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The Sea At Midnight Watches The Waves on ‘Oceans’

Music is a very cyclical beast. As the years come and go styles and genres will continue to change but just as a sound is seemingly forgotten about it will return for a resurgence. We have seen this over and over again through the years. Our recent find The Sea At Midnight does it again […]

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Shy Curves Give Us A Look At ‘Dreamboat’

It has been quite the interesting past couple of months to say the least. Emotions and chaos abound. This is not great for our mental state but it does tend to stir up some great songwriting. So at least there is that. We recently came across Shy Curves and their latest single “Dreamboat” which hits […]

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Fern Murphy Lays it Bare in New EP Gringo Love

DreamPop trio, Fern Murphy, graces us with a new EP, Gringo Love, revitalizing and transforming their sound while continuing to awe us all. The trio hails from Indianapolis, Indiana. Though in their infancy, the band having only one revolution around the sun, Fern Murphy has a developed a sound far beyond their years. Gringo Love […]

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Timber Welcomes You To ‘The Family’

The glowing resonance of strings dancing in vibrant synchronicity guides us through the opening bars of the pristine “Burying Ground,” our foray into The Family by Timber, which is the band’s first full-length album and successor to their 2015 self-titled extended play. A quaint rhythm flirts with pastoral sensibilities and walks us into the flash point […]

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The Debut Album From Deep Sea Peach Tree Is Here

This has been an exciting year in music with a ton of new bands emerging, which means more great albums to add to your collection. Perhaps one of my favorites is the debut album from NYC’s Deep Sea Peach Tree called Vaguely Navy. Self-defined as surf rock with jazz and shoegaze inclinations, the band puts […]

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gloryBots Is Out Of This World With ‘Dark Alien Pop’

Recording under the title of gloryBots, indie rock maestro Jalal Andre has just delivered the quintessential pop record of the late 2010s in the form of Dark Alien Pop. The album lives up to its imaginative name and the futuristic nature of its composer’s handle fearlessly. Opening up the self-explanatory ambient/industrial track “Entanglement,” gloryBots proves to us […]

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The Fibs Bring Back Strong Dark-wave Shoegaze

The Fibs self-titled second studio album isn’t a particularly cheerful affair – if you’re searching for life-affirming uplift, look elsewhere. Preston Newberry’s lyrical gifts grapple with life in all its unwieldy internal and external manifestations and definitely possess a curt focus driving to the heart of each song’s subject matter. There’s a frame of reference […]

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Vinyl Floor Has Reached Their ‘Apogee’

A world full of discord and people who don’t know how to get along anymore. There’s war in one corner of the planet, bigotry in another. Every day it seems like the clouds get a little darker and we all get a little further away from peace. The desolate, bleak universe described in Vinyl Floor’s […]