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Tuesday, June 19, 2018
L.A.'s Squid Cult - stir dreams in "Baby Blue"
Baby Blue by L.A.'s Squid Cult feels like a story that might exist in the early 60's amid the big dreams and small minds of some...
Iuliano turns organic sounds into twisted dreamy apparitions on "Who Knows"
Living in Bangkok, Iuliano has had music coursing through his veins for what feels like forever. Born in Italy and forged on jazz, soul an...
Are You Having Fun Yet- hear "Lads Prayer" from their album "Are You Having Fun Yet"
From Oslo Norway- Are You Having Fun Yet have just released their debut album of the same name. Hearing the track Lads Prayer makes me w...
Monday, June 18, 2018
Dave Sheinin's album "First Thing Tomorrow" is indie pop sweet and emotional - hear "Talking To Myself"
The track Talking To Myself from Dave Sheinin's debut album "First Thing Tomorrow" feels like post 90's rock filtered ...
Yip Yops create their own musical universe on "SHE"
Oh my... what can I say about the track SHE by Yip Yops who create their own unique musical universe in the Coachella Valley (California)?...
Hear Basement Revolver's beautiful anthemic waltz "Baby"
Hamilton, Ontario's Basement Revolver must be starry eyed dreamers. They have to be to be able to conceive, to write, to feel, to per...
Sunday, June 17, 2018
The Compensators- Love Drags- pushes early rock circa tones (65 to 75)
The Compensators' track Love Drags does not.... drag that is, in fact, it does quite the opposite. The band hails from Brooklyn and t...
Norway's Izakaya Heartbeat dense post punk on the track "Descend"
From Norway: Izakaya Heartbeat's track Descend from their upcoming third full length "Subterranean Sunset" is an ultra dens...
Saturday, June 16, 2018
Get lost in Ratnang Singh's "The War"
The title track from New Delhi singer- songwriter Ratnang Singh's album "The War" burns slowly and then catches fire. The so...
"Electrical" by Los Angeles' The Pretty Flowers breaks through
The track Electrical by L.A. band The Pretty Flowers immediately has a breaking through feel. A sense of punching walls or the sky or you...
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