a lot since their creation in 2017, from winning The Ones To Watch at The Pride of Aberdeen in that same year to selling out venues, and sharing the stage as support to bands like Gengahr. It is easy to see why when you listen to their newest song Statues, which is a bouncy, fun indie pop song that will have you up on your feet in no time.

Sunset Jet ” Wine Drunk “

Hailing from Isle Of Man, Sunset Jet are on their way to Indie band heaven with their new single Wine Drunk. Taking cues from bands that came before them such as Catfish and The Bottleman and The Cribs, Wine Drunk gives us everything we would expect from a great Indie song….jangly guitars, the steady beat of drums, and a great melody. Keep a watch on these guys, you will be hearing more from them.

Bikini Islands ” Vines ”

Bikini Islands call their music surfy rock, now may be coming from Pennsylvania and being landlocked gives them a different idea of surfy rock than I am used to, but hey….whatever they want to call their newest song Vines, is fine by me, because this song rocks. It is full of fuzzed out guitars and a riff that is unforgettable, plus some pretty solid vocals, and background vocals that give it almost a retro feel. Honestly, it is just a damn good fun song.

Cody Smiles ” Better Without You “

When you first listen to Better Without You, you tend to forget that this is the debut song from singer-producer Cody Smiles, the song has the feeling of a musician that has been on the scene for some time. Maybe growing up in a musical family has helped, it made him realize at an early age what he wanted. What ever it is, it has worked well, Better Without You is a powerful ballad that will make your heartbreak, mostly because we have all been in the painful situation of how to live after a breakup.

https://soundcloud.com/thecodysmiles/better-without-you

Wintersleep ” Forest Fire “

Canadian indie band Wintersleep has released a new single Forest Fire, giving us a feel of their upcoming and seventh full-length album In The Land Of. Layers of texture, in both the vocals and the instrumentation, carry the heartfelt love song.

Gallery Circus ” We Are The Sunshine “

Newcastle’s Gallery Circus make a return with a lively new track ‘We Are The Sunshine’ ahead of a brand new EP release ‘The Night Country’ out on May 31st. The twin brothers had a busy 2018, which included an appearance at Glastonbury and some time soaking up the California sun here in the US. Full of warm vocals and shiny instrumentation we think the California sun might have had a great influence on the two!

Blastic ” Different ” feat. Myah Marie

With more than two decades of writing & producing music and hundreds of millions of streams on songs, he’s lent his talent & time to – Stockholm, Sweden-based artist Niklas Bergwall made the biggest moves of his career to-date, breaking out under the name of Blastic. He has made a stunning debut with his new single Different. The song, with the help of Myah Marie’s cool and infectious vocals, is an uplifting and fun pop song full of enough energy to keep you dancing all night.

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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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