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Single: June First – i dont mind

With pearlescent guitar strums, groovy bass line, and infectious chorus, June First’s latest single, ‘i dont mind‘ is an exploration into the push and pull of falling for someone. Speaking about the track, June First said: “I wrote this song after spending my last quarter at UCLA within the four walls of my childhood bedroom. […]

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Single: fanclubwallet – Bike Song

“Bike Song” is fanclubwallet’s fourth consecutive single. It’s a chill yet vibrant track with warm vocals and dreamy, twangy guitars. Though it’s a perfect song to vibe to in lazy summer days, it is also filled with bittersweet reflections. fanclubwallet describes, “It’s all about reflecting on the places you spend time in, and saying goodbye […]

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Grease Weasel – Chicxulub, the Conspiracy

“Chicxulub, the Conspiracy“ is a track off of Grease Weasel’s “Laundry Room Blooms” EP. Behind the track’s soothing vocals and smooth jazzy instruments is a very interesting story. Describing the track, Grease Weasel said: “This song is about Chicxulub, the name given to the crater that was made when the asteroid that wiped out the […]

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Single: Gardening – Second Sight

London-based band, Gardening (formerly known as Mirror Shot) released a new single, “Second Sight” on Label Fandango. The four-piece band Gardening, Niall Rush (vocals, guitars), Adam Smith (guitars, vocals), Olivia Horrox (drums, percussion), Mikey Burton (bass, vocals), changed their name from Mirror Shot after releasing their previous single, Taste Invader, to avoid getting regularly confused with another new […]

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Single: Elephant Castle – My Muse

Elephant Castle​ – the retro-inspired indie rock project from Los Angeles-based singer and multi-instrumentalist ​Phil Danyew​, released a new single, “My Muse.” It is his 4th single after leaving the band Foster The People to pursue his own music. The track was inspired by the sacred and addicting process of creating – the feeling that music […]

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Single: KRNA – In Time

Dream Pop band from the Philippines, “KRNA” returns with a new single, “In Time,” after the release of their successful debut EP, “The River Gold” in 2018. “In Time” tackles about feeling stuck and indecisive about something that causes you misery, unable to decide if you’ll hold back or move forward. Although KC (the vocalist) […]

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Single: Soare – You

UK artist and producer, Soare reflects on himself through his romantic relationship with his new single, “You.” The track was written, recorded, and produced in Soare’s bedroom amid the UK coronavirus lockdown measures and it tackles about the transition from romantic relationship into platonic relationship. Crafted to be an uplifting and catchy heartbreak soundtrack, this […]

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Video: Sun Era – you always say

Sun Era, an indie musician from Maryland just released the cozy music video for “you always say,” a track off of his new EP, “you busy?” The music video appears to be as hazy and delicate as the four-track EP. While the awesome rawness and outstanding guitar work and melodies on each track are as […]

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Single: Bestfriend – Last Bus In The A.M.

Bestfriend’s latest release, “Last Bus In The A.M.” feels like a warm blanket or like driving alone at night. It also gives you those beautiful sound, soothing vocals, and beaming nostalgia. The Indie Pop duo describes this as their first release where they have found their footing and really feel comfortable enough now to dive […]

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Debut EP: Gillie – Open Up, Honey

London-based singer-songwriter, Gillie, recently released her debut EP, Open Up, Honey. The three-track EP is a grunge, indie-folk gem. Its lyrics are enhanced by Gillie’s soulful-lullaby vocals and gentle yet captivating instruments. As it takes you to a world of complex feelings, the artist explains, “Thematically it bases itself around the feeling of emerging from […]

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