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Panda Riot Is ‘Extra Cosmic’

Thrusting forth with a percussive force as strangely chaotic as the distorted guitars are, and yet supporting a harmony that is both straightforward and ideally matched with the lyrics at hand, “Cmyk” is one of the more complicated and seamless songs on Panda Riot’s new album Extra Cosmic, but not the only thinking person’s rock number
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Shiadanni Releases New Single “Penny Pills”

With her voice alone, Shiadanni can get the attention of anyone within earshot of her melodies, but that’s not her intention with her new single and music video “Penny Pills.” Although it’s packed with a cratering lyricism that can be interpreted as some of her darkest to date, “Penny Pills” is giving us insight into
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Meresha Causes Some “Trouble”

Brooding lyrics are one thing, but unless the right voice is putting them into melodic shape, they aren’t nearly as effective as they should be. In this sense, Meresha is the right performer to give us the new single and music video “Trouble” this spring, as it’s her tonal presence and overall oomph at the
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Mae Mae Accepts Her Flaws In “Blemish”

It’s good to be able to accept yourself, blemishes and all. Mae Mae is doing exactly that in her new single “Blemish” Ft. The Colourist, an unashamed acceptance of Mae Mae’s unique character and personality. The song is borderline pop with a singable and danceable beat, while being unique and stylish. This single is the
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