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New Music Monday For The Week Of September 16, 2019

Dreamaway ” We Get On Somehow “

You may not have heard of Dreamaway yet, but chances are you have heard of several of the members. The band is comprised of Ben Talmi (Wild Nothing, Manchester Orchestra, Tokyo Police Club) Cale Hawkins (Quincy Jones, Linda Perry, Raveena) Dan Drohan (Maggie Rogers, Tei Shi,Olden Yolk) Margaret Sohn (Miss Grit, My Brightest Diamond) and Kate Steinberg (Human Natural) . New single We Get On Somehow is a dreamy track that will have you hooked as soon as you hear it. The layered vocals in We Get On Somehow are the highlight, along with the feel good beats.

Gyroscope ” 4YRLV “

Aussie band Gyroscope has released a new single titled 4YRLV (pronounced For Your Love ) is a raw and rowdy tune that needs to be played a max volume, sending you into a rush of bursting drums, soaring guitars and driving vocals.

Family Of Things ” Basement “

I wouldn’t be troubled about being stuck in a basement, lonely, if I had The Family Of Things new single Basement along with me. The song may be about the frustrations of chasing for something bigger than one’s self and being tired of being alone, but the feel of the song is cheerful and fun, with big vocals and spikey synths throughout.

Dantevilles ” Save Me A Dance “

Save Me A Dance is another single from Manchester’s Danteville’s new EP ‘Welcome to the Theatre’  Save Me A Dance has an upbeat groove that will get your foot tapping for sure, infact it is hard to set still listening to the funky beat of the song.

Subliminal Sex ” WSP “

New single “WSP” is the lead single from Fort Wayne band Subliminal Sex’s upcoming self-titled debut record, being released on 11/2 by Near Mint. It is the song for all you that loved pop-punk in the early days, infectious, driving guitars, frantic drumming, and melodies you can still sing along with.

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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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