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The Death Set

Lite The Fuse
Mar - 05 - 14
Formed in Gold Coast, Australia this punk rock trio is ready to punch you in the face and take your lunch money. The Death Set creates a noisy electro-industrial sound that’s guaranteed to make the guy driving next to you roll up his windows. Listen to “Lite the Fuse” below.

Mas Ysa

Shame
Mar - 04 - 14
Mas Ysa, stage name of Canadian electronica artist Thomas Arsenault, has composed a tragic and haunting sound, perfectly demonstrated by today’s track, “Shame”. While definitely on the more avant-garde side of synth-pop, this track is vulnerable while still having a great dance beat. Listen be ...

Wye Oak

The Tower
Mar - 03 - 14
Baltimore-based duo Wye Oak knows what they're doing. On the first single from their upcoming album "Shriek," they prove their chops with undeniable chemistry and gorgeous instrumentation. The formula they use is simple, but effective, and it will be fascinating to see where they go next as artists. ...

Web of Sunsets

Wildflowers
Feb - 28 - 14
The collected efforts of three brilliant local musicians are paid off in full on the debut album by Web of Sunsets. Tinges of the group's other projects (Heavy Deeds, Is/Is, Robust Worlds) come together to craft a subtle, entrancing acid-country sound. This sound is exemplified by opening track "Wil ...

El Ten Eleven

Nova Scotia
Feb - 27 - 14
Computers? El Ten Eleven don't need no computers. With only two members, the Los Angeles-based instrumental group has become known for creating incredible soundscapes on stage using instruments that range from synths, to drums, to double and fretless basses, and so on. Check out Nova Scotia below, a ...

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