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Audio Terrorist's remix of "The City" was released on September 2nd, 2020 on all streaming services. The new single “The City” is a gothic industrial jam with a broadway musical flair. It struts down the runway at a post-apocalyptic fashion show, with an attitude that says “step aside Manson, step aside Reznor.” It's evocative phrases...
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Mirror explores duality and shadow psychology in the quest for integration of the true self, interlacing diverse threads of culture through sounds of oud, qanun, piano, drums, bass, and a string quartet from a ten-piece chamber ensemble. It is my hope that this music may help us discover how to love ourselves, and one another,...
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Norwegian singer-songwriter Ane Brun debuts a new video, “Take Hold Of Me.” The song is the sixth to be released from her as-of-yet untitled album, due out this fall via her own Balloon Ranger Records.
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Michael Bang of Tell Me Tell Me just dropped his latest release “Before” and it is a sweet little gem. The first bass note grabs you like a ghost from the past, and the drums rattle you like a slow passing locomotive. “Before” is at its beating heart a groove-driven love letter that bursts out...
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Do you have a hype person in your life that makes the dullest moments more exciting? 2020 wasn't what most of us had planned for this year. We've had to cancel plans, postponed shows, and locked ourselves in our houses. During these quiet times please reach out to the lead singers, frontmen, and extroverts in...
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In reference to the song, lead singer Dylan Germick said, "Josh originally came up with the idea of making a banger about staying home long before COVID and the social unrest we find ourselves in today. We felt that it was important to put this out now so at the very least it could provide...
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The word “prodigy” has fallen into overuse in recent times. Countless YouTube videos of children playing Metallica have seen to that. But it might be an apt superlative for AP Tobler, who started playing drums at the tender age of 8, and by 14 was writing and playing all the parts on her own original compositions.
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Fantastic Negrito wrote "How Long?" to confront those behind school shootings, police brutality, and other acts of senseless violence. Negrito's official music video, directed by Isaiah Frazier, featuring closeups of his face, it shows the agony of a man who has seen it, lived it, and now sings about it.
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Adam's done what few musicians can do well, transitioning from band to solo artist while simultaneously radically shifting genres. "Piece of Mind" is exquisite electronic pop, expertly arranged as though he's been working in this style all along.
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Lime is an everything-but-the-kitchen-sink track - not surprising, from a band that likes to throw twists and turns into its music and build fat full layers along the way. At last headcount, there are 6 full-time members of the band, but it sounds more like 60 by the end of the song.
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If you're hooked like I am, check out Nick's newest single "This Is Gonna Happen," to released today, Friday, November 1st. Face-melting chorusing bass synths, space-y extragalactic lead lines, and Nick's now-patented driving, relentless octave'd lead vocals, joined by lush dreamy harmonies from musical partner Katrina Bushnell...this is Nick's best work yet. It's the ultimate...
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Resonance is a blues-influenced rock band born in London but putting down roots in California. Leaving her law career behind, lead singer and songwriter Radhika Rathinasabapathy committed to music in full and moved from London to San Francisco. Since then she has recorded an EP and 2 singles and is working on a full-length album....
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