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Burn The Mainline
Nov - 06 - 15
Wastrels in a post-bootgaze power trio from Minneapolis. "Burn The Mainline" is a song of growing old but still maintaining childish spunk. Or at least that could be what they're speaking of. Many people just listen for the sick a.f. guitar tones that Wastrels lay down on this track. This song appea ...

Promised Land Sound

She Takes Me There
Nov - 05 - 15
Promised Land Sound emerged from the fertile Nashville garage scene—members have played with Denney and the Jets, members of JEFF The Brotherhood and Those Darlins, among others—but they have quickly evolved to deploy a more varied country, soul, pop, and psych palette. Following their 2013 debu ...

Tongues In Trees

Nov - 04 - 15
Samita Sinha, Sunny Jain and Grey Mcmurray met as a trio in spring of 2013. But the story of Tongues In Trees began in 2004, when Sunny and Samita had their first session in Sunny’s Harlem studio. Samita had just returned to New York from immersive study of Hindustani classical music in India, an ...

Born Ruffians

When Things Get Pointless I Roll Away
Nov - 03 - 15
RUFF, the newest album from Born Ruffians, is an exploration into self and aesthetics that you will want to tag along for. It’s a collection of scrubbed raw anthems that are defiantly optimistic, imaginatively arranged, and performed with a sense of bloodlust. In contrast to previous records from ...

Mapleview Lounge

That'll Do Charlene
Nov - 02 - 15
Mapleview Lounge has their hearts on their sleeves and music in the majority of their body parts, and this combination shows up loudly and proudly on "That'll Do Charlene." Clocking in at an economical under three minutes, punk rock fuses with synth pop, creating some sort of new genre that we can o ...

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