Flora – “Hey”

Flora – “Hey”

Tiptoeing in the room comes Flora as you press play on her new single, “Hey.” Such a graceful intro to bring in what’s simply the purest song of the summer. With a run time of only 1:23, you can’t help but feel forced to run it back. The simplicity within the lyrics...

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Belot – “Fake Phone Calls”

Belot – “Fake Phone Calls”

Coming down from London town, Belot is making quite the noise with “Fake Phone Calls...” A beautiful noise that is. The ever-so-mellow yet rapid fire delivery offers a wide range of dance moves to bust out. Belot's voice is very distinct from contemporaries in the...

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Jenny Kern – “Feel It Again”

Jenny Kern – “Feel It Again”

Jenny Kern makes that music you hear leaking from the inside of a nightclub and have no choice but to further investigate. Her latest single, “Feel it Again,” will have you scratching on the door, pleading for entry and once you finally get in, it was everything you...

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Hether – “Chem Bath”

Hether – “Chem Bath”

Learn to float with Hether on his latest track, “Chem Bath.” The production is ridged in a way that gives you a similar sensation to jamais vu... You were sure you’ve been here before, but you definitely haven’t. Hether reminds me of how radically refreshing the...

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Maxime. – “u and everyone u know !”

Maxime. – “u and everyone u know !”

The music wizard of Montreal otherwise known as Maxime. has arrived with “u and everyone u know!” and they’re ready to party, with or without you. This lush bass-booster banger of a song will make you move, I promise. I referred to Maxime. as a wizard because he...

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Meltt – “Within You, Within Me”

Meltt – “Within You, Within Me”

With the swagger of an early-2000s hair flip, Meltt hits you right in the face with “Within You, Within Me.” The layers of instrumentation are so well stacked upon each other, giving off the vibe of everything feeling just right. The quartet has a knack at bringing a...

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Creature Canyon – “Simulator”

Creature Canyon – “Simulator”

Created in San Diego, CA, Creature Canyon introduces their latest indie rocker, “Simulator.” Their movie-soundtrack-worthy single will make you want to form a flash mob with strangers. The deep-cutting electric guitar is thrilling to the ears with how it mimics the...

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rincs – “Less Polite”

rincs – “Less Polite”

LA-based act rincs very well may be the pioneer of a new genre unlike any I’ve ever heard. The intro to “Less Polite '' is gripping, right from the get-go, with a wave-like sonic sensation. It’s incredible how such abstract noises and rhythms can sound so good when...

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Cool Heat – “Lately”

Cool Heat – “Lately”

Somehow, a solo musician, the Chicago phenomenon by the name of COOL HEAT, has dropped off a single that offers an out-of-body like experience. The dreamy vocals laid atop hypnotic synths are what truly transcends the mind from body while listening to “Lately.” The...

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Nutrients – “Window Seat”

Nutrients – “Window Seat”

Your chill, summertime, windows-down-in-the-car anthem has arrived courtesy of Nutrients with “Window Seat.” The rhythms are riveting and wonderfully syncopated to perfection. “Window Seat” sounds like freshly-cut fruit garnishing your favorite flavor of smoothie, in...

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Church Girls – “Telepathic Mind”

Church Girls – “Telepathic Mind”

The Philadelphia four-piece by the name of Church Girls is back just in time for their EU/UK tour with new single “Telepathic Mind.” The crowds are going to be raging their faces off from country to country... Why? Perhaps it’ll be due to the high harking lyrics laid...

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Strawberry Cough – “My Song 19”

Strawberry Cough – “My Song 19”

The Salt Lake City quartet known as Strawberry Cough has breached the surface with their debut single, “My Song 19.” Broken into several sections, their first single impressively sounds more like an all-encompassing EP. The breakdown section halfway through likely...

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FNTN – “Crypto Vegan”

FNTN – “Crypto Vegan”

Coming together on the east and migrating to the west coast of LA, FNTN has had quite the journey, most recently leading up to their latest 2022 groove. "Crypto Vegan" is an eccentric, surfed-out goodbye to someone you once loved who left the rock and roll lifestyle...

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bennytheghost – “Tightrope”

bennytheghost – “Tightrope”

Coming from the land of entertainment, aka LA, Bennytheghost's status as an artist is unmatched. The truth to that statement lies within his latest drop, “Tightrope,” which has all the elements of a hit. Iconic lyrics that bennytheghost reportedly spent weeks revising...

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TTB Donntae – “START IT UP 2”

TTB Donntae – “START IT UP 2”

Buffalo-based artist TTB Donntae saw a lack of hip hop percolation in the local rap scene and decided to capitalize on the situation. Bringing in relentless flows, memorable lyrics, and standout delivery all on a bomb-ass beat; allow me to introduce “START IT UP PART...

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Bedon – “Whoa”

Bedon – “Whoa”

If you like guitar that will cut any negativity out of your life like a butcher knife, then hit up Bedon on his new single “Woah.” The vocals are coated in a layer of distortion that resembles something like a fresh layer of spray paint. The indie rockstar...

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Plastic Mermaids – “Disposable Love”

Plastic Mermaids – “Disposable Love”

Summer nights, slushies, and red solo cups pretty much sums up Plastic Mermaids smash single “Disposable Love.” With changes in tempo throughout the song, it keeps the listener (and therefore the night) alive. The five-and-a-half minute track manages to go by too fast...

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Midi Memory – “All The Way Out”

Midi Memory – “All The Way Out”

The electronic project from Orlando, Florida known as Midi Memory dropped off “All The Way Out” and knocked it all the way out of the park. The drowning reverb on the vocals infused with glittering synths provide a thick shimmering banger of a track. The single is...

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Ted Tyro – “How Can”

Ted Tyro – “How Can”

Dreamy luau-like guitar licks surround your head like a merry-go-round on the Louisville, KY band Ted Tyro's newest release, “How Can.” The bleak, minimalistic cover art allows the listener to summon their own interpretation of the tone being set. Personally, to me it...

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Keep Off the Grass – “Two Apartments”

Keep Off the Grass – “Two Apartments”

If there was a song to represent the first day of spring or the first night of summer, “Two Apartments” by Keep Off the Grass would be applicable for both. The mountain emo band formed back in 2018, and after dropping five singles throughout the course of the global...

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Life Stuff – “Finger Gun”

Life Stuff – “Finger Gun”

If “Finger Gun” by Life Stuff doesn’t naturally make your head bob, then I would consider getting checked out by a medical professional. The band from Vancouver just dropped their debut album, King Of The Drive Thru, which is full of goodies, but today we’re focusing...

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Stray Fossa – “Never Rest For Good”

Stray Fossa – “Never Rest For Good”

Based out of Germany, the European three piece Stray Fossa slid by and dropped a gem in our pockets. Their newest song, “Never Rest For Good,” is just shy of five minutes which in terms of running time, I like that a lot more than a two to three minute song (as long...

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