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The Cosmic Complexities Behind Cosmic Knot’s ‘Round and Round’

Round and Round, the debut release from Cosmic Knot, beholds a world of complexities about a world of complexities. Shifting as the seasons do, this record encapsulates a multitude of feelings and rhythms that bring together a single vision.   The goal of Round and Round is to promote light that lies even in the […]

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Experience Beux Cheveux’s Ways of ‘Ro Sham Bo’

“Not AC/DC, not Led Zepplin”. No, Beaux Cheveux are their own devotion to music, their own homage to the late ’60s and early ’70s. Album Ro Sham Bo is a capture of electronic rock’s climate in its current state. Avant garde but heavily influenced, making for a unique experience.   Beaux Cheveux builds upon psychedelic […]

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Join AOP for their “Retox Weekend”

“Turn on, tune in, drop out.” The classic counterculture phrase popularized by Timothy Leary in the height of the movement based on psychedelics and rejecting norms. Stockholm duo AOP has released their own contribution to the phrase with new single, “Retox Weekend,” a bedroom shoegaze twinkle of a gem with a gracious nod to late […]

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Listen to Septic Tank Shake Society by ‘Rotting Civilisation’

Septic Tank is an explosive roller coaster of a hardcore four-piece, originally formed in 1994.   Haven’t heard of them? No worries. Haven’t heard their ear-shattering, heart-splitting, rancid, anguishing debut record, and why it took 20 years to release? No worries there, either. Though up until now, you have been missing out on the creative […]

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Enrichment within Tam Tam’s Gorgeous Shimmering Single ‘Blue’

Fueled by desire, heartbreak, and the inspiring hues of a singular color. Driven by the search for human decision and nature’s endless creation. The result is the somber, beautiful, evocative single “Blue” from Tam Tam. A creation with a build of many factors that all intertwine to produce a genuine, soulful experience.   Deconstructing Tam Tam’s […]

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Fall in Love with Courtship’s ‘Tell Me Tell Me’

A huge lo-fi, high-synth dance party, crossing decades of idyllic genres? Sign me up. So it goes without saying that being on board with “Tell Me Tell Me,” the new single from Courtship, is a no-brainer hit for indie pop fans. The jam isn’t selective though. Those who approve of fun in general can have an […]

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Check Out why Ace of Wands is ‘Grown from Good’

“Grown from Good,” a new single from the spiritual dimension of indie band Ace of Wands, is a transcendental journey of self.   Different methods of self-discovery   The song is an entendre with a multitude of meaning. First, “Grown from Good” is a song packed with the search of transformation. Experimental indie is motivated […]

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‘The Clown’s Got A Gun,’ Uranium Club’s Got a Hit

So here’s the thing: Uranium Club’s new LP is a live album. Here’s another thing: while the album is definitely true-to-form Uranium Club post-punk, the genre slides could unmistakably be the spark of the album that’s incredible. Here’s the last thing: the first track from the LP, “That Clown’s Got a Gun,” is out now. […]