Posts byEmily Cramton

Typhoid Rosie is ‘Sailing On’ in Gritty New Single

Described as having a gritty and rebellious sound, Brooklyn-based band Typhoid Rosie is unapologetically loud in their search for unity. With two successful records under their belt, they’ve developed a signature sound and a momentum that’s propelling them forward into a third album release.   This is Now will be out March 23, but you can
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The Soft White Sixties Speak Out In “Brick By Brick”

Los Angeles-based rock quintent The Soft White Sixties recently released the video for their politically-charged song “Brick by Brick.”   The song boldly attacks the Mexican-American border controversy that arose after Trump made his border wall proposal. For lead singer Octavio Genera, a first generation Mexican-American, this is a major issue close to his heart.
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The Lonely Biscuits Releases Video for Catchy New Single ‘Blue Glass’

Nashville-based indie rock trio The Lonely Biscuits has already made a name for themselves after two successful EPs. After many years touring, playing festivals, and writing, their hard work is really paying off. They’ve just announced their first full-length record, entitled The Universe In You, which comes out March 30. Alongside this announcement came the release of
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The Radio Set Has ‘Gotta Crush On You’

New wave/indie rock band The Radio Set is new, having been around for less than two years, but they’ve already made a name for themselves in the British indie scene. After forming online, The Radio Set created and released their first EP to sizable recognition and acclaim. They impressed Simon Raymonde of the Cocteau Twins
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Percival Elliott Wants To Be “Forever”

British indie folk-rock duo Percival Elliott recently released their newest single “Forever,” a beautiful and wistful offering from their upcoming debut album. Percival Elliott is the project between Olly Hite and Samuel Carter-Brazier, two friends who believed they could create something meaningful. Named after Hite’s great grandfather, an inventor, the duo is often inspired by
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Modesta Goes Retro With Debut Single “VHS”

Retro in sound and image, indie rock duo Modesta will take you back to a much earlier time. Modesta is the new studio project of Arjun Viswanathan and Kostas Papadopoulos. Together, they have created an eclectic and well-polished sound that combines many influences, from R&B to electronic to indie rock. With 80’s nostalgia in the forefront
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Dru Cutler Embraces Nostalgia By The “Oceanside”

Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Dru Cutler is back, after the successful release of his debut album, with a new single, entitled “Oceanside.” Driven by nostalgia, this track is about the haunting memories of someone Cutler used to know. In a time of vulnerability, the ocean provides solace. The passion and grit of the song is at its
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Collapsing Scenery Releases Wonderfully Weird “Years of Lead (Are Back Again)” Video

Electro duo Collapsing Scenery is back, this time with a strange but thought-provoking video that accompanies their song “Years of Lead (Are Back Again).” Collapsing Scenery is the collaboration between Don DeVore and Reggie Debris, and their goal is to bridge the gap between art and politics. Inspired by personal experience and driven by electronic
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Jon Magnusson Releases Folky EP “Psalms for Sinners”

Swedish singer-songwriter and guitarist Jon Magnusson recently released his second EP, entitled Psalms for Sinners. Consisting of four songs, Magnusson considers many different sounds and demonstrates his versatility. Each song on the album is unique and has its own individual characteristics and style, making the short EP exciting and diverse. Psalms for Sinners opens with “Visa från
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Femme-Driven Resilient Teaches Us “How to Peach”

Over the summer, Philly-based band Resilient released their powerful and high-impact sophomore album, How to Peach. Following their DIY Imagining Things EP of 2016, this is their first full length record. The band’s 2016 debut was well-received and set a high bar for what was to come. Imagining Things indicated that Resilient had much more to offer, and How to Peach pushed past these
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Valipala Takes Us to ‘Mango City’

NYC-based band Valipala recently released their groovy and creative debut EP entitled Mango City. Coming off of four years of development, composing, and and recording, this record has been a long time coming for Valipala. They originally formed in 2012 under the name With Snack and spent years perfecting their sound and compositional style. After joining
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Pollens Releases Quirky Yet Catchy Single ‘Words’

NYC-based experimental rock group Pollens just released their first single, called “Words.” It’s coming out ahead of their forthcoming EP Mister Manufacture, which is set to release tomorrow, October 27. Pollens is currently a duo, made up of original member Jeff Aaron Bryant alongside Elizabeth May, who has been with the group since 2015. With grooving electronic
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Pacifico Reminds Us Life is “Beautiful”

“Do you remember that feeling of joyful exhaustion after having danced through the night, seeing the best live show, or staying up with friends to watch the sun rise? That’s what the song ‘Beautiful’ is about. A dance-y homage to being young, free, and surrounded by love.” Pacifico frontman and sole founding member Matthew Schwartz’s
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William Patrick Corgan Transports with Ethereal Track “The Spaniards”

William Patrick Corgan is emotional and honest in his newest solo single “The Spaniards.” Better known as Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan, the singer-songwriter is going by his full given name for his forthcoming solo album, entitled Ogilala, which came out yesterday. With raw vocals and stripped down instrumentation, “The Spaniards” is an outwardly simple but moving
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