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New Music Monday for the Week of March 30 featuring music by WRENN, NEIMY, Berlue, Born Animals, and Gateway Drugs

Wrenn ” Internet Gaming “

WRENN is an alt-rock artist and a self-proclaimed “sad girl” who uses music as a means of communicating her feelings to the world. She has released her newest single Internet Gaming, which takes on the subject of internet personalities vs a person’s real personality. The single is a grungy tune with WRENN’s smoky vocals highlighting the simple background of instrumentation. It’s a new throwback to the 90s and we love it.

NEIMY ” 18 “

Sweden’s singer-songwriter NEIMY has released a new song 18. The new single deals with ” looking back at that innocent time when you were in the beginning of being an adult,” It is a melancholy tune with NEMIY’S unique vocals taking center stage

Berlue ” Shake “

Nashville based Berlue’s new single, Shake is self-written, produced, engineered and all the instruments with the exception of the drums are self-performed. The pop-rock indie tune is a bit of sunshine in these troubling times with its smooth instrumentation and Berlue’s polished vocals.

Born Animal ” 15 Seconds “

I love any song that has a jangly tambourine, so the new song 15 Seconds by Nashville’s Born Animal instantly caught my attention with its opening lead-in. But it didn’t take long to know that there was more to this band than a tambourine. The single is a perfect rock song with driving drums, fuzzy guitars, and raw bluesy vocals. It will get you up and moving in seconds.

Gateway Drugs ” Wait ( Medication )

It has been a bit since we have heard from LA’s Gateway Drugs but they are back with a new single Wait ( Medication ) which is about ” falling in love with madness “. The band doesn’t disappoint on the new single which melds psych with shoegaze. The guitar riffs in the song are spikey and unforgettable, and the dual vocals are soft and hazy. Look out for the new album PSA releasing in May.

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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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