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Joywave

Tongues
Mar - 18 - 14
After several mixtapes of covers, original work, and remixes, Joywave has put out this latest effort with KOPPS. "How Do You Feel?" is their newest EP from this Rochester, New York 5-piece.

Chatham Rise

Autopilot
Mar - 14 - 14
Chatham Rise's music sounds primal, The bass' rhythm quickly takes control of the music removing any sense of place outside of it, providing a reference upon which float the layered guitar line, generous with delay, and trance like lyrics. “Autopilot” is a very fitting title. The music consumes ...

Travel Mugs

Trees
Mar - 13 - 14
“Trees” sounds like it belongs on the soundtrack to “Little Miss Sunshine,” if said soundtrack was about two college kids from Minneapolis making a band and road tripping up the north shore, as I'm fairly certain that process is exactly what these two musicians did in order to make their deb ...

Natural Child

Saturday Night Blues
Mar - 12 - 14
Replete with steel guitar, doubled vocals, and round robin solos, Natural Child reps their Nashville roots, as always, in “Saturday Night Blues”. Keeping true to the classic blues format, Natural Child has no problem interspersing lyrics that could make you cry with flawless guitar lines, and a ...

Pillar Point

Eyeballs
Mar - 11 - 14
Pillar Point's goal, it seems, is to layer a poppy dance electronica cake with moody sadness frosting. These themes are the specialty of Scott Reitherman, and should be extremely recognizable for those who are familiar with his work in Throw Me the Statue. “Eyeballs” focuses on the release one c ...

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