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Mountain Cloth – “Get Paid to the Sea”

4 days ago
Haircutter by Mountain Cloth Norwegian alt-rock group Mountain Cloth impress throughout new album Haircutter, released on April 6th. The release’s sound pays homage to alternative sounds of the ’90s and ’00s, with Modest Mouse, The Wrens, and S... more info

Joel Stanton – “Rumble & Take”

4 days ago
The lingering synth tones and up-front vocal presence on Joel Stanton’s new track “Rumble & Take” reminds me of a gentler Future Islands, especially as the moody hook hits around the one-minute mark. The Seattle-based artist also resembles The ... more info

The Missing Frets – “Bodhi Tree”

4 days ago
Bodhi Tree by The Missing Frets Tackling the topic of “how we are all connected through the mental struggle to find meaning in our existence,” The Missing Frets’ new track “Bodhi Tree” shows the Philly act successfully pursuing a haunting, ... more info

Benjamin Dean Wilson – “The Smartest Person in the Room”

4 days ago
Benjamin Dean Wilson wrote, produced, and performed alone throughout new album The Smartest Person in the Room, apart from fiddle contributions on the self-titled track from Maria Grigoryeva. It’s quite an impressive feat considering the liveliness... more info

Max Goedecke – ‘Newspeak’

6 days ago
Newspeak, the debut album from Max Goedecke, shows the singer/songwriter’s eclectic reach in the realm of rock, pop, and folk. The songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Cologne, Germany fuses together inspirations from his childhood (Neil Young... more info

Parker Moore – “How Long”

9 days ago
Alterations & Repairs by Parker Moore Parker Moore – previously featured as a member of Tulsa-based rock group Catholic Radio – has an excellent solo album out: Alterations & Repairs. Moore’s sound touts great songwriting and dense, captivating... more info

Ghost of Belle Starr – “Girl We’re Gonna Die”

11 days ago
The warmly embracing vocal tone throughout “Girl We’re Gonna Die” – reminiscent of Jim James – provides an interesting contrast with the impending-doom lyrics, vowing initially that “girl, we are gonna die today. I can see you don’t bel... more info

Jesse Rosenthal – “Party Dress”

11 days ago
With a commanding, dramatic vocal presence reminiscent of Rufus Wainwright, Jesse Rosenthal pulls off a striking sound on captivating new track “Party Dress”, a twangy success with ample mood and yearning. The “lift up my party dress,” hook p... more info

No Coast – “All in My Head”

11 days ago
Nashville indie-pop act No Coast impress on new track “All in My Head”, evolving from airy vocals and poppy guitar trickles into colorful guitar/synth interplay that’s fit for springtime’s incoming effervescence. By the track’s mid-way poin... more info

Michael P Cullen – “Do You Believe”

11 days ago
“Do You Believe” is the newest single from Michael P Cullen, previously impressing with his strong baritone and atmospheric tendencies – reminiscent of Australian legends The Church, as well as Depeche Mode and Nick Cave – on previously featu... more info

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