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Wonky Tonk's New Track Featured on Magnet!

Magnet shared Wonky Tonk’s new track, which “touts a carefree, jaunty attitude on top of a bouncy country-tinged rock tune that’s a must-listen for fans of Laura Stevenson.”

Take a listen after the jump!

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Posted by Bill Benson on 09.30.15 0 Comments Article Link

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Baeble Chats with Postcards From Jeff frontman on Fellini, Hitchcock, and the video for "Modern Language"

“Think the emotional depth of The National meets the atmospheric folk of Yankee Hotel Foxtrox-era Wilco meets a hint of James Mercer and you’ve got an idea of what I’m talking about here.” – Baeble, on Manchester’s Postcards From Jeff

Postcards From Jeff‘s debut full-length Modern Language is due October 23rd.

Read more and watch the video for the title track over at Baeble!

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Posted by Bill Benson on 09.30.15 0 Comments Article Link

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DLM by Pola Esther

Daphne Lee Martin is Everywhere Today!

If you’re having a rough Tuesday and are looking for a little Daphne Lee Martin to get you through the day, look nor further! You have found the motherload!

For starters, DLM’s long-awaited Daytrotter Session went live this morning.

In addition to that, she premiered her brand new single “Eskimo Bro” with the fine folks at American Songwriter!

And if that weren’t enough, she premiered the first of many lyric videos from Fall On Your Sword (10/2 – Telegraph Recording Company). If you head on over to Performer Magazine, you can not only see the video for “Saint Ambrose Kills His Darlings,” you can read all about her inspiration for the lyrics and production notes on the song. Very cool!

The Joy of Violent Movement Shared elle le fantôme's Video For "june 2014"

“june 2014” is an equally sparse, atmospheric song comprised of ominous synths, swirling electronics and a a simple yet percussive drum beat paired with elle’s ethereal vocals to craft a sound that’s mournful, haunting and seemingly inescapable, much like the lingering ghost of a failed relationship.”

(READ THE REST AND WATCH THE VIDEO OVER AT JOY OF VIOLENT MOVEMENT!)

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Posted by Kelly McClure on 09.29.15 0 Comments Article Link

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Adir L.C. Shares the Insanely Catchy New Tune "Dinosaurs"

PopMatters just premiered the new single from Dinky Pop artists, Adir L.C. We feel the need to warn you. Once you hear this song, it will get stuck in your head. It’s that kind of catchy! PM says of Adir L.C., “Already a popular artist in Israel, his crossover appeal on this side of the world is undeniable, and based on the strength of the new track “Dinosaurs”, it should only be a matter of time.”

Oceanside Cities is coming out November 6th!

Head over to PopMatters or just click on the track below!

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Brooklyn's Tuff Sunshine Share New Video!

Brooklyn’s Tuff Sunshine are releasing Fire In The Hero Building on Halloween Day, 2015 and we can’t wait! They’ve filmed a number of videos for the release and this morning, premiered one of out favorites with the Aussie blog, Happy!

Check out the video for “Dreamin’” here Or just listen to the song, below!

Louder Than War Gave a Thoughtful Review to The Gods Themselves' 'Pink Noise'

“With their latest missive, The Gods Themselves have upgraded, taking the aggressive sexual strut of the debut and adding lubrication. Still filthy, but with groove.”

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Posted by Kelly McClure on 09.28.15 0 Comments Article Link

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POSTCARDS FROM JEFF PREMIERE NEW TRACK "TIRED WINGS"

“Postcards From Jeff singer Joss Worthington provides an excellent sample of what they have to offer on this premiere track – ‘Tired Wings’.” Drawing comparisons to M83 and The National, their debut album Modern Language is due 10/23.

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The Big Takeover Premiered The Gods Themselves' "Love and Television."

“With a throbbing, overdriven baritone guitar line reminiscent of The Breeders’ “Cannonball”; deliciously varied guitar licks that range from Wire spikes to psychedelic buzz and slinky wah wah; and chilly, street-wise vox in the tradition of Blondie, Bush Tetras, and The Long Blondes, “Love And Television” by The Gods Themselves pushes all our favorite buttons.”

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Posted by Kelly McClure on 09.24.15 0 Comments Article Link

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Kirt Debique's "Celestial Musings" Premiered on Secretly-Important and Verbicide

“Celestial Musings” is the second track to be released off Debique’s upcoming debut Things Left Unsaid, following the minimal and gorgeous Tell Me How You Know along with a haunting video. Celestial Musings really speeds things things up with blaring synthesizer sounds and fast-paced percussion, but remains as emotionally heavy as Tell Me How I Know, Debique’s voice working in juxtaposition to the high pitch treble in the song. There is so much that surprised me in this song but maybe topping that list was the departure from the soulful tone that Kirt falls into so beautifully in favor of a more gothic and darker tone, matching the piano that drops down in scale, a tone that’s drawing comparisons to Depeche Mode. – (SECRETLY-IMPORTANT)

“A self-taught musician, Seattle’s Kirt Debique will release his debut album, Things Left Unsaid, via Brick Lane Records on October 23, 2015. Conceived as a series of letters to parents, partners, siblings, and strangers, its eight songs delve into themes of love, family, and loss.” – (VERBICIDE)

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Posted by Kelly McClure on 09.22.15 0 Comments Article Link

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