Posts byEmily Blankenhorn

Paperhaus Breaks Contemporary Barriers in New Album

If you’ve never heard of Paperhaus, it’s about time you get your daily dose. They are melancholy. They’re cheerful. They are guitar instrumentals representing moods that can’t be expressed through words. They’re dark, psychedelic rock. They’re political. They are open-minded. They’re intriguing. They are Paperhaus. Paperhaus Hits Hard In a society that many people are
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Tom Lumley Releases Highly Anticipated Single ‘Just Like The Light’

Up-and-coming Cambridge artist Tom Lumley just released a new single titled “Just Like The Light”. He’s previously wowed his listeners with his debut EP, Dream City, so listeners had high hopes for the single. Fortunately, it’s a great combination of the things people liked about Dream City plus much more. The heavy guitar riffs and rock-based drums combined with soft,
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Mister Heavenly Ain’t “Makin’ Excuses”

Mister Heavenly chipped their front tooth, got poisoned, came down with something, and might die, but they’re not “Makin’ Excuses”. This indie rock trio is done making excuses and has finally released a new single. The plethora of instruments and mixture of raspy and smooth vocals make “Makin’ Excuses” a catchy and fun song. It
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Dare To Follow The Vare Into “Spot Dark”

“Spot Dark” is a song to listen to on all occasions, full of great beats and relatable lyrics. The masterminds behind the song are Montreal natives Mikey Desjardins and Lucas Liberatore. The two began writing music in 2013 and haven’t stopped. Since then, they’ve opened for bands such as Sam Roberts and AWOLnation. Desjardins, on vocals, guitar,
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Fall In Love With First Hate and Their Debut Album

First Hate combines raw nostalgic emotion with ear-catching synthesizer in their debut album, “A Prayer For The Unemployed.” This is the male duo from Copenhagen’s first full-length album, following an array of widely listened to singles, such as “White Heron” and “Trojan Horse,” and two EP’s. First Hate’s first EP was released in 2014, but you’d never
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Kid Astray Is Here To Stay

Kid Astray is rocking our world with their new electronic jammer “Fall To My Knees”. This five-person, Norwegian indie-pop band mixes smooth soprano vocals with a catchy melody, creating an upbeat song with euphoric vibes for all to enjoy. With influences such as MGMT and Passion Pit, Kid Astray adds a modern techno twist to
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