Eugene Palmer – “2014”

Eugene Palmer – “2014”

Buffalo’s Eugene Palmer is prepping for their debut record, Rut, and they’ve shared first single with us, a song they are calling “2014.” Showcasing their wide range of influences from 60s baroque pop, to psychedelic rock, to 90s slowcore,...
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Ailbhe Reddy – “Shitshow”

Ailbhe Reddy – “Shitshow”

Ailbhe Reddy sure knows how to party! Whether that’s a good thing is up to you (and her) to decide. “Shitshow” is tellingly named on all fronts except musical – it’s actually quite the banger. Crunchy guitar stabs and Reddy’s...
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Numcha – “in my white dress”

Numcha – “in my white dress”

Coming all the way from Thailand, Numcha caught our ears with the airy dream-pop of her latest single, “in my white dress.” With an ever-so-slight tinge of vintage 80s energy, “dress” sparkles and shimmers with a fun and lighthearted indie pop...
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Bea Kadri – “Poison”

Bea Kadri – “Poison”

Our Lebanese friend Bea Kadri hit us up with this infectious pop song she’s calling “Poison.” Reminiscent of genre luminaries like H.E.R. or SZA, “Poison” bubbles and lurches with strong pop energy, delivering big hooks and an even bigger...
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Ski Mask The Slump God – OOGA BOOGA!

Ski Mask The Slump God – OOGA BOOGA!

Hip-Hop’s ultimate enigma, Ski Mask The Slump God, came through on Halloween with the ever so festive “OOGA BOOGA!” Listening to how Ski Mask floats over the instrumental is like watching your favorite cartoon character come out of the screen and start dancing...
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GRLwood – “Keep It Average”

GRLwood – “Keep It Average”

Louisville, KY-based act GRLwood get anxious and raucous on their latest offering, “Keep It Average.” With a gut-wrenching howl, singer Rej Forester teams up with the thundering drums from drummer Mia Morris for this soul-searching indie rocker. The duo...
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Altalune – “October”

Altalune – “October”

Altalune gets introspective on their latest offering, “October.” Pairing gentle vocals with twinkling guitar and a heartfelt lyrical subject is never a bad formula, and Altalune executes it to perfection here. It’s a warm, but somber affair –...
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Dead Patrons – “Lover”

Dead Patrons – “Lover”

Are South East London act Dead Patrons heavy, pretty, or pretty heavy? It’s probably some combination of the three, but we digress – their latest offering, “Lover,” is our latest recommendation. Built around a roiling tom beat; noisy,...
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