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by Carly Schorman Senior Editor – The Fontaines “Vacancy” The Fontaines might describe their sound as “New-Wop from L.A.” but I would definitely cite more New Wave influence than Do-Wop on their latest single, “Vacancy”. Ethereal vocals and a chill pop vibe make for a seriously catchy number. “Vacancy” comes toRead More →

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B O K E H “Don’t Leave the Fire” Pale Rivers “August 6th” Flagship “Midnight” John Adams “See You Again” Freddy Hale “Troublemaker” Anna Wise “Balance in All” Galen Crew “Fragrance”Read More →

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Venture “Sober” Chymes “Oracle” The Ghost of Helags “Under My Skin” Andrew Goldring “Cosmic Dance” Erin McCarley “Out of the Fog” DYAN “Reality” Belle Noble “Instinct”Read More →

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Olivia O’Brien “Empty” Jeffrey James “Hand Grenade” Erin McCarley “Good” Olivia Cipolla “Room Service” Sidnie Tipton “President” Cali De La Rosa “Summer Baby” Madeline Juno “No Words”  Read More →

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by Carly Schorman Senior Editor Max Knouse Dinasaur from Jensen If this is an audiobook, it’s the most beautiful audiobook ever. On Dinasaur from Jensen [sic], Max Knouse seems to follow a bit of the Jeff Mangum/Aeroplane Over the Sea approach to record-making by creating an elaborate and elusive narrative that plays out overRead More →

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It sure feels like we’ve been following Diners for quite some time. Back in 2012, we gave them the award for Best New Band and, since then, we’ve watched as the band continued to grow their sound (and fanbase) without losing the heartwarming innocence that stands at the core ofRead More →

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J GRGRY “eFlower” J GRGRY (pronounced Jay Gregory) is the brainchild of Seattle multi-instrumentalist Joe Gregory formerly of The Drama and Dolour. “eFlower” comes to us from his debut EP and deals with the artist’s struggle with addiction. Despite the somber topic, “eFlower” is an uplifting electropop number than will shake theRead More →

Daniel Morones He’s in the News Again L.A.-based musician Daniel Morones crafts orchestral indie pop. In fact, more than two dozen musicians appear on his latest release, He’s in the News Again. That’s an orchestra, right? The new album opens with “Straight Outta USA”, a short introduction, before the title trackRead More →